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April 23, 2014
He did it again!
Cribbage players know how rare it is to be dealt the perfect 29 hand. However, Alvin Meneice has accomplished the feat twice. On April 3, Janis Bloom dealt Meneice the perfect hand. It’s the second time Meneice has been dealt the perfect hand since moving to Pleasantview Lodge. Meneice’s first 29 hand was on Jan. 6, 2011 when Peter Kushner dealt him the perfect score. The odds of being dealt a perfect hand are one in 216,580.
Council announces 2014 grants
Grants of more than $230,000 have been doled out to community groups by the Town of High Prairie.
Speed limits to be reduced
Just as spring arrives and children head to local playgrounds, motorist will have to soon slow down.
Council lobbies for increased health services
After a High Prairie town councillor last month spoke with government ministers about added health services and transportation issues, council has further pushed for more action.
Minor baseball to open season May 6
A new executive is in place sparking a renewed enthusiasm as High Prairie Minor Baseball prepares for a new season.
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Something pays off
In years past the Fraser Institute rankings of schools in Northern Alberta, and in particular in the Lesser Slave Lake region, were almost always pooh-poohed. Critics said they didn’t properly measure. They didn’t take into account the particular “demographics” of our region or the North. Etc., etc., etc.
Yet another conspiracy theory
There are many unsettling aspects to the case of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 that disappeared on March 8 with its 239 passengers and crew members.
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