Northern Sunrise County has joined Birch Hills County, Saddle Hills County and the County of Grande Prairie in declaring an agricultural disaster for local farmers.
A lot more people have been eating at the Peace River Community Soup Kitchen.
The soup kitchen has been providing free community meals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays since 2007, but only started tracking how many people were using the service a few years ago.
Susan Thompson South Peace News The Peace River MLA who introduced the “conscience rights” bill has been seeking support for…
Northern Lakes College celebrated long- serving and retiring employees at the college’s annual Long-Service Awards Night in Slave Lake on Oct. 23.
The evening celebrated a total of 425 years of combined service among all recipients, says an NLC news release dated Oct. 23.
Two prototype shelters must be removed from downtown Peace River after an appeal of the decision was denied.
The mobile shelters were built by the PurpleRung Foundation, founded by Brent Taylor of Gun-Shy Investments and his partner, Trudy Plazier.
With his first bill, Peace River MLA Dan Williams has reopened the controversial debate on “conscience rights” in Alberta.
Williams introduced Bill 207, the Conscience Rights [Health Care Providers] Protection Act on Nov. 7.
Despite expensive damage to trails from past heavy snow, the Peace Valley Snow Riders are riding on.
The club promoting responsible snowmobiling by building scenic trails presented an update at the Peace River & District Chamber of Commerce general membership meeting Nov. 6.
Water from the Town of Peace River is now flowing west to Dixonville and surrounding areas.
“This is a great moment for our municipalities, especially County of Northern Lights. We now have potable water in Weberville, Warrensville and Dixonville,” Reeve Terry Ungarian says.
Former NDP Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd has accepted a new government post as a director of the Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation.
***CORRECTION: This story states that the permit was granted by Town Council when it was actually granted by the Town’s Development Officer. We apologize for the mixup.