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Students get head start on high school

Summer school used to be just for students who had fallen behind. Now it’s increasingly for those who want to get ahead. “It’s actually a phenomenal trend here in St. Albert,” said Randy Kozak, summer school principal at St.

Sturgeon paving way for 127 Street

A road that is likely years or even decades away from being built is causing Sturgeon County some more immediate headaches.

NASAP

Hello, my name is Jeremiah! I'm a handsome one-to-two-year old, orange and white tabby, neutered male cat. I was a stray that wandered onto the acreage of one of NASAP's volunteers.

Help needed identifying thief

The St. Albert Crime Stoppers Association is asking for your assistance in solving the following crime: On April 2, between noon and 1 p.m., staff at Mission Liquor Mart, located on McKenney Ave., reported a theft to the St. Albert RCMP.

Hardware humdrum at E3 2010

E3, the annual showcase for all things video games held in downtown Los Angeles, Calif., is usually packed with hardware and software innovations that leave gamers salivating in anticipation.

St. Albert's 150th to cost $1.7M

The Rendezvous 2011 committee plans to spend $1.7 million on the yearlong celebrations to mark St. Albert's 150th anniversary, despite not having all the funding in place.

Council pay dropped from review

Council has reversed course on a plan to review mayor and councillor salaries that was originally part of a wider review of staff compensation. Council salaries were dropped from the scope of the review Monday. Coun.

Lamb stall talk of the market

The St. Albert Farmers’ Market was and still is a favoured adventure destination for many. Sponsored by the St. Albert Chamber of Commerce, it hosts more than 250 vendors from across the province. Every Saturday until Oct. 9, St.

Group launches 'refine it where we mine it' campaign

Proponents of Alberta's Industrial Heartland are taking their campaign to the airwaves in a bid to get more bitumen upgraded in Alberta.

Mega-picnic planned

Margaret Plain hopes to break out the heavy artillery next summer to shoot the city into the picnic record books.