A multi-purpose recreational facility that would include a second indoor ice surface for Martensville is feasible, according to a report presented to Martensville City Council on Tuesday, November 6. Continue reading “Martensville multi-purpose facility feasible, says study”
Shaelagh Stephan, a student at Martensville High School (MHS), won a Bronze Medal at the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) in Ottawa earlier this year.
Her achievement was recognized in the Saskatchewan provincial Legislature on Monday, November 5. Martensville-Warman MLA Nancy Heppner drew attention to the MHS student’s CWSF award and offered her congratulations. Continue reading “Martensville student wins national science fair award”
The Martensville Royals’ playoff drive hit a brick wall last weekend.
The Royals dropped a 65-6 decision to the visiting Lumsden Devils in their provincial 3A 9-man high school football semi-final game on Saturday, November 3. Continue reading “Martensville Royals playoff run comes to an end”