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Dec. 8, 2010
“All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth!”
The High Prairie Municipal Library held its Christmas Party Dec. 5. Lorrel Stout, above, and Jerry Stout provided the live music and took requests.
Two boys, who both recently lost their front teeth, wanted to hear the classic Christmas song. Stout complied but only if the two boys joined her on
stage and they did! Eight-year-old Mackenzie Kasinec, centre, and Kyle Calahesin, 4, joined Stout by singing the classic song.
Council offers 20 acres for biodiesel plant
To entice Stan Peacock to build his proposed biodiesel plant locally, the Town of High Prairie is prepared to offer 20 acres of land in two parcels,
in the west end industrial subdivision.
Police are out in force for Christmas
For many people, it’s time to make plans for Christmas parties – and it’s also time for a friendly reminder not to drink and drive.
Fire department logs "normal month" - chief
The High Prairie Fire Department had a pretty normal month in September, says fire chief Ken Melnyk.
Festival of Trees highlights dazzling Christmas display this week at hospital
The popular Festival of Trees at the High Prairie Hospital is back after a one-year hiatus because of the H1N1 flu.
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HPFC Elder's Banquet celebrates 30 years of excellence
Two Elders who put their heart and soul into High Prairie Native Friendship Centre affairs were honoured at the 30th annual banquet Nov. 26.
A ‘Crown’-ing sensation in Kinuso
An American-based basketball team, the Harlem Crowns, invaded the Kinuso School gym Nov. 25, going head-to-head with the
Kinuso Fallen Angels in comedic basketball action.
Red-hot Regals show no mercy
The smoking hot High Prairie Regals ran their winning streak to six games last week and scored an incredible 30 goals in the process.
New legislation drives home clear message
Some will curse and whine about the devastating loss of liberty and freedom.
Provincial: Good intentions, bad results
Baby Frankie won’t stop crying. The house smells like diapers. Son Bobby brought home his report card. His teacher wants to have a
meeting to talk about his poor performance. Daughter Angela is practically in tears. She says kids are picking on her at school.
Visitors since January 18, 2010!
Re-test when re-newing driver's licence
There I was, sitting in the middle of an intersection in St. Albert, at a solid green light, waiting for the oncoming vehicle to turn right before I could make my left turn.
Life's Like That: Trying to De-Scrooge
November breezes in with the promise of the holidays and the time to have everything accomplished. By mid-November I’m biting my nails and as
the end draws near I’m wondering what the heck happened to a whole bloody month and cursing Christmas in general.
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