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Olympia Trencevski, general manager at the St. Albert Centre, has accepted a new position in Edmonton and will leaving St. Albert later this month.

Put me in coach … I'm ready to play

If, as you’re reading this, you sense that I’m preoccupied, it’s because I’m trying to prevent my throat from constricting as I write. You see, I’ve just completed a sample session with life coach Lisa Hänel of St.

Realtor dollars put away for SAIF keeping

Thanksgiving came a little late on Thursday as representatives from 30 Capital region charities happily accepted $300,000 worth of grants from the Realtors Community Foundation. One of the beneficiaries was St.

Students wade into hurricane relief

New Orleans was already wrecked the first time I ever laid eyes upon the city. It was five weeks after hurricane Katrina had decimated the historic city and surrounding Gulf Coast communities.

Former transit director honoured on refreshed building

After existing for a year in temporary trailers, St. Albert Transit staff and officials celebrated the grand opening of their newly renovated transit facility Friday afternoon.

Court Briefs

A man being sentenced for another in a long string of thefts asked the judge to give him stricter probation conditions so he could stay on the right track.

No answers in two-year-old homicide

A two-year-old investigation into the death of a young St. Albert man who was killed outside an Edmonton liquor store has failed to lead to arrests, although police are still encouraging the public to step forward with tips.

More jail for child sex abusers

Sex offenders will spend at least 30 days behind bars if they prey on children, under a proposed new law, a penalty St. Albert's member of Parliament says will keep kids safe.

Workplace safety needs work, says AFL

The Alberta Federation of Labour (AFL) released a 10-point plan yesterday on how they would like to see workplace safety improved in the province just as the Alberta government unveiled a few more initiatives of its own.

Alberta Digest

There were no free gifts or freebie trips in 2009 for local MLAs Ken Allred or Doug Horner, according to member’s public disclosure statements, released by the Officer of the Ethics Commissioner last week.