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Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Saturday!
Edmonton police seize thousands in cash and drugs after lengthy investigation

Edmonton police seize thousands in cash and drugs after lengthy investigation

During the Sturgeon County search of a property and a vehicle, police located various drugs, weapons, ammunition, fraudulent identity documents and cash.
Friday numbers show three new COVID-19 cases in St. Albert

Friday numbers show three new COVID-19 cases in St. Albert

Another 15 people recovered in the city. There are currently 165 St. Albertans diagnosed with COVID-19, the fewest since Nov. 20.
Pfizer vaccine delay slows down Alberta's distribution

Pfizer vaccine delay slows down Alberta's distribution

Shandro said this will force delays in getting the vaccine out to Albertans. 
Enter Nisha, your new writer in residence

Enter Nisha, your new writer in residence

Edmonton's current poet laureate has a new gig to cap off all of her other current projects. She will be virtually accessible for the calendar year as the metropolitan area's regional writer in residence.
Coun. Natalie Joly on elevating the voice of St. Albertans

Coun. Natalie Joly on elevating the voice of St. Albertans

"This last year has really shown us the best parts of our community," Joly said
Shawna Randolph and Sean Burke launch online talk show

Shawna Randolph and Sean Burke launch online talk show

The two St. Albert colleagues and long-time friends are uniting their talents to premiere a new online talk show. Aptly named Talk Time with Sean & Shawna, it premieres Jan. 22, 2021 on St. Albert Today. 
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Friday!
Alert or outbreak: No more 'watch' status for Alberta schools

Alert or outbreak: No more 'watch' status for Alberta schools

The province has simplified the way it is describing COVID-19 levels in schools.
11 new COVID cases, 27 recoveries in St. Albert on Thursday

11 new COVID cases, 27 recoveries in St. Albert on Thursday

Recoveries climbed from 1,564 to 1,591.