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October 3, 2012
Off and running
High Prairie St. Andrew’s School Grade 1 teacher Joanne Baird leads elementary students on the Terry Fox Run Sept. 26. Each year, the school holds the Terry Fox Run to raise money for cancer research and to get students to exercise. Elementary students ran inside the playground while junior and senior high students walked near the school. E.W. Pratt High School, Prairie River Junior High School and High Prairie Elementary School also held Terry Fox Runs. Money was still being collected at press time.
Boston Marathon, here he comes!
Craig Rederburg, at the age of 50, and after only two years of seriously devoting himself to long distance running, learned on Sept. 24 that he had officially qualified for the world-famous Boston Marathon.
People walk to raise awareness for FASD
Approximately 20 community members came out to walk for the 13th Annual Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Walk for Awareness on Sept. 26 to help raise money and awareness for those suffering from FASD.
Kapown offers unique approach in dealing with addictions
There’s a small 30-bed facility in Grouard that has been offering clients with addictions the help they have needed for a long time.
Construction at rifle range is dead on
The roof to the new clubhouse at the High Prairie Fish and Game Association’s Gun Club was carefully lifted off the ground and gently put on the four walls of the new building on Sept. 24.
News Room - Online
Horse Lake is out, Manning is in as NPHL plans season
The North Peace Hockey League will have a slightly new look this season.
How lucky you are
How to get rid of your sewage likely isn’t the best topic to read about over morning coffee.
Firearms safety lesson well-timed
The Canada Safety Council has issued its annual message about firearms safety, something everyone should heed.
Visitors since January 18, 2010!
My European pilgrimage
This past June I was fortunate enough to attend the 50th International Eucharistic Conference in Dublin, Ireland. This conference opened with approximately 15,000 faithful attending the opening mass celebrated by Cardinal Ouellette, a Canadian.
Spotlight: Boulet looking forward to new role as HPSD trustee
High Prairie School Division’s newest face on the board of trustees is excited about the opportunity to help shape the lives of students and contribute positively to the region’s public education system.
Spotlight: Outfitter, waterfowlers cross-promote
For Kevin McNeil, having the American media production company, Duck Dog Waterfowl, come to northern Alberta to do a show is very much welcomed, for they can cross promote their businesses.
Your Horoscope for the first week of October
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, you are ready to take a leap of faith, but make sure your parachute is on before you do so. Sometimes you tend to err on the side of risky.
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