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St. Albert is a true service centre

When I was eight years old I wore two uniforms. The first was my Cubs’ shirt, which came with cap, neckerchief, woggle and eventually a plethora of badges for the various skills learned.

Albertans need to take action

Albertans, take arms, shoot off letters and make phone calls if you need replacement knees or hips or cataract surgery. Fire off letters, phone calls to your MLA, health minister and premier. MLAs don’t like meeting with you.

Residents care for others

This is a testament to St. Albert's neighbourly and caring attitude. After leaving the front door to my house wide open while on an errand, my wonderful mail-lady Shannon went above and beyond her duties.

Banning cellphones a safe decision

Strathcona County took aim at bad driving behaviour this week when council banned the use of cellphones while driving on municipal roads.

Constable has earned school's respect

I am currently in Grade 12 at Bellerose, and thus I have seen quite a lot of what goes on at this school over the past few years. However, none of this has had as much of an impact on me as a person as interacting with Const. Dave Henry has had.

Time to get involved

As a taxpayer, after reading articles in our local media, I find the following statistics very alarming. I wonder if any of my fellow taxpayers feel the same way.

Time to get involved

As a taxpayer, after reading articles in our local media, I find the following statistics very alarming. I wonder if any of my fellow taxpayers feel the same way.

Bullying has no place

Consider a typical high school boys’ locker room after gym class.

Attack research, not columnist

David Lloyd never said he was an expert, in his column on May 9 on climate change, but he does show how he arrived at his opinion. Why don't Messrs.

Potters sale a success

The St. Albert Potters' Guild members would like to thank the public for supporting our recent spring sale. The proceeds from the " soup bowl," $407, went to the St. Albert Food Bank. We also collected $596 from our platter sales.