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3 hrs ago | St. Albert Gazette

Police Beat

Police are reminding St. Albertans to be wary of any phone calls they receive regarding a virus threat to their computer.

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7 hrs ago | St. Albert Gazette

Police investigating car fire

St. Albert RCMP are asking residents for any information they might have about a car that was torched last week.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Tweak program to work better

If the federal government's treatment of the temporary foreign worker program sets a precedent, then everyone in Canada should be forced to pay a tax evasion levy when filing their taxes, everyone in Canada should have their EI premiums cranked by 20 per cent to compensate for the deadbeats who have no business collecting it, and everyone in Canada ... (more)

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'I think something's wrong with your machine:' Couple wins $18.4M

Bradley Kelly and his wife Amanda Kelly speak to the media about their $18 million Lotto 6/49 win during a press conference, in St. Albert Alta., on Tuesday July 29, 2014.

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Commercial Construction Relies on ToolHound to Track and Manage Equipment Rentals

ToolHound makes quick work of billing for tool and equipment usage, externally and in-house for streamlined billing, operational efficiency and profitability ST.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Transparency a goal for new CFO

Keeping nothing in the dark is a top priority for the city's new general manager and chief financial officer.

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St. Albert Gazette

Work begins on grit interceptors

The St. Albert Children's Bridge is getting a double dose of interceptors this summer in order to help keep grit out of the Sturgeon River.

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St. Albert Gazette

Lecky wins singing contest

Singer-songwriter Stephen Lecky, shown during a retreat to India earlier this year, won the inaugural Bourbon Idol at The Bourbon Room in St. Albert.

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St. Albert Gazette

Shows keep painter busy

Artbeat Featuring Jerry Berthelette, Jean-Baptiste Frantz, Govrox and guest artist Andrew Raczynski The exhibit runs until Tuesday, Aug. 12 Centre d'arts visuels de l'Alberta 9103 95e Ave. in Edmonton Call 780-461-3427 or visit www.savacava.com for more information Andrew Raczynski has been on a bit of a roll lately.

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St. Albert Gazette

Two men caught in school break in

Two men will be facing charges of break and enter, possession of stolen property and possession of a controlled substance in connection with a break in at Leo Nickerson Elementary School.

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St. Albert Gazette

St. Albert duo takes third at K-Days Talent Search

Visitors seated at North Stage patiently waiting for Talent Search to begin stared at the clouds wondering if they were going to open up or blow over.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Edmonton Journal

Heavy rainfall warning issued for Edmonton

Headliner Corb Lund, who was scheduled to play Friday night, will instead play Monday, Six Shooter Records confirmed.

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5 things to do in Edmonton this weekend

Summer may be nearly half over , but there's still plenty of summer-y events coming your way.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Wings and beer fuel good political discussion

About 14 people turned up at the Celtic Knot Pub Monday night for the first ever St. Albert Poliwings event.

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St. Albert Gazette

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Whitecourt resident Judy Siegers exits the St. Albert Visitors' Welcome Centre on Thursday.

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Edmonton Journal

Western writer sure to win CBC non-fiction prize

Edging out 1,800 submissions nationwide, they are Sarah Habben of St. Albert, Jennifer Clark of Calgary, Brandee Eubank of New Brigden southeast of Edmonton, Patricia Webb of Port Moody, B.C., and Fort Smith's Patti-Kay Hamilton.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Artist digs into unique medium

In her Marketplace series, Gazette reporter Anna Borowiecki profiles interesting vendors she's turned up at the St. Albert Farmers' Market.

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St. Albert Gazette

Art bus ready to roll again

Schedule Saturday, July 26 12:30 p.m. - Pick up at Harcourt House, 10215 112 St. in Edmonton 1:00 p.m. - Art Gallery of St. Albert, 19 Perron St. 2:15 p.m. - Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists, 10123 121 St. in Edmonton 3:00 p.m. - DC3 Art Projects, 10567 111 St. 3:45 pm - VAA/CARFAC, 10215 112 St. 4:30 pm - Harcourt House 5:30 p.m. - Drop ... (more)

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St. Albert Gazette

Progress made on train whistle cessation

A new controlled crossing at Meadowview Drive is one of many steps required to bring in a train whistle cessation bylaw.

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St. Albert Gazette

Road warrior sets sights on LB's

At some point, all musicians slow down touring. But if you're Pete Turland, you keep pumping out the swing, rockabilly and blues grooves simply because you love it.

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