Science experiments should be a black or white exercise. Thanks to the forward thinking of Taylor Maynes, future students at Stirling School should experience a little less difficulty in the subject.

A Grade 11 student at Coalhurst High School will leave for a trip of a lifetime mid-January.

Thursday, 15 January 2015 09:32

FCC Ag Knowledge Exchange event takes place Jan. 22

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Farm Credit Canada invites agriculture producers to come out and learn from experts in the agriculture industry at an FCC Ag Knowledge Exchange event coming soon to southwest Alberta.

Thursday, 15 January 2015 09:27

PRSD approves school calendars through to 2017

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Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) board of trustees has approved the calendars for the next two school years through to 2017.
Trustees approved the school calendars for 2015-16 and 2016-17 at the Jan. 13 regular meeting.

Experiences documented by Palliser Regional Schools school bus drivers since 2012-2013 shows that January is one of the worst times of the year for  so-called “fly-bys,” when motorists pass school buses stopped with their red lights flashing and stop arm extended to load or unload students.

The City of Swift Current is going ahead with a project to construct permanent flood mitigation structures at six locations along the Swift Current Creek during the next few years.

An collision involving two buses south of Kerrobert sent over 20 people to nearby hospitals Wedesday.

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