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Local firefighters fired up about fundraisers

Usually when you see firefighters on the roof of a building, it's because there's an emergency. That could be said next month when some of St. Albert's own spend three days atop fire station No. 2 in an effort to save lives.
Crime by the numbers

Crime by the numbers

A review of recent crime at a weekly meeting at the St. Albert RCMP detachment yields no major surprises, but many small clues.
NASAP

NASAP

Hello, my name is Dora! I’m a sweet little two-year-old spayed female cat. I have a black coat with three patches of white on my chest and tummy.

Court Briefs

A man who tried and failed to lie about his identity was sentenced last week to the 28 days he had already served in jail. Rupinder Parhar, 27, pleaded guilty Jan. 31 to one count of obstruction and two counts of failure to attend court.
'True lady' of Bruin Inn remembered

'True lady' of Bruin Inn remembered

Bernice Hauptman always had one thing to say to anyone who knocked on her door, say her friends: "Sit, have some tea.
Gifted blossom at different pace with new program

Gifted blossom at different pace with new program

With more natural lighting filtering in and objects displayed at a child’s eye level, the gifted and talented Kinderstart class at Sturgeon Heights School looks and feels a little different than traditional classrooms.

Farm Focus

Canada’s grain inspection agency wants to quadruple many of its fees, a price shock a major wheat grower’s association says farmers shouldn’t have to bear.

Seniors' club executive director steps down

After more than four years at the helm, Leslie MacEachern the executive director of the St. Albert Senior Citizens’ Club, resigned her post this week.

Volunteers

Want to volunteer and give back to the community, but don’t know how to get involved? The St. Albert Community Information & Volunteer Centre has many volunteer opportunities to choose from and can help find the right fit for you.

Weather puts freeze on home buying

Harsh January weather brought harsh real estate figures in St. Albert, where sales activity for single-family homes took a 29 per cent dip compared to the same month last year.