A grassfire near Cathedral Bluffs on the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River on Monday, April 8 caused some anxious moments for residents of the hamlet before it was extinguished by firefighters from Warman and Osler. Continue reading “Warman, Osler firefighters subdue wildfire near Cathedral Bluffs”
It’s amazing what you can find if you climb high enough up your family tree.
Warman Community Middle School (WCMS) Grade 7 student Kaitlyn Soles discovered that her great-great-great uncle, Robert Leith Hanbidge, served as Saskatchewan’s 12th Lieutenant-Governor from 1963 to 1970.
And if being the Queen’s official representative wasn’t impressive enough, how about the fact that he was also one of the original Saskatchewan Roughriders? Robert Hanbidge was a member of the 1911-13 Regina Rugby Club (which eventually became the Riders). Continue reading “WCMS students dig up their roots for Heritage Fair”
About 100 Grade 10 students at Warman High School earned their certification in First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) this past week. Continue reading “High school students learn basic First Aid, CPR”