On January 23, 2020, Alberta Fish and Wildlife concluded a two-year undercover investigation focused on the trafficking of fish in northern and central Alberta.
Just days after the opening of the new Sunrise Medical Clinic, protestors were marching in front of it Jan. 22 to oppose what they say are provincial government cuts to health care.
After over 15 years of hard work and advocacy by local doctors and municipalities, Peace River has a new medical clinic.
About 50 people attended a ribbon cutting and took guided tours at the grand opening of the Sunrise Medical Centre on Jan. 20.
The popular Carnaval de St. Isidore returns Feb. 14-16 for the 38th year.
Francophone culture comes alive with a variety of activities and colourful performers at the St. Isidore Cultural Centre organized by the Society of the Culture Community Centre.
The South Peace News is a a print publication that has been operating out of High Prairie for 57 years…
Bankrupt oil and gas companies who have stopped paying their property taxes have become a major problem for Northern Sunrise County.
But a recent Supreme Court decision against the county could have major implications for municipalities in the same situation across Alberta.
Two Peace region volunteers received awards for being star volunteers at a ceremony at Alberta Government House on Dec. 5.
The Stars Of Alberta Awards recognizes extraordinary Albertans for their outstanding volunteer contributions to their communities.
Many local children will receive toys thanks to the generosity of shoppers at Red Apple stores in High Prairie, Falher and Peace River in the annual toy drive that ended Dec. 7.
A special leadership team is inspiring students in local Catholic schools.
A NET ministries team served in St. Andrew’s School from Nov. 21 to Dec. 8.
Newly-elected MP Arnold Viersen is promising to work for the betterment of all sectors of the economy.
“I will continue to fight for forestry, farming and the oil and gas sectors that are the heartbeat of our communities,” he says.