By Andy Labdon. A new school will be up and running in 74 weeks at Fishing Lake First Nation, according to Chief Derek Sunshine. A sod-turning ceremony with Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron, Fishing Lake First Nation Council, and dignitaries, marked the end of a twenty-year wait since the first application for […]
Out today this week’s edition of the Wadena News featuring- Acts of Kindness, Singing for repairs, Council news, Lifestyles, Business, and Sports.
By Andy Labdon With the end of the school year in sight, changes to Wadena Composite School have already taken place. The simultaneous retirement of five long-serving staff members was recognized in front of a full gymnasium on June 21, where students said goodbye to Cindy Brown Bashutsky, practical and applied arts teacher; Claire Enright, […]
By Andy Labdon As one of the largest rural museums in Saskatchewan, Wadena and District Museum opened for the season on a perfect sunny Sunday where Visitors were treated with probably one of the pancake breakfasts in Wadena. June 4 was also a day visitors could meet this year’s curator, Amber Maier, and one of […]
By Andy Labdon Life after school can be scary, but the Quill Lake Class of 2017 has a motto, “There are no regrets in life – just lessons.” There are things in life that, as we journey through it, we miss, as valedictorian Jennifer Harcourt said in her speech. “There are so many things about […]