New Public Works Manager jumps right in

Owen Green is the new Rosthern Public Works Manager

Owen Green is the new Rosthern Public Works Manager

By Kate Kading

The second new Public Works Manager in less than a year has seamlessly taken over at the town shop in Rosthern.
Previous manager Jake Doran relocated to the United States with his family to accommodate his wife’s new job and the position has now been filled by Owen Green.
Originally from Vernon, BC, Green says he attended Civil Engineering Technology and GIS Certification at the Okanagan University College.

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Students gain knowledge of multiple careers and post-secondary opportunities

By Mackenzie Hientz
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Rosthern High School (RHS) presented its students with the opportunity to serioulsy consider what they want to do beyond high school  during a career fair on Thursday, November 24.
The event took place in the RHS gym and there were around 24 booths set up, featuring many professions as well as colleges and universities.

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RJC service education impacts students

Recently, Rosthern Junior College hosted the Mennonite Central Committee Saskatchewan AGM on campus. RJC and MCC have a long and vibrant relationship that extends out from the traditional classroom. MCC has been instrumental in helping RJC students experience active learning in many centres across Canada and in to Central America.

At the MCCSask AGM, RJC Grade 12 student Dante Regier shared his learning experience last year in Calgary with MCC Alberta during RJC’s annual ALSO program.

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VCA Lions provincial bronze medalists

By Wayne Shiels
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The VCA Lions boys volleyball team were gracious and competive hosts as they competed in the 2016 Provincial 3A Boys Volleyball Championships. For their efforts they were rewarded  with a bronze medal.
The Lions used a strong serve game and great play by their setter, Cole Ginther to take their first match 25-17, 25-22 over the Oxbow Black Knights, the tournament eventual gold medalists.

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Wheat Kings split pair of games

By Renay Kowalczyk

The St. Louis Arena was the place to be on Friday, November 25 as the St. Louis Blues and Rosthern Wheat Kings took to the ice in a Twin Rivers Hockey League matchup.
It was a fast paced, end to end game with great goaltending at both ends, that ended in favour of the Blues by a 3-2 overtime score.

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