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Tragic tale of descent into evil

Tragic tale of descent into evil

Almost every child and adult has at some point delighted in Disney’s sanitized version of Peter Pan and his Neverland cronies. But what if this seemingly innocuous tale carries a darker, edgier message.

County Council

Fire ban Weeks after they were first introduced the county’s bans on fires and ATV use, remain in effect.
Alexander abroad

Alexander abroad

Kaitlin Arcand didn't go all the way to Costa Rica to monkey around, but the monkeys wouldn't take no for an answer. It was a hot day May 7 in San José and Arcand and her fellow students from Alexander had left to explore the local rainforest.

At City Hall

Playground funding On Monday, city council approved $256,602 to replace four school playgrounds. The playground dollars, funded through the city's community capital grant program, came a few weeks after council awarded other grants under the program.

Aboriginal soliders honoured for service

Not rain nor snow nor the complete absence of the recipients could stop Edmonton Garrison officials from granting two Alberta aboriginal soldiers a historic honour. Bombardier Kisha Potts and Master Cpl.

Human rights bill passes

The controversy over Bill 44 is overblown and will soon be forgotten, said St. Albert MLA Ken Allred after the controversial human rights amendment passed in the Alberta legislature. The bill passed third reading just before 1:30 Tuesday morning.

Residents happier with Servus Place - survey

Servus Credit Union Place has made slight gains in winning over the public, suggests the city's latest community satisfaction survey.

Help needed for Special Olympics

The highly anticipated Special Olympics in St. Albert are just weeks away and the organizers are anxiously asking for the public’s help. Of the 400 opportunities available, approximately 300 are still open.

Local Spotlight

Although the International Children’s Festival is folding its tents for the year, one show is a holdover. The St.

Mayor outlines downtown vision

The downtown of the future could be far different than it is today, according to a 30-point plan laid out by Mayor Nolan Crouse Monday night.