Hague Pharmacy grand opening

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By Alice Funk

There has been activity at the former Prairie Chicks building ever since the rumour mill notified everyone that the building had been sold. Word also had it, that the new owners were converting it into a drugstore.
Finally the sign appeared in front of the building saying that there would be a grand opening on Saturday, January 7 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.

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Duck Lake’s Citizen of the Year

 

Karen Gauthier accepts the Duck Lake Citizen of the Year award from Ed Pelletier, Duck Lake Lions Past President

Karen Gauthier accepts the Duck Lake Citizen of the Year award from Ed Pelletier, Duck Lake Lions Past President

The community of Duck Lake has come together to honour it’s Citizen of the Year for 2016 Karen Gauthier. Humbling was her first word after receiving the award, honoured was her second word.

Past President Lion Ed Pelletier presented the award to Karen on New Year’s Eve.

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Rosthern receives grant to upgrade ice plant

By Renay Kowalczyk

The Town of Rosthern is receiving a sizeable grant under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program (CIP 150) thanks to the grant writing ability of Recreation and Community Development Manager Andrew Crowe.
The Rosthern Jubilee Sports Centre will be getting a new ice plant as well as new lighting over the ice surface.

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Coming up at the Station Arts Centre

By Kate Kading

The new year is packed full of events at the Station Arts Centre and January always starts out with the Young Artists Program.
For five weeks, young artists take part in the history, theory, techniques and hands on learning of different artists, movements and designs, culminating in a huge gallery show in April.

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Large donation from Richardson Pioneer benefits Twin Rivers

Louis Perrin accepts a $25,000 donation from Ed Petit and Dale Zimmer from Richardson Pioneer - Carlton Crossing

Louis Perrin accepts a $25,000 donation from Ed Petit and Dale Zimmer from Richardson Pioneer – Carlton Crossing

By Kate Kading

Richardson Pioneer has donated $25,000 to Rosthern Fire and Rescue, directly benefitting everyone in the Twin Rivers area. The money was used to purchase brand new spreaders which are substantially better than what the squad had been using previously, and the remainder of the money will go towards the purchase of the new fire truck.

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