UPDATE: October 8, 2019 – 3:15pm Peace River, Alta. – The RCMP remain on scene at the investigation into the…
Losing a baby is a tragedy most parents hope never to experience.
For those parents and their families and friends who are grieving a baby, the annual Walk to Remember events help bring awareness and extra community support.
Construction is essentially complete on the new Baytex Energy Centre in Peace River and the ribbon will be cut to officially open the facility before the end of October.
The new regional facility includes an NHL sized ice rink.
Since the Peace Country Sports Club publicly announced it will be closing its doors Aug. 31, the organization has been working to clear up its debts.
The club managed the Al “Boomer” Adair Rec Centre.
Will and Joan Petluk of P-Nutz Farm Inc. north of Nampa have won Farm Family of the year.
The Petluks are one of thirteen families in Alberta being recognized by the 2019 BMO Farm Family Awards.
Peace River students organized a walk in solidarity with global climate strikes Sept. 27.
Five students started walking downtown at about 12:10 p.m., and were joined by a group of people along the way.
Peace River’s pulp mill is working on improving its safety and possibly adding more satellite yards as part of the company’s ongoing development plans.
Mercer Peace River Pulp employs about 300 people in the Peace River area.
Golfers flocked to the annual Peace River & District Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament to enjoy some of the last golfing days of the year.
This year’s tournament was held on Sept. 13 at the Mighty Peace Golf Club.
A new air monitoring station has been installed on the Woodland Cree First Nation by the Peace River Area Monitoring Program [PRAMP].
Air monitoring in the Peace River area started in 2010 with a focus on hydrocarbon odours and emissions.
Delayed approvals from Alberta Environment and Parks that have been costing municipalities extra money were among the top concerns highlighted at a Peace River round table on red tape reduction.