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June 27, 2012
Va va voom!
High Prairie Liquor Store owner Boyd Gibb picked out a lovely summer dress to go with the pretty, red high-heel shoes during the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event on June 16. Gibb, despite raising enough money to forgo the shoes for some comfy sandals, stuck with his commitment and went the full mile in heels. Please see story and photos on page 11.
Councillors deny accusations from TPA's Padilla
Town of High Prairie councillors Michael Smith and Barry Sharkawi are denying accusations made toward them by the Power Alternative Inc. that they are not supporting their plans to build a biodiesel plant in High Prairie.
High Prairie or busk?
Super Saturdays may become a little more super if the High Prairie & Area Chamber of Commerce has its way.
Men don high heels for charity
Approximately 20 men donned stunning, red, high-heel shoes on June 16 to “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” and raise money for and awareness about domestic violence.
Events galore occurring at Triangle
If you’re wondering what to do this Canada Day, look no further than the Pioneer Thresher-men's Association grounds at Triangle.
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Baseball playoffs returning to High Prairie
The High Prairie peewee baseball division won the bid from Baseball Alberta to host the semi-finals on July 7-8.
Only slightly tongue-in-cheek
When we first heard of the federal governments attempt to get people moving to where the jobs are, we thought, "Good for you!’’
Journalism can be dangerous
The Watergate scandal turned 40 on June 18, at the same time as the website of the Global Investigative Journalism Network stated that nominations for the Daniel Pearl Award were being accepted.
Visitors since January 18, 2010!
Behave, Believe, and Belong
“I don’t belong in church. If I darkened a church’s doors, lightning would strike me,” I’ve heard said, and that joke has always made me depressed.
Spotlight: Elders an integral part of Aboriginal Life
For Elsie Stenstrom, being an elder is an honour and a privilege.
Spotlight: College played integral role during and after fire
When the May 2011 wildfires came towards Slave Lake, Northern Lakes College (NLC) employees swung into action and, say staff, became a stronger team than ever.
Your Horoscope for the fourth week of June
CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, explore new ways of doing things this week, especially in your professional life. There's always room to grow and a new perspective might make things easier.
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