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Chris Clegg South Peace News A fine start to the NPHL season for the High Prairie Regals came to a thundering halt last week. The club suffered back-to-back losses and while one may not have been a surprise, the other…
Defending champs lose season openers

  Raiders, Saints discover repeating may be difficult Chris Clegg South Peace News The Smoky River Junior High School Basketball League Boy’s Division defending champs were soundly defeated by a team that aspires to take back its crown. The Prairie…
Korols grateful for community support

Richard Froese South Peace News A couple who lost all their possessions when their home was destroyed by fire has received another major donation from a service organization. Fred and Lyla Korol accepted a cheque of $500 from the High…

Richard Froese South Peace News High Prairie Business Support Network has changed its regular sessions to once every two months instead of monthly. Participants were surveyed in October after attendance fell recently at the sessions organized under Community Futures –…
Zirka Dancers resurrect adult group

Richard Froese South Peace News Adult dance has returned to the Zirka Dancers of the Ukrainian Cultural Society of High Prairie. “We have been offering it every year but this has been the first time in at least five years…
The Page – November 29, 2017

Here is a Tip of The Page Hat to all the volunteers who put together the High Prairie Light-Up this past Friday evening. Weather was a bit nippy, but warmer than in year’s past. So that might have helped the…
PIC – Neighbours helping neighbours

People gathered at the Elks and Royal Purple Community Hall in McLennan on Nov. 11 for the annual Remembrance Day service. Following the service, three members of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets Squadron No. 539 and one member from the…
Obituary – Kenneth Murray Brian Rouse

In loving memory of Kenneth Murray Brian Rouse, beloved son, grandson, brother, husband, father, grandfather, and uncle, who passed away Nov. 17, 2017, at the High Prairie Health Complex in High Prairie, with his family by his side. Ken was…

Pastor Luc Portelance, High Prairie Victory Life Church First of all, I thank God for His great love towards us and, secondly, that He has placed His love in our hearts. According to Romans 5:5, “The love of God has…
MLA’s Report – Road to recovery begins in earnest

Danielle Larivee, MLA, Lesser Slave Lake I have been proud to watch Premier Rachel Notley travelling across the country over the past couple weeks to speak to national business and political leaders on the importance of pipelines to tidewater and…

RE: Letter to the editor: Jeff Hattie, Nov. 15, 2017, South Peace News You did and said a lot of things right in your letter. But, you never mentioned what Fred Trump was wearing when he got arrested. It is…

Jeff Burgar Every so often, we would get a phone call or a personal visit from one of our business people. He would say, “Hey, I’m having a big sale. Write up a story about it! And it should be…

Jeff Burgar Remember telephone party lines? Party lines are from the good old days. If you lived in a rural area, you shared your telephone line with people up and down the road where the telephone line went. In past…
Meet the area’s newest graduates

SPN Staff The Building Environment Aboriginal Human Resource Environment Monitoring Program is a community-based culturally relevant and nationally recognized program. The training provides students with an opportunity to work on existing community concerns and development projects. It involves networking with…