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The new Peace River bridge opened to traffic for the first time at 1 p.m. on Nov. 8.
While there was no official opening ceremony, residents expressed excitement online that they would finally be able to drive across the river on the new bridge.
The Town of Peace River is launching their Adopt-A-Grandparent program again this year, but the program has been retooled for safety during COVID-19.
In an announcement, the Town says seniors in the community have had a uniquely challenging year with the pandemic.
COVID-19 did not stop the Peace River Royal Canadian Legion branch and the public from remembering its heroes Nov. 11.
A service was held at the Peace River Legion Hall with members inside and citizens in vehicles outside.
Peace River Glenmary School has abruptly cancelled all in-person classes and moved them on-line due to new COVID cases.
An emergency e-mail from Holy Family Catholic Regional Division Supt. Betty Turpin, and Glenmary principal David Amiot, was sent to parents and/or guardians the evening of Nov. 5.
The mystery of who dressed up the statue of 12-Foot Davis has been solved, and it turns out the culprit is a repeat offender.
The wooden statue of 12-Foot Davis, the iconic Peace River pioneer who made a small fortune in gold on a 12-foot wide claim and “never locked his cabin door,” was transformed into famous caped crusader Batman under cover of darkness the night before Halloween.