Horizon School Division pulled out all the stops over the summer, preparing for the 2014-15 school year by designing a new logo, welcoming its first Wall of Fame inductees and hosting a celebration day that included all the staff from the division, a first-time event since the amalgamation of divisions. Held on Aug. 27, 2014, the […]
No one would ever guess that Kuroki would be pinpointed as a lunch stop for the Military Police National Motorcycle Relay Ride; however, as they say, it’s a small world. Left to right, Cpl. Jessica Porter (Dundurn), Dale Troia (Ottawa), Rick Singer (Barrie, Ont.), host Julia Valdock, “old Navy” John Helgason (Courtenay, B.C.), Valdocks’ friend […]
In March, Betty (Prince) Barker went to visit her sister Judy, who is working in Dubai and going to school. Betty, who lives in Swift Current, clings to the back of a camel at a desert oasis 40 miles outside Dubai. Betty and Judy are the daughters of Anna Prince of Kuroki.
Awards for 2013 were presented at the Kuroki Wildlife Federation’s annual banquet and awards night April 5 at the Kuroki hall. Winners were: • Gary Schultz; Adult Moose, 161-1/8 in. • Gerald Nelson; Elk, 252-6/8 in. • Tim Schultz; Archery Elk, 264-3/8 in. • Monte Rumbold; Typical White Tail, 161-1/8 in. • Donalee Olynick; Ladies […]
Submitted by Adeline Halvorson I am often asked where my interest in horses came from. I have been drawing them as long as I can remember, but I suspect the first interest came from my mom and her childhood stories about her horse, Shorty. I have fond memories of counting the days each spring until […]