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Young driver raises funds for childhood cancer research

Sixteen-year-old Dakota Wollf of Warman is raising funds for the Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation in memory of the late Haylee Wall of Warman

Sixteen-year-old Dakota Wollf of Warman has been driving for 13 years, but she just got her driver’s license about a month ago.

And so far, no speeding tickets.

“I have a lot of respect for the rules of the road,” said Dakota, one of the youngest drivers in the Sportsman class at the Wyant Group Raceway. “A regular car doesn’t have any roll cages.” Continue reading “Young driver raises funds for childhood cancer research”

Tribute paid to long-time leaders of Warman Seniors Centre

Peter and Mary Guenther were honoured for their years of service at the Warman Seniors Centre on Thursday, July 26

After 16 years at the helm of the Warman Seniors Centre, 87-year-old Peter Guenther is stepping down.

On Thursday, July 26, over 100 people turned out to the seniors centre to honour Peter and his wife Mary for their many years of service to the community. Continue reading “Tribute paid to long-time leaders of Warman Seniors Centre”

Twin City U16A Angels heading to national championship

The Twin City Angels are gearing up for the national U16A girls national softball championship tournament in Winnipeg August 15-19.

The Angels punched their ticket to nationals after winning a silver medal in the provincial championship in Regina in mid-July. Continue reading “Twin City U16A Angels heading to national championship”

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