The bride and groom started married life in handcuffs. The couple, still dressed in a gown and a tuxedo, was arrested Saturday night after a post-wedding brawl broke out at Denizen Hall. Matt Machado watched it all go down at the downtown bar near Rogers Place. It started, he said, when about nine members of a wedding party walked in at around 10 p.m. He said it was like a scene from the Wild Wild West. "They're getting drinks, they're just really, really super banged up," he said.
When Mary Grams lost her diamond engagement ring in the garden in 2004, she thought it was gone for good. This week it was found on a carrot, plucked from the soil on the family farm. "I recognized it right away," she said. Grams, 84, said she thinks she lost the ring while pulling a large weed from the garden in September 2004. "We looked high and low on our hands and knees," she said. "We couldn't find it. I thought for sure either they rototilled it or something happened to it."
Two workers were taken to hospital Saturday morning after shelving units stacked with lumber fell and trapped them inside a northeast Edmonton building supply company. Fire officials were called to Windsor Plywood at 52nd Street and 128th Avenue around 10 a.m., when front desk staff heard a commotion and called 911, Edmonton Fire Rescue District Chief Brain Lees said. "There were approximately four to five sets of shelving that have come down with a heavy amount of wood.
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Selecting a term
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