High Prairie and areas BEST news source! Top News this week, August 27, 2014

logo
Home - Archive - Classifieds -
Obituaries - Area Guide - Community Calendar - Contact Us
Smoky River Express Lakeside Leader
High Prairie, Alberta

Home


Classifieds

Local Classified Ads

Weather

Local, National, and International Weather

Community Calendar

Find Out Whats New Around The Town Of High Prairie





Missed Last weeks paper? Then, click HERE


August 27, 2014


High Prairie onward and upward!

Construction of new buildings and recreation facilities continues in High Prairie. New businesses have opened and others have relocated to new premises.



Centennial train mural set to unveil Aug. 30

A large colourful mural downtown High Prairie to mark 100 years of the first train to arrive by rail in High Prairie will be unveiled during a ceremony Aug. 30.


Street work starts with project fast-tracked

Work to upgrade 49 Street downtown High Prairie got off the ground Aug. 19, six weeks after the project was initially scheduled to start.


Town adopts three-year business plan

Eager to improve the Town of High Prairie, council has adopted a three-year business plan with priorities, strategies and activities.


Dinner with Danielle costs mayor her own dime

Dinner with the provincial Opposition leader to discuss local issues has cost the High Prairie mayor almost $150 out of pocket

News Room - Online Archive




Relling and Turcotte tops at High Prairie Open

Jordan Relling won the menís championship and Kassidy Turcotte the womenís title at the 46th Annual High Prairie Open at High Prairie and District Golf Course on Aug. 16 and 17.




Time flies when having fun

ďI like thinking big. If youíre going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big.Ē


The last good country

Tooling along the north shore trail last week on a borrowed ATV last week, I started thinking about things. The Heisenberg Principle, for example, which probably has nothing to do with human interference with nature, but in my mind at least can be applied to it.


Faith inspiring hope

Recently news articles revealed that suicide among soldiers, firemen, policeman and seniors has reached epidemic numbers, suicide is generally considered a result of no hopeful future.





Spotlight: ATV safety urged Labour Day long weekend

Have a good time but be safe.


Spotlight: Lake Stewardship and management workshop coming to Slave Lake

The Alberta Lake Management Society and the Lesser Slave Watershed Council are pleased to announce they will be holding the 21th annual workshop in Slave Lake, on September 26th-27th, 2014.


Your Horoscope for the fourth week of August

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Big ideas sweep in this week and leave you with a lot of inspiration, Virgo. Don't get too lost in fantastical ideas, though. Wait a little bit before finalizing plans.





Photo Gallery Archive


Subscribe to South Peace News




Search the Web


South Peace News is a Member of the CCNA and the AWNA

Copyright © 1999-2011 South Peace News. All Rights Reserved.
No part may be reproduced without written permission.

View our Privacy Statement.
Send website suggestions to the Webmaster

South Peace News Counter
get a free hit counter
Provided by website-hit-counters.com .
Visitors since January 18, 2010!