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Eight per cent of sports fans are drunk, says study

Eight per cent of sports fans are drunk, says study

Did you have a good time at the Continental Cup? That might be because eight per cent of you were drunk. The Continental Cup curling championship wrapped up Sunday at Servus Credit Union Place.

County fire chief hangs up his gear

Ending a nearly four-decade career in firefighting, Sturgeon County's first fire chief Bart Clark took off his boots and hung up his hat last week.
City takes first step toward historic label for spruce forest

City takes first step toward historic label for spruce forest

St. Albert took the first step toward designating the white spruce forest a municipal historic resource Monday by formally agreeing to notify the property owner of this intention.
Avenir, sports village take small step forward

Avenir, sports village take small step forward

Developers of two neighbouring projects that contain two former landfills in St. Albert's northwest corner won't have to clean up the dumps before being proceeding with land-use changes.

School district seeks to improve student literacy

Students in the St. Albert Protestant school system will get a more balanced approach to literacy this year thanks to cash from the province.

Fatality inquiry begins into foster girl's death

A fatality inquiry got under way this week into the 2006 death of a 13-year-old girl who died shortly after she left a Morinville-area foster home.
Survey says Servus Place a hit

Survey says Servus Place a hit

Satisfaction with Servus Credit Union Place is at its highest level since the facility opened but customers still want improved change rooms, larger fitness facilities and more program options.
Business Beat

Business Beat

Popular American department store chain Target announced Thursday it has purchased the option to acquire leasehold interests in up to 220 Zellers locations in Canada but it’s too soon to tell if the St. Albert location will be affected.

Unique divorce practice all about the children

Collaborative practice is a unique approach to solving disputes and can be especially beneficial for children when their parents are divorcing says Michael C. Good, a registered collaborative family lawyer who works in St. Albert.

Not all the facts are out, cautions detachment head

St. Albert RCMP detachment head Insp. Warren Dosko said Friday not all the facts are out about the case of a St. Albert man ticketed for operating his ATV while clearing snow, but to reveal any more would threaten the man's legal rights.