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April 16, 2014


Who says play is easy?

Cealey Herr, 2 1/2, crawls through part of the obstacle course during the Little Bunnies Easter Hop April 10 at High Prairie Bethel Baptist Church. Making the task a little more difficult is the Easter Egg she is carrying. Little Bunnies is one of many programs hosted by the High Prairie and District Children’s Resource Council.



Town council passes operating budget

Property taxes in High Prairie may remain at current levels after council adopted an operating budget of just under $9 million for 2014.


Nobody does it better

About two dozen citizens in High Prairie and area were thanked for a job well done at the High Prairie Volunteer Appreciation Banquet April 7 at Smitty’s Restaurant.


Water, gas fees expected to rise

User fees for water and gas are set to rise in High Prairie as council commits to reducing taxes.


A new way of justice

Healthy relationships and restorative justice were promoted as key pillars to help control crime during a daylong forum April 9 in High Prairie.

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Rich man, poor man

It looks like there won’t be any push to lower High Prairie taxes.


When reality and fantasy collide

We all like to be entertained. We all enjoy a good laugh. We all like to escape from the realities of our dog-eat-dog world, kick back and relax.


Salt and light

In Matthew 5:13-16, we are told that we are like salt and we are like light.





Spotlight: Better access to education promised

Northern Lakes College and six other post-secondary educational institutions signed an innovative Memorandum of Action at Keyano College in Fort McMurray on March 25, intended to improve access to post-secondary education delivered across Alberta.


Spotlight: Auctioneers busy as farmers sell out for retirement or go in new directions

Whether it’s an inability to pass on the farm to the next generation, or just scaling back operations and going in different directions, many farmers in the Peace Country have decided to sell all or most of their equipment – and are calling on the services of companies like Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers.


Your Horoscope for the third week of April

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, you may need to come up with some new ways to show your affection, as your old ways are starting to fall short. Look to Leo for inspiration.





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