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Bruderheim Council Votes to Put Off Decision on Junior A Hockey

In a unanimous vote, Bruderheim Town Council has decided to hold off making a decision on bringing in a junior A hockey team for at least one year. Brian Brown and Ron White, of Western States Hockey League, brought forward a presentation to council at a special meeting May 2...

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Free park N ride returns for Canada Day celebrations

It's time to celebrate the country's 152nd birthday and for Fort residents that means not having to drive. With many cities/towns celebrating in their own way, the Fort returns this year with another big musician hitting the stage; Doc Walker. Opening act Jesse Roper will ...

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Community raises more than $3000 for SYNC program

The fundraiser was held at the Station Square Co-op in Fort Saskatchewan earlier this month. The Seniors and Youth Networking Communities (SYNC) program has Grades 5 and 6 students from SouthPointe School, James Mowat Elementary and Fort Saskatchewan Christian School visiting...

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Handcuffed for Hospice fundraiser surpasses goal

Many Fort Saskatchewan residents were arrested earlier this month. Handcuffed for the Hospice fundraising thermometer. Photo supplied. The second annual Handcuffed for the Hospice fundraiser hosted by the Heartland Community Hospice, took place on May 9. It also happened t...

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Bring it On: The musical to hit the Sherwood Park stage

Students will bring competitive cheerleading to the stage this week. Bev Facey Community High School students will bring their adaptation of the classic teen comedy Bring it on, to life on stage May 21 - 23. Those in the school's performing arts program will show the audie...

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Bruderheim awarded thousands of dollars in donations towards local initiatives

When it comes to supporting town initiatives Bruderheim volunteers do not mess around. The resulting efforts of countless volunteers and organizations over the past two years were realized earlier this month. On Saturday May 11, an emotional Mayor Karl Hauch proudly led the ...

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Salisbury Comp to perform Disney’s Newsies next week

Students in the performing arts program will hit the stage May 13 - 16. Their adaptation of the cult-classic musical film, Disney's Newsies will show the crowd a world of corporate exploitation in turn-of-the century New York City. Jack Kelly is a young newsboys and leads ...

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