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Telemiracle 44 showcases local talent

Several young performers from the region will take the stage at Telemiracle 44 in Regina March 7 and 8.

Berkley Dereniwski  of Warman will be among those featured in the ‘Countdown to Telemiracle’ show leading up to the main broadcast; while Amy Blom of Vanscoy, Jazlyn Olivia  of Corman Park, and Charley Victoria Anderson-Reid of Dalmeny are on the main stage during the televised show. Sam Derbawka of Borden, a member of the Troy Wakelin Band, will be performing during the ‘Overnight’ segment of the broadcast. Continue reading “Telemiracle 44 showcases local talent”

Doubling of federal gas tax fund delivers boost for municipalities

Warman is receiving an extra $450,000; while Martensville is getting an additional $490,738 and the RM of Corman Park is receiving an extra $531,314; from the federal government under the Gas Tax Fund (GTF) for infrastructure priorities like roads, wastewater and recreation.

The two cities, along with other area towns, villages and RMs, are among the Saskatchewan communities receiving additional GTF payments this year. Continue reading “Doubling of federal gas tax fund delivers boost for municipalities”