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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”

Rosthern High School mixed team headed to provincial curling finals

Rosthern High School is one of eight teams competing in the provincial SHSAA mixed curling championships this weekend in Moose Jaw.
The other teams in the bonspiel include Colonsay, Moose Jaw Peacock, Balgonie, Meadow Lake, Regina Johnson, Yorkton Sacred Heart and Rosetown.
The provincial high school girls curling championship is also on this weekend in Moose Jaw while the provincial boys curling championship is in Assiniboia.
In addition to the Provincial curling championships, the SHSAA Regional Wrestling Championships are this weekend at Peacock Collegiate in Moose Jaw and
Conference basketball championships are taking place at various locations around the province.