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Breast Friends row for science

Local dragon-boaters and scientists have busted a myth about plane rides, swollen arms and breast cancer.

Volunteers

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City to loan money for playground project

The City of St. Albert will loan $16,100 to a parent group from Bertha Kennedy School to pay for the completion of a new playground that opened last year.

Rescued dogs need homes in Capital region

The newest residents of the Edmonton Humane Society (EHS) came a long way to get there, but not from the most pleasant circumstances.

Reward fund swells in first few days

A reward fund announced Monday for information in the McCann missing persons case has swelled to more than $30,000 and donations continue to pour in. The family announced the fund on Monday in partnership with the City of St. Albert.

Volunteers

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Cops seek witness in parking lot brawl

Police are looking for witnesses of a fight outside a local bar that left one man with a broken leg. The fight outside Friday’s Lounge in the Campbell Business Park took place between 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7.

Take back the street, says Deer Ridge

Citizen patrols, locked gates and better lights were just some of the ideas Deer Ridge residents had this week as they met to fight crime in their neighbourhood.

Children of the future

It might be disconcerting to witness the sight of dozens of preschool-aged children armed with barbecue tongs and roaming around an unsuspecting neighbourhood in Sturgeon Heights.

Illegal dumping creates eyesore

Delinquent dumpers are making life miserable for administrators and neighbours of Albert Lacombe School, as the school’s refuse bin was filled to overflowing during the summer break.