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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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Great Plains College presents fall scholarships

Students who earned scholarships to Great Plains College’s (GPC) Warman campus were presented with their cheques at an award ceremony on Friday, October 13.

Warman Mayor Sheryl Spence, Great Plains College President David Keast, Kessler Agencies owners Vic Kessler and Richard Petkau presented scholarship cheques at the Great Plains College scholarship luncheon in Warman on Friday, October 13

A total of $19,000 in scholarships changed hands at the event, held at the Prairie Links/Legends Golf Club. Major scholarship sponsors included the City of Warman, Kessler Agencies, Warman Chamber of Commerce, Warman Home Centre and Saskatchewan Innovation and Opportunity Scholarships. Continue reading “Great Plains College presents fall scholarships”

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Escape plan highlighted during Fire Prevention Week

Government Relations Minister Larry Doke was joined by Sparky the Fire Dog and Grade 2 students from St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School to celebrate Fire Prevention Week at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building.  While there, the students learned about this year’s theme “Every Second Counts – Plan Two Ways Out!”

Fire Prevention Week activities were held in several communities across the province, including Martensville and Warman, where fire department open houses drew hundreds of residents.

Martensville firefighters douse a fire during a Fire Prevention Week demonstration event at the Martensville FIre Hall on Wednesday, October 11

“A fire can become life-threatening in less than two minutes,” Doke said.  “That is why it is important to plan two ways out of your home, so you can still leave quickly in the event one route is blocked.  Properly maintained and installed smoke alarms are also important since they can alert you and your family to leave immediately before the fire spreads.” Continue reading “Escape plan highlighted during Fire Prevention Week”

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