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Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2008. Scott writes about the arts, entertainment, movies, culture, community groups, and charities. He also writes general news, features, columns, and profiles on people.

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Recent Work by Scott

Authors turning kids' heads with new books

Authors turning kids' heads with new books

Kathy Kelley and Jen Lavallee will both be doing readings during the children's festival.
Impaired driving is a preventable tragedy

Impaired driving is a preventable tragedy

MADD can help you deal with the tragedy of impaired driving.
Spoken-word stars

Spoken-word stars

Reading on stage to a crowd isn't for the faint of heart. These young poets boldly shared their verses and turned into spoken word artists.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings
Organizers, mayor excited to welcome Rainmaker back

Organizers, mayor excited to welcome Rainmaker back

The community event is the city’s signature festival, offering a midway fairground with carnival rides, nightly concerts, and the ever-popular rodeo.
Carter Savoie signs entry-level contract with Oilers

Carter Savoie signs entry-level contract with Oilers

The young St. Albert native has shown a lot of promise on the ice.
Plant that yard; Eat that yard

Plant that yard; Eat that yard

Growing your own food is the new big thing in gardening, stemming from many people's concerns about food security during the pandemic.
Museum seeks stories of the Slavs for expanded exhibit

Museum seeks stories of the Slavs for expanded exhibit

Do you have a story to share about your Eastern European heritage? The museum wants to hear from you.
At Your Service: Food Bank gets booster from spring drive

At Your Service: Food Bank gets booster from spring drive

Kaleo Collective had a record number of children participate in its Mother's Day event this year.
Hey thief, smile for the camera

Hey thief, smile for the camera

The St. Albert RCMP detachment has established its Voluntary Surveillance Camera Registry, which can be a valuable tool in helping officers solve crimes in the community.