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Wednesday, May 14, 2003
Kids get an eye-full of fish during spawning season
What is a hard, toiling journey for fish on their annual reproductive run was sheer entertainment for spectators last Friday at the Mills Creek spawning site off highway 516 about 50 kilometres north of town.
We have a winner
It was a “good guess” shrugged John Wesley. He was notably close when he chose May 6 at five p.m. as his estimate in the annual CBLS Radio Ice Out 2003 fundraiser.
Staff, students work to overcome challenges of small, remote school
Getting on par with the rest of the country, Kejick Bay’s elementary school is closer to closing the gap between the standard of education there and that expected in more populated areas.
One step closer
(from left) Syrena LaLonde, Vice Principal of Sioux Mountain, Annette Berry, member of the Playground Committee, QEDHS students Carla Hancharuk and Maya Widneyer, Paul Brown, QEDHS teacher, and QEDHS student Christina Loesser. The high school’s Dance of the Decades May 2 raised $350 for the Sioux Mountain School playground.