Pimâcihowin 4Success Project underway at Beardy’s high school

Cst. Robin Cameron Education Centre students working on their first home being built under the Pimâcihowin 4Success Project.

Cst. Robin Cameron Education Centre students working on their first home being built under the Pimâcihowin 4Success Project.

By Rod Andrews

An innovative trades training initiative for students attending the Cst. Robin Cameron Education Centre (CRCEC) on the Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation has had high school students “out in the field” learning to build homes.

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Waldheim to gear up for growth by looking at town’s water supply

By Rod Andrews

The future of the water supply for the Town of Waldheim has been a big issue for years but now town council has set the direction it hopes will increase growth in the community by expanding the water supply.

And that will be by creating a new water supply based on ground water wells, says Mayor John Bollinger.

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Flu shots still available in Sask Valley area

By Rod Andrews

With the scare of epidemics in the air, seniors and others did not want to miss getting their seasonal flu shots when they were first available in the Saskatchewan Valley area, at Waldheim on Tuesday, October 14.

A number of other flu clinics in the Valley area have been held to date, while a number of clinics are still to be held, with people who have missed clinics in their home communities able to attend others in the rural area.

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New peace officer joins Twin Rivers District beat

By Rod Andrews

Christine Wollmann of Laird has joined the Twin Rivers District bylaw enforcement staff as a peace officer working with bylaw enforcement officer Ian Reiman to ensure bylaws in area communities are complied with by residents.

In uniform and driving the Twin Rivers enforcement truck when Reiman is not on duty or is on other calls, Wollmann is empowered to deal with any municipal bylaw infraction in the area she patrols as a recognized peace officer.

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First mock accident held for Hague High School students

By Rod Andrews

Emergency service vehicles belonging to the RCMP, Hague Fire Department and Hague First Responders rushed to Hague High School to attend an accident that appeared to have taken place on the street in front of the school on Wednesday, October 15.

High school students watched from the lawn in front of the school as firefighters kicked beer cans aside while others used emergency rescue tools to free victims of the accident from the vehicle.

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