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Rosthern, Aberdeen win CVAC Junior Curling crowns

Darius Bueckert and Emma Harder of the Waldheim Raiders mixed curling team bring the rock over the hog line during the CVAC Junior Curling Championship that was held at the Martensville Curling Club on March 8 and 9

The Central Valley Athletic Conference (CVAC) Junior Curling Championships featured some fierce competition, as the Rosthern High Huskies won both the boys and mixed divisions, while the Aberdeen Composite Crusaders came out on top of the girls category. Continue reading “Rosthern, Aberdeen win CVAC Junior Curling crowns”

Area schools gear up for basketball conference playoffs

High School Basketball conference championships take place this coming weekend

This weekend, Friday and Saturday, March 8 – 9, 2019, is the start of the ‘Road to HOOPLA’.

The Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association has 41 Conference basketball championships taking place. Several high schools in this area are competing in their respective conference championships. Continue reading “Area schools gear up for basketball conference playoffs”

Area communities compete in ‘Go Out and Play’ Challenge

The City of Warman is hoping to earn a $10,000 financial boost for a new accessible playground.

The town of Aberdeen, meanwhile, would like to use the prize money from the Blue Cross ‘Go Out and Play’ Challenge to build a walking path around its soccer and football field.

But the competition, sponsored by In Motion, will be stiff. Other area communities are in the hunt for the first prize windfall as well: Continue reading “Area communities compete in ‘Go Out and Play’ Challenge”