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October 15, 2014
Great day for a run!
Keira Allan, 10, of Joussard, shares some hugs with a few of her friends at High Prairie FireChase on Oct. 5. Bertie the Beaver, left, and Sparky the Fire Dog share good times with Allan. The A&W Root Bear arrived later. Please see results on page 12 and more photos next week.
Town argues proposed policing costs
Fearing the Town of High Prairie could be charged for paying more that $500,000 in annual police costs, council has taken a strong stand against it.
Dinner with Smith not 'partisan politics' - Elections Alberta
Two months after High Prairie town council denied to reimburse the mayor for hosting the Opposition Leader, advice from Elections Alberta has led council to pay the mayor’s bill.
Museum showcases the arts and music
Art and music was in the spotlight as High Prairie celebrated Alberta Culture Days from Sept. 26-28.
Expert speaker to offer business strategies
Steps to attract, retain and motivate [ARM] employees will be presented when the High Prairie and Area Chamber of Commerce celebrates Small Business Week, Oct. 19-25.
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PRJH team places 5th at Peace Zone Golf Tournament
Twenty schools came together on Sept. 29 for the 11th annual Junior High Golf Zones.
One thing you can say about Amiro’s Restaurant owner Barry Sharkawi is he wears his colours well. If he believes in a cause or political party, he will support it with relentless and passionate pursuit.
Only 1 true Canadian league
I do not usually rush to the defence of professional athletes. For the most part, they are a bunch of spoiled brats, coddled by the media, too eager to kiss their behinds to protect their cushy jobs and inflated egos. Plus, these media darlings watch a pro game for free while other patrons sit in the stands seeing their hard-earned dollars go out the window by supporting a far-too-often perfect product.
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