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Richard Froese South Peace News The High Prairie and Area Chamber of Commerce has set its focus to stimulate the economy and the region. It’s part of the vision in the strategic plan adopted by the executive. “The High Prairie…
Artifact-of-the-Week July 13, 2016

The High Prairie and District Museum has several pieces of equipment used by farmers many years ago. The steel bit above was donated by Mrs. Ernie Fevang in 1979 and found on their farm. It is estimated it was used…
Looking Back – July 13

1913: The East Prairie River Bridge washes away. 1969: The K&W Saints defeat the High Prairie Regals 3-2 in the final of the Regals Baseball Tournament. It’s the first two-day baseball tournament in High Prairie in 14 years. 1980: The…
Sherkawi returned as president

Richard Froese South Peace News Progress and partnerships are top priorities for the High Prairie and Area Chamber of Commerce next year. That’s the word from Tracy Sherkawi who was re-elected president at the annual general meeting July 6. “In…

Chris Clegg South Peace News A gunshot was fired during a family dispute in Joussard July 9 with the victim recovering in an area hospital. Faust RCMP responded to a call at about 7:30 p.m. for help in relation to…
PIC – Swoooosh!

Santana Supernault, 6, of Grouard, enjoys cooling off at Canada Day celebrations at Joussard July 1. The water was supplied courtesy of the Joussard Volunteer Fire Department.

Richard Froese South Peace News One of two hosts of the popular Canadian TV show Canadian Pickers is coming to town this fall. The High Prairie and Area Chamber of Commerce will welcome Sheldon Smithens as the guest speaker at…
PIC – New medical clinic in town

Construction has started on the new Peavine Professional Building west of the new High Prairie Health Complex. The building is being developed by Peavine Metis Settlement to accommodate local physicians.

Jenny Dlugosz was born on Dec. 27, 1966. She passed away on May 5, 2016 at the age of 49 years. Jenny was born in McLennan and lived on the farm in Guy for three years. She moved to High…

Following are the results of Dolphins’ swimmers at the Valleyview Vipers Swim Meet July 2 Swimmer Event Time Fin Georgia Haas Girl’s 6 & under 25-M flutter 1:07.01 6 Georgia Haas Girl’s 6 & under 25-M back 1:34.30 6 Georgia…

ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, take a more serious approach if you want others to give your ideas more thoughtful consideration. Devote more time and attention to work and other necessities. TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, put your…
A journey for healing and hope

Richard Froese Spotlight Tradition and respect for roots of First Nations culture and past were celebrated as generations departed Driftpile in the 16th annual pilgrimage to Lac Ste Anne. “We had close to 70 travel in the wagon train, from…
PIC – Peavey Mart progresses

The framework progresses during construction of the new Peavey Mart in the East Gate retail development. Peavey Mart is scheduled to be opened in the fall 2016 as the anchor tenant of the complex that will eventually cover five acres.

Commentary by Katrina Owens Something absolutely dreadful happened last week! My beagle almost died! OK, perhaps died is an exaggeration but she did still become violently ill. Why you may ask? Because I turned my head for a millisecond, and…

by Jeff Burgar Seriously, which excites you more? An offer of $25 million for a Kanye West – Kim Kardashian sex tape, or Jason Kenney saying he wants to be Alberta’s premier? Please, be honest! You may very well ask,…
Biggest, best Swan River Parade ever!

Bright, sunny skies greeted hundreds of spectators along Main Street in Kinuso July 1 to watch the Swan River First Nation Canada Day Parade. Dozens of entries from floats, riders, bikes and antique vehicles paraded by, delighting many by tossing…