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Ring road work in full swing

Earthmoving equipment and bridge pilings will continue to be a fixture on St. Albert's southern boundary as construction moves ahead on Anthony Henday Drive.
School Notes

School Notes

The Protestant school board is projecting a $1.78 million deficit in its 2009/10 budget. The deficit will be offset by reserves. The board passed the budget at its public meeting Wednesday evening.
This PARTY isn't fun but it's important

This PARTY isn't fun but it's important

The underlying principle of the PARTY program is to help teenagers guard themselves from unnecessary injury. That’s right in the name: Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth.
Robot with a heart

Robot with a heart

Some people say the days of smart action movies about robots are so 1984. Those people are mostly right. The last one that even tried was I, Robot and that movie stunk like a mouldy CPU.
Ron Hodgson keeps engine revving

Ron Hodgson keeps engine revving

St. Albert’s GM dealership isn’t going anywhere, except to a new location … some day. GM Canada informed dealers last week whether or not their franchise agreements would be renewed.

Neighbourhood plan almost ready

A new development in the annexed lands called Erin Ridge North may be one step closer to happening, but the city still has some lingering reservations.
A small part of something big

A small part of something big

To the outsider, it might be just another elementary school, just an acre or two of land in the Sturgeon neighbourhood of St. Albert's Public School system.

Province targets graduation rate

The provincial government announced $4.2 million in new money this week to help school boards get more students into a cap and gown come graduation day.

ESSMY club dances for Oxfam

The students of Ecole Secondaire Ste. Marguerite d'Youville (ESSMY) are kicking up their heels for a post-rodeo dance-off, all to support the school's Oxfam club.

Library makes summer reading fun

Part of the St. Albert Public Library will become a deserted island this soon. That’s because it is once again promoting literacy by hosting its annual Summer at the Library reading programs for patrons.