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Woman holds onto hope missing son will return Susan Thompson South Peace News Eight months ago, in the middle of December, 23-year-old Jordan Nahachick walked out of the Peace River Hospital. He has not been seen since. According to his…

Susan Thompson South Peace News More details of a dramatic arrest on the Peace River bridge have emerged in court. Mukhtar Ali was arrested at gunpoint by Peace Regional RCMP on Aug. 26. The arrest temporarily stopped traffic on Highway…

Richard Froese South Peace News Hunters will have plenty to see and buy at the annual Grimshaw Gun Show from Sept. 21-22. Excitement is building for the event at the Grimshaw Curling Rink. “We have another sold-out show,” says Jerrold…

Susan Thompson South Peace News Kyle Blais, who maintains residences in both Grande Prairie and McLennan, was in Falher provincial court on Sept. 5 facing accusations of sexual assault from the mother of his children and his former wife, Margaret…
Minister visits Falher during province-wide tour

Tom Henihan Express Staff Service Alberta Minister, Nate Glubish did a two-week tour of Alberta communities to meet with local people and discuss three principal topics: the Mobile Home Sites Tenancy Act , rural internet and registries, three topics that…
Local educator joins Ecole Providence teaching staff

Tom Henihan Express Staff Ecole Providence’s new Grade 5/ 6 teacher is certainly not new to the community. Alysia Sharpe is a long time resident of McLennan and has been a teacher for eleven years, the last two in High…

Express Staff Dialysis service is being extended at the Peace River Community Health Centre. Patients with chronic kidney disease can now have more days for appointments starting Sept. 3, says a news release from Alberta Health Services dated Aug. 29.…
Big turnout for RCMP Musical Ride

Susan Thompson Express Staff The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride returned to the Peace River fairgrounds on August 27. About 2500 people came out to enjoy the iconic Canadian tradition. The musical ride has been ongoing since 1876. It…
Be aware of school buses as students are back in class

Richard Froese For the Express Students are back on the buses in and class as motorists are reminded to drive safely. “When approaching a school bus – think about the students,” says Harry Davis, director of transportation for High Prairie…
MLA and minister all ears on farm safety Bill 6

Richard Froese For the Express Local farmers pitched in ideas as government drafts the new provincial Farm Freedom and Safety Act Bill 6. About 20 farmers and ranchers shared their views at a consultation meeting Aug. 23 in High Prairie…

Alberta Health Services September marks Alzheimer’s Awareness month, a time designated to raise awareness of the effects and signs of Alzheimer’s disease in our loved ones and what we can do to support them. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common…