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Looking Back: 10 years since Jasperites dominated 24 Hours of Adrenaline in Canmore

Jasper’s Source for Sports team captured first place in the five person competition in the 2010 competition for the second year in a row with 25 laps.

Looking back: 10 years since the Pyramid Stables explosion

File photos, Jasper Fitzhugh Ten years ago, a catastrophic explosion destroyed the staff accommodation building at Pyramid Riding Stables, sending ten people to hospital. It was July 17, 2010, at about 11:20 p.m.

A century of service: Jasper Legion celebrates 100th anniversary

To celebrate the 100th anniversary, the Legion is holding a Gala/Mess Dinner on November 2 Fuchsia Dragon | [email protected] Jasper’s branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has been at the heart of the community for 100 years.

Mayor Richard Ireland to seek re-election

Mayor Richard Ireland confirmed he will seek re-election as mayor if he is nominated. P. Clarke photo. After months of speculation Mayor Richard Ireland confirmed he will run for re-election if he is nominated.

Man charged for leaving dog in hot vehicle

RCMP Const. Patrick Vallee responded to a call for a dog locked inside a hot truck on July 31. C. Gilbert photo A 46-year-old man faces charges under the Animal Protection Act after leaving his dog unattended in a hot truck on July 31. Around 6 p.m.

Playgrounds temporarily closed

Several playgrounds and parks will be temporarily closed for maintenance, according the municipality’s website.

Tour of Alberta announces race route

Parks Canada/O. Robinson photo In less than a month’s time some of the best cyclists in the world will descend on Jasper to compete in the first stage of the Tour of Alberta on Sept. 1.

Waterton Lakes temporary closed over the weekend

Waterton Lakes National Park had to temporarily close its gates and turn visitors away after reaching capacity on Aug. 6.

Council mulls over new name for municipal park

Council will decide on a new name for the exchange lands on Aug. 15. P. Clarke photo.

Municipal bylaw infractions on the rise

The municipality’s bylaw enforcement unit has issued 601 tickets and 697 warnings through the first seven months of the year ending July 31. P. Clarke photo.
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