Monthly Archives: November 2013

Another Peace Country Comic Artist

The arts are everywhere in the Peace Country, from acting to sculpture.  Comic book artists are in the mix as well, and although they are harder to come across, our region can boast of at least two. On this blog, … Continue reading

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Monster Grizzly Myth

It’s not completely untrue, just most of the details. If you are at all interested in hunting, or have friends who are, you may have gotten an email about a monstrous grizzly shot in the Saddle Hills near Woking.  The … Continue reading

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Weekend Weather

We had a nice weekend here in the Peace Country, a couple of days to send out any snowmobiles kept in rooftop sheds to shovel off the moose and dig out any vehicles marked with flags on ten foot poles. … Continue reading

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The Original Ice Road Trucker

If you love watching Ice Road Truckers – and who doesn’t like to confront their worst nightmares from a safe, warm distance – you’ll want to take note of this: Alex Debogorski, first season favourite on the reality tv show, … Continue reading

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Grande Prairie’s Role in World War II

Remembrance Day might be over and your poppy respectfully removed from your left lapel, but the history we are supposed to remember doesn’t exist only in the sombre ceremony of the November 11ths of each year. It is easy to … Continue reading

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