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Morgan Jayne's name dedicated to clinic in Roatan

The namesake of a young woman has already helped to raise thousands of dollars to help the plight of babies at risk of contacting AIDS, is being adopted by a clinic to help young families ravaged by drugs.
    The Morgan Jayne Project is now over two years old, the main focus of the project has been to supply formula to babies hoping to break the chain of transmission of the disease between mother and child.

Catholic school passes first hurdle on narrow vote

st-as.jpgCouncil gives green light to zoning change


St. Anthony's proposed new K-12 school passed another hurdle at Town Council on Tuesday, September 2.
    Councillors passed the re-zoning application from Christ the Redeemer School Division by a narrow 4-3 margin, allowing the development to proceed.
    The school division needed the application to receive Council approval or the school could not be built on the 12 acre site on North Dinosaur Trail.
    The present St. Anthony's School's four acre site in east Drumheller is 50 years old and does not provide room needed for present and projected student enrollments.


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