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Inflation index questioned

The city is touting a new method to track the inflation of its expenses, but one expert suggests such methods can be a way for municipalities to defend tax increases at budget time.
Local grad hits high notes

Local grad hits high notes

Quick.

Production delivers spooks and humour

Andrew Lloyd Webber is the quintessential 21st century composer, and it’s a pretty safe bet his name will live on in the pantheon of music alongside Stephen Sondheim and The Beatles. Webber’s music is challenging.
Locals oppose power line

Locals oppose power line

City and county residents mobbed an open house on the Heartland Transmission Project this week as they lobbied hard to keep a proposed power line out of their backyards.

Business Beat

Legal Super Mart to hold grand opening The grocery store formerly known as the Legal Co-op will hold a grand opening Sunday under its new name — Legal Super Mart. A trio of Edmonton businessmen officially took over the store June 8.

Business Beat

Legal Super Mart to hold grand opening The grocery store formerly known as the Legal Co-op will hold a grand opening Sunday under its new name — Legal Super Mart. A trio of Edmonton businessmen officially took over the store June 8.

Crown rests in Lupyrypa trial

The trial of Barry Lupyrypa, a former Sturgeon County council candidate, accused of assaulting a Morinville police officer, got under way last week, three-and-a-half years after the incident.

Correction

In the Gazette story “Ballet and martial arts mix in Mulan” on Saturday, June 13, the names of Ashlyn Sirdiak and Katrina Sha were misspelled. The Gazette regrets the error.

Missing murals can't be found

Where has all the art gone? No one knows, after city staff discovered earlier this month that 12 of the city's paintings had vanished without a trace.

Grant helps Alexander kids SNAP

The Alexander school is set to test-drive a world-famous program meant to help troubled boys stay out of jail. Alberta Education officials announced last week that it had awarded the Society for Safe and Caring Schools and Communities $1.