Back with a bang! After a one-year hiatus, the Peace River Santa Claus Parade returned Nov. 26 with the help…
Action at the Peace River Agricultural Society Peace Mud Bog and Fair 2021 July 24-25 was enjoyable for those attending. Both events were well-attended. Mud Bog had lots of other activities. On July 24 they had an open air market.
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The Town of High Prairie, along with several counties and municipalities in Northwest Alberta, is working with Canadian Fiber Optics, a rural Alberta-founded company, to apply for a grant to connect….
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.
Misery Mountain ski hill has an updated multi-year lease with the Town of Peace River.
Town council approved the terms of the lease at their regular meeting Aug. 24.
The Town of Peace River and its regional neighbours have officially signed the agreement to collectively host the Alberta 55+ Summer Games in August 2021.
The Town of Peace River, County of Northern Lights, M.D. of Peace, Northern Sunrise County, and the Town of Grimshaw, will work together to host events including athletics track and field, bocce, contract bridge, cribbage, military whist, floor curling, cycling, floor shuffleboard, golf, 8-ball pool, horseshoes, slo-pitch, soccer, swimming, tennis, pickleball, and crafts and photography.
Free Wi-Fi service is being offered to students of Northern Lakes College.
The drive-up Wi-Fi service at NLC campuses launched June 1 to help students learn during the COVID-19 pandemic, states a news release June 1.
Richard FroeseSouth Peace News The popular North Country Fair near High Prairie planned for June 2020 has been cancelled to…
Town of Peace River residents may remember the KFC site was developed with the current use back in 1968, and was originally home to a restaurant called Chicken Village.
Francophone culture was in the spotlight at the 38th annual Carnaval de St. Isidore on Feb. 14-16.