Two University of British Columbia (UBC) students are taking an extensive journey across the country in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.

Eleanor Fritschy may have been destined for a career in education, but for husband Harry, the profession was anything but a lock. The couple were among the retirees acknowledged in mid-June at a Palliser Regional Schools banquet which also saw recognition for staff achievements over the past school year.

Students in McKenna Golding’s Grade 6 Language Arts class at R.I. Baker Middle School are published authors, with a book of their writing soon to be found in the school library.

For the second time in four years, students at Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale have raised enough funds to build a school for those in need elsewhere around the globe.

With the historical figures showing June as a notorious month for flooding within Alberta, this year’s forecast hasn’t seemed too heavy.

After three years of hard work the final improvements have been made to the Pinnacle Park Playground in Coaldale. On June 16, the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the new park took place, with residents and members of the local government in attendance.

Thursday, 06 July 2017 08:00

10th annual Sinister 7 Ultra hits its stride

Written by

Sinister 7 Ultra, one of Canada’s most notorious running races, is celebrating its 10th year in July. Over the last decade the gruelling 100-mile run had grown from 160 competitors in its inaugural year to a capped event of 1,600 runners from around the world.

Page 6 of 718