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Junk Yard Robotics benefits from grant

Ryder Bergen drives his car down the ramp, which was part of an obstacle course, during the Junk Yard Robotics competition at Warman High School on February 3

The Junk Yard Robotics program got an extra boost in its funding after receiving a $5,000 grant from the Prairie Schools Foundation on February 3. Continue reading “Junk Yard Robotics benefits from grant”

Diary of Anne Frank a poignant story of courage, compassion

Anne Frank (Grace Flegel) talks with Peter Van Daan (Connor Hamelin) in the Martensville High School production on stage this week

“For more than two years, we have lived in fear,” says Otto Frank when he hears news of the Allied invasion of Normandy in June, 1944.
“Now we can live in hope.”
Ironically, that hope was short-lived. Continue reading “Diary of Anne Frank a poignant story of courage, compassion”

Maddogs conditioning camp gives kids a leg up on season

The Martensville Maddogs pee wee and bantam teams are part of the Saskatoon Minor Football spring program and Kinsmen Football League fall tackle programs

Members of the Martensville Maddogs bantam football team should be ready to tackle the new season in the spring, thanks to a twice-weekly conditioning camp this winter. Continue reading “Maddogs conditioning camp gives kids a leg up on season”

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