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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.

No need for another wheat board audit

Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz is sanctimoniously outraged over the fact the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) reported a miniscule loss in their contingency fund due to the global market meltdown. Of the record $8.

Health Monitor

Product warning An unauthorized health product found on the Canadian market contains a chemical with no therapeutic use that can cause serious health problems.