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Where's the fire?

Where's the fire?

How's this for a daydream: you're sitting in English class, bored, wishing that something exciting would happen, when a distress call comes over your emergency radio (besides being in high school, you're a part-time firefighter.

Morinville fires CAO

Morinville’s chief administrative officer was fired last week, but councillors behind the decision are providing little insight into their rationale. Milad Asdaghi, the town’s CAO since spring 2007, had his contract terminated last week.

Soldier killed near base

A 12-year veteran of the Canadian military was killed last week in a traffic accident just outside the Edmonton Garrison. Master Cpl.

Crown drops appeal in froshing cases

The Crown has dropped an appeal against two sentences that were handed to two St. Albert teens in last's year froshing incidents. A total of 14 teens were charged last summer after several froshing incidents.
Business incubator marks 20 years

Business incubator marks 20 years

St. Albert's Northern Alberta Business Incubator celebrated its 20th anniversary Thursday. The business development organization has graduated close to 90 businesses and won several awards for excellence since its inception in 1989.

Double Header at Fort Edmonton

Nowhere is artistic expression more profound than at the local grassroots level. It is a remnant of ourselves. It is who we are. The next generation of talent is constantly mining new ideas from old concepts.

Put your memory to the test

Brain health is the catch phrase for a Canadian agency that seeks to improve life for the elderly.


Volunteer and enrich your own life and your community. The St.

World biking couple about to roll into St. Albert

’Around the World in 1,000 Days’ would be a good title for the story of Andrew and Friedel Grant. The Canadian couple quit their jobs, sold their house in the United Kingdom along with everything in it and set off on an epic road trip.

Larger library embraced

The board in charge of the St. Albert Public Library has officially thrown its support behind the mayor’s vision for a new civic building downtown. On Thursday, the board announced it preferred Mayor Nolan Crouse’s idea for a 60,000-sq.