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Wednesday | St. Albert Gazette

RV repair shop ready to roll

RV mechanic Mitchell Grondin has opened his own repair shop, Sturgeon RV Ltd., in St. Albert's Riel Business Park.

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Wednesday | Edmonton Journal

A field guide to the mall-photo Easter Bunny

One-year-old Nolyn Healey wants nothing to do with getting his photo taken with the Easter bunny at West Edmonton Mall on Friday, April 11, 2014.

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Wednesday | St. Albert Gazette

On Tap

The finals in the 51st annual Edmonton and area Tournament of Champions start tonight at 7 p.m. at Jasper Place Curling Club.

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Wednesday Apr 16 | St. Albert Gazette

Hicks and Wright to headline Rainmaker concert

Rising country music star Tim Hicks and hall of famer Michelle Wright will perform at this year's Rainmaker Rodeo.

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Wednesday Apr 16 | St. Albert Gazette

St. Albert's speed limits need attention

Read with great interest your editorial on some of the ridiculous speed designations in St. Albert.

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Wednesday Apr 16 | St. Albert Gazette

The extraordinary sex life of the common mallard

Mallards are one of North America's most recognizable ducks, with males easily recognized by their green heads, brown chests and white collars.

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Wednesday Apr 16 | St. Albert Gazette

Leboeuf motors to victory

It's a big race,' said the happy King of the Road champion after darting across the finish line in 53 minutes and 44 seconds Sunday.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Legion T-Bird moved

The fighter plane in front of the St. Albert legion is lowered onto a flatbed truck for a move to a spot behind the Hemingway Centre downtown.

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St. Albert Gazette

Story Image

As one of Edmonton's finest jazz vocalists, Barbara Meyer is probably one of the area's best-kept secrets.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

Edmonton Journal

Mouthwash, toilet paper and pop bottles - the stuff of science fairs

Tejkaran Brar, 12, from Aurora Charter School, compared fructose and glucose and the effects they have on the body for his Edmonton Regional Science Fair project.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Business for all ages

With an aging population on the rise in Alberta and across the globe, successful entrepreneurs must re-think their ways of attracting customers.

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St. Albert Gazette

Artists get busy

St. Albert is well known as a city of artists and there are many painters, potters, sculptors and others who have been very busy lately.

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St. Albert Gazette

Five teachers vie for provincial honour

Alberta Education released its list of semi-finalists for the 2014 Excellence in Teaching Awards last March 28. Five of the 130-some educators on it teach in St. Albert.

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Edmonton Journal

Do new federal ridings mean new political fortunes in Alberta?

In March, Edmonton Centre candidate Lewis Cardinal became the NDP's first 2015 candidate, a sign that the riding's demographics and politics are shifting, he said.

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St. Albert Gazette

Hats off to volunteers

Saturday marks the end of National Volunteer Week, which celebrates volunteers everywhere.

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St. Albert Gazette

Tracking system applauded by St. Albert

The issue of domestic violence, especially the most serious cases that end in death, had a light shone on it last week when the provincial government extended a program designed to track offenders.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

CBC News

Students helped by gay-straight alliance in St. Albert school

The school with the first gay-straight alliance in St. Albert believes the student-run club is making a difference.

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Edmonton Journal

Q & A with Michelle Doyle, Edmonton's new chief Crown prosecutor

Edmonton's new chief Crown prosecutor is Michelle Doyle, a veteran lawyer who has handled some of the province's highest-profile cases.

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Thu Apr 10, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Ryan to belt out hits for hospital fundraiser

Here's to the Ladies Who Laugh Saturday, April 12 at Doors at 7 p.m. Show 8 p.m. ATB Financial Arts Barns 10330 - 84 Ave. Tickets: $27.

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St. Albert Gazette

Gazette snaps up industry awards

St. Albert Gazette photographers received top honours and honourable mentions in the Local Media Association's 2013 editorial competition, and the newspaper itself was ranked among the top in North America.

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