Two years after ground was broken to mark the start of construction, Lake Vista Elementary School and Ecole Holy Mary School are now officially open in Martensville’s newest residential neighbourhood.
A grand opening ceremony was held Tuesday, September 19 at the school’s large shared gymnasium.
Two plaques marking the occasion were unveiled and a ribbon was cut by dignitaries with the aid of students from both schools.
Provincial Energy and Resources Minister Nancy Heppner, who is also the MLA for Martensville-Warman, said the schools fill a vital role in the growing city. Continue reading “Lake Vista Elementary, Ecole Holy Mary schools officially open”→
The Delisle Rebels cruised to a 49-0 win over the host Martensville Royals in the first-ever night game at Wilson Field on Friday, September 8.
The opening game of the season for both teams couldn’t have been played in more perfect conditions. A huge crowd, balmy temperatures, manicured field and ten huge floodlights provided a movie-set atmosphere for the Friday Night Lights match-up. The only flaw in the script, from the Royals’ point of view, was the score.
The Rebels got on the board first with just over three minutes to go in the opening quarter when quarterback Colton Noel connected with receiver Oakley Durham for the first of his two touchdowns on the night. The Rebels spread the scoring around, with Brant Wiebe, Will Major, Ryan Olson and Brett Paulhus also registering majors in the second and third quarters. Continue reading “Rebels, Royals kick off new season under the lights”→
The City of Martensville has officially endorsed in principle the draft Partnership for Growth (P4G) regional plan.
Martensville city council adopted a resolution to that effect at its regular meeting on Tuesday, September 5.
Martensville is one of five municipalities within the P4G partnership. The others are Warman, Osler, Corman Park and Saskatoon. Similar motions of endorsement of the P4G plan are expected to come before these councils in the coming weeks.
“It’s been a long process,” said Martensville Mayor Kent Muench in an interview following the council vote. “There have been a number of open houses, people have seen the land use map and the regional plan, and there’s been a lot of discussion on this.
“It’s never an easy thing to have five diverse municipalities all working together to achieve mutually-beneficial goals, and I think we’ve achieved something very substantial here.” Continue reading “Martensville endorses P4G draft regional plan”→