Students in Invermay had a wide variety of activities keeping them busy for the first part of 2016. Among them: Students in kindergarten and Grade 1 at Invermay School dressed up for the Valentine’s formal day on Feb. 11. From left, Addison Enge, Jasmin Kowalyshyn, Cassidy Bosovich, Elena Bell, Taelynn Maier and Elissa Karcha. Dressing […]
The Western Independence Party (WIP), whose manifesto mirrors that of the Bloc Québécois, had its inaugural meeting in 2001 in Yorkton. It was here that one of its founding members, Walter Hrappsted, joined the political arena, and this year he is looking to win the Kelvington-Wadena Constituency seat in the provincial election on April 4. […]
Kids in the elementary grades at Invermay School ran their little hearts out on June 4.
Robert Minhinnick, age 90, popped over from his farm at Invermay to show us this nifty little tool that belonged to his grandfather. Anyone care to take a guess at what it is? It measures three to four inches in length, and the three instruments it contains — all the same, just different sizes — […]
After only a year, Invermay has its new playground at Invermay School. The project started last June, and fundraising began last August at the Invermay Fair. Other events were held throughout the following year with the help of several sponsors, and donations were made by organizations and businesses. Grants came through to help out with […]