Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) was able to post a slightly smaller deficit in the 2015-16 school, by spending less on utilities than it budgeted as well as increased revenues of about $200,000 that was unanticipated.

Provincial government officials are looking to increase immunization rates, especially in students, with amendments to the Public Health Act. In November, Bill 28 was introduced in the provincial Legislature.

Parents with children either in the private Kindergarten or younger had the chance to tell Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) administration and three board trustees just how important their school is to them. To those 20-some New Brigden individuals the answer was clear — their small school is the heart of their community.

Reactions of parents were mixed after a three-hour meeting in New Brigden School Nov. 28, held by the Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD), but one message was clear — parents want the school to remain open in the community.

Thanks to increased enrolment, the Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) revised 2016-17 budget approved at the Nov. 29 special meeting, included a lower estimated deficit.

Tuesday, 22 November 2016 08:00

Stampede set to host Old Tyme fair Dec. 1

People of all ages will be able to get into the Christmas spirit at the seventh annual Enerplus Olde Tyme Christmas Fair and Market hosted by the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede. The event is set to take place Thursday, Dec. 1 from 5-8 p.m.

Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) board trustees were celebrating “excellent” results for their accountability pillar for the 2015-16 school year.

Officials with the Prairie Rose School Division are celebrating after learning they will share in $60,000 in grant funding to improve mental health initiatives in the southeast corner.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016 14:28

Former Medicine Hat royalty new Miss Rodeo Canada

What was two years in the making has come to fruition for Redcliff’s Ali Mullin, when she earned the Miss Rodeo Canada 2017 title at the Canadian Finals Rodeo Nov. 9-13.

Although a chapter did exist in Medicine Hat a number of years ago, interested city residents have felt the call to create a Council of Canadians Medicine Hat Chapter once again.

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