Speed zone signage discussed

by Phil Ambroziak Everyone knows to slow down when driving through a school zone... or do they? In Meadow Lake, local resident Wendell Brock feels this particular rule of the road could require a little m...

School changes approved

by Phil Ambroziak The Northwest School Division has decided to shake things up a bit. During the board’s regular meeting Tuesday morning (Oct. 9), approval was given to changing school structures in Meado...

CHS celebrates wrestlers

by Phil Ambroziak It was déja vu for students, staff and special guests at Carpenter High School in Meadow Lake last Friday (June 15). “It wasn’t too long ago we had Jacob Ambroziak up here to present him...

Track to get paint job

by Phil Ambroziak Both the City of Meadow Lake and the Northwest School Division are on track when it comes to improving a popular component of Lions Park. During its regular meeting Feb. 15, the school d...

French teachers hired

by Phil Ambroziak What a difference a week makes. After recently being given until April 19 to locate a qualified French immersion teacher for Carpenter High School in Meadow Lake, the Northwest School Di...

School bus routes changed

by Derek Cornet Some students riding the bus to school in Meadow Lake have been advised they now need to walk instead. New urban bus routes went into effect Nov. 24 after some parents were advised their c...

School division talks pot

by Derek Cornet The legalization of cannabis was discussed Nov. 28 at a regular board meeting of the Northwest School Division. With the federal government expected to legalize marijuana next year, NWSD v...

Threats made to school

The Hold & Secure issued for Meadow Lake schools has been lifted as of 10:55 a.m. today (Nov. 2). The Hold and Secure was deemed necessary when around 10 a.m., Meadow Lake RCMP responded to a complaint o...

M.L. schools on Hold & Secure

As of 10:58 a.m. today (Nov. 2), the Meadow Lake RCMP has directed Meadow Lake schools to enter Hold and Secure. At this time there is no threat to students or staff, however no one is allowed to enter or le...

Small school has big impact

It’s hard for students to fall through the cracks at Rapid View’s Green Acre School. That’s according to principal Al Maier who has been at the Kindergarten to Grade 8 school for close to 14 years. He said, ...