Sunday April 20, 2014




  • For Kids Sake

    Rabbits visit classroom

    Rabbits visit classroom

    Two rabbits, named Milo and Otis, visit with Souris School Grade 1 students on Wednesday. Teacher Carey Metheral brought the rabbits to class and each of the students had the opportunity to hold and pet one of the animals while learning about what rabbits eat and what type of habitat they need. The students, from left,...

  • Painting a pop art representation

    Assiniboia Park student Halle Wilson carefully paints a light shade of blue to the background of symbol figures of herself as a gymnast, during art in the Grade 4/5 class on Apr. 15. The students were asked to draw a figure or symbol that represents something about themselves or their personal interests, in the style of ...

  • Cafetorium coming down at the Comp School

    The interior of the Comp Cafetorium stands exposed as work crews demolish the structure at the high school as part of the second contract for renovations and new construction at the Comp. The auditorium and cafeteria is being replaced with the Triple C Centre and the Colleen Weimer Hallway, the new construction on the...

Top Headlines

Comp students to perform Greek tragedy with a twist

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Review wins top awards from SWNA

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Weyburn police watch over protest, chase speeding car

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Scientists discover four new species of 'killer' sponges off Pacific coast

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Passengers on Vancouver-to-Edmonton flight warned to watch out for measles

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Water levels in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick drop more than a metre overnight

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Man charged with making death threats against father of Rehtaeh Parsons

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Text of statement given by the families of the five Calgary mass-murder victims

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Local Sports

DeLaet learns invaluable lesson at inaugural Masters

Graham DeLaet missed the cut at his first Masters. He blamed a lot of his struggles on his putter,...



Notching up to learn about archery

Grade 10 Wellness students notch their arrows and take aim for their first shots, as they practice...



DeLaet heads to Masters

Graham DeLaet will tee off at the Augusta Golf Course on Thursday, when he competes in his first-...




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Notching up to learn about archery

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Rabbits visit classroom

Two rabbits, named Milo and Otis, visit with Souris School Grade 1 students on...


Grade 1 students learn about native settlement

Assiniboia Park School students check out their diorama of a native settlement after...





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