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Rosthern building for the future with new projects

The new, expanded Cervus building is under construction in Rosthern

Rosthern residents have grown accustomed to hearing the sounds of heavy machinery around town this winter.

“I don’t think the community has ever seen this value of construction in the coldest months of the year ever before in its history,” said Rosthern Mayor Dennis Helmuth. “There are two very large projects on the go right now. It’s very exciting and I think it bodes well for the future of the community.” Continue reading “Rosthern building for the future with new projects”

Construction begins on new Rosthern K-12 school

Premier Scott Moe is joined by students, town and school division officials at a sod-turning ceremony for the new K-12 school in Rosthern September 27

Construction of a new K-12 school in Rosthern officially got underway on Thursday, September 27 when Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe joined with school division and town officials to break ground on the $11.5 million project. Continue reading “Construction begins on new Rosthern K-12 school”

Valley Action Abilities new group home opens in Rosthern

Biggar-Sask Valley MLA Randy Weekes (left to right), Valley Action Abilities (VAA) Board Vice-Chair Robert Regier, Rosthern Mayor Dennis Helmuth, VAA Executive-Director Cameron Nicolle and Sask Association of Rehabilitation Centres Executive-Director Amy McNeil cut the ribbon with the help of residents Larry and Walter

The grand opening of its third group home in Rosthern on Thursday, July 26 marked a major milestone for Valley Action Abilities (VAA). Continue reading “Valley Action Abilities new group home opens in Rosthern”