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Warman RCMP searching for missing youth

Breanne Moose
Breanne Moose

Warman RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a youth who has gone missing.

Breanne Moose, 14, was last seen leaving a residence between Martensville and Warman on Sunday, October 15 at approximately 11:00 pm. Investigation by police so far has failed to locate her. Continue reading “Warman RCMP searching for missing youth”

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Burst water pipe causes flooding at Martensville City Hall

A burst in a water pipe in the main mechanical room at Martensville City Hall on Saturday night, October 14, has caused major flooding to the entire building.
Martensville City Administratators are now working to implement a contingency service plan so they can continue to operate efficiently, and so that residents will not be overly impacted.
Shortly after 8:00 pm on Saturday, October 14,, the City’s security alarm system notified management of an issue occurring at the building. As soon as possible, a team of managers attended to City Hall to find water throughout the main floor of the building
Steps were taken to mitigate the source of the problem: water was immediately shut off, power to the building was cut, the door was opened to release some of the water, and steps were taken to ensure the environment would be safe throughout the night.
Managers gathered at City Hall early Sunday morning, October 15, to assess the damage. Continue reading “Burst water pipe causes flooding at Martensville City Hall”

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Students get a taste of trauma during emergency simulation

There’s something called the ‘stupid line’.
If you cross it, you’re running some pretty big risks; with potentially life-changing consequences.

Martensville First Responders assess the patient’s condition at the scene of a simulated medical emergency at Martensville High School on Friday, October 13

“The stupid line separates safe and healthy from injured or killed,” said Kaitlyn Kwasney, an educator with the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) program. “It’s all about making the right choices.”
Grade 10 students at Martensville High School (MHS) got a taste of the trauma ward on Friday, October 13 during a day-long series of workshops with emergency responders. Continue reading “Students get a taste of trauma during emergency simulation”

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