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Internet killed the video game star?

It’s being called the console killer, the next generation of video game systems that will allow people to access top-end games without the need of an expensive console or PC with a high-grade graphics card.

Weird Science

Angels and antimatter Angels and Demons gets a lot of its science right, says a local physicist, but we shouldn’t worry about antimatter blowing up the Vatican anytime soon.

Volunteers

Do you have some time to make a difference in someone’s life, while making a difference in your own? The St.

Charges stayed against elderly sex offender

A third trial against Anton Paul Rapati will not go ahead after the Crown decided to stay the charges against the 86-year-old man.

Court Briefs

A 21-year-old who landed on the wrong side of the law twice this year will pay for his crimes through his wallet.

Court Briefs

A 21-year-old who landed on the wrong side of the law twice this year will pay for his crimes through his wallet.
Resource officer puts 40-asset program in action

Resource officer puts 40-asset program in action

Before he gets to Bellerose Composite High School's front door, resource officer Const. Dave Henry is dealing with the day's first issue. A 15-year-old student took her mother's car keys this morning, which she has done before.

Housing starts to fall short of last year

Housing starts in the Edmonton region in 2009 will fall below 2008 levels, predicts the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) in its spring market outlook.

School Notes

Sturgeon student off to nationals A Grade 12 student from Sturgeon Composite High School is off to a national skills competition after becoming the Alberta champion last week.
Just an ordinary day for local artist

Just an ordinary day for local artist

It’s tempting to use the phrase “renaissance man” to describe the artist whose works are now showing at Art Beat. That would only be half correct, though. Renaissance works but Bev Bunker is no man. The St.