Anthony Ogg, 4, and his sister, two-year-old Faith, sit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Anthony says he wants a helicopter for Christmas, and Faith wants a doll. Many children had their pictures taken with the merry old couple at the fire hall on Nov. 23. This was part of the annual Winter Light-Up held that evening. Hundreds of people lined the street in front of the Town office for the parade. Santa and Mrs. Claus were the last to arrive. For the finale, the Christmas lights that Public Works Staff strung in trees along the main street were lit up.
Fire destroys senior’s home
Jean Reid has to rebuild her life after a fire gutted her house.
Well done, High Prairie!
Over $13,000 was raised at the annual High Prairie Lions Club TV/Radio Auction, says one of its volunteers.
Near-empty shelves need filling
The High Prairie and District Food Bank Society serves many families at Christmas time, and this year is no exception.
Nothing to fool around with
Students at St. Andrew’s School and High Prairie Elementary received a lesson in being cautious with energy.
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Regals come up ‘short’ in loss to Flyers
A win over the Valleyview Jets and loss to the Fort St. John Flyers have left the High Prairie Regals atop the North Peace Hockey League’s East Division after play last week.
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