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December 17, 2014
A little dab will do ya!
Amber Brown, 11, of High Prairie, diligently works on her gingerbread house during the High Prairie Municipal Library’s gingerbread house decorating contest Dec. 13. Nine teams were given a gingerbread house and plenty of candy to decorate. Anyone can go to the library and vote for their favourite gingerbread house until Dec. 20. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams.
Physicians feel shut out
Local physicians in a High Prairie private clinic feel shut out after Alberta Health Services will not allow them to practice inside the new health complex.
Beautification loses appeal; future Light-Ups in jeopardy
The long-term viability of the High Prairie Christmas Light-Up celebration is in jeopardy after the High Prairie Community Beautification Association lost its appeal with the Albert Gaming and Liquor Commission.
Wellness clinic opens, boosts services
First of its kind in Alberta, the High Prairie Health and Wellness Clinic has opened to meet the growing health needs of the region, with results to recruit more physicians and medical professionals and enhance emergency services.
High Prairie Police Cadets back in full force
Youth are connecting and respecting police and colleagues as High Prairie Police Cadets is back in full force.
News Room - Online
Raiders sweep crosstown rival Saints
Not so fast!
The circle of life, sort of
It’s one of those perverse, upside down rules of the oilpatch and Alberta that when things look good, they also look bad.
I was Binged!
Lately, the blue screen of death is attacking me.
Visitors since January 18, 2010!
Christmas and New Year vibrations
From the onset of December, people begin to create the awareness of the festivity of the Christmas event through decoration of houses with flowers and glittering lights, shopping and planning how to celebrate it.
Spotlight: Second World War veteran celebrates his 96 birthday
Still strong of voice and agile in memory for a man of his years, Paul-Emile Maison- nevue was born on a sawmill site about 3 km from Donnelly, in 1918. Both of his parents were from Quebec but they first met while crossing on the Edmonton – Strathcona ferry. They married at St. Joachim’s Roman Catholic Church in Edmonton in 1906.
Your Horoscope for the third week of December
SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, you tend to get restless with routine, so take some time to switch things up this week. Take a different route to work or school. Otherwise, make new friends.
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