Sponsored

Laegan Meyers, Gateway Regional Victim Services Coordinator, is hoping to recruit more volunteers looking to help the community heal from crime.
Laegan Meyers, Gateway Regional Victim Services Coordinator, is hoping to recruit more volunteers looking to help the community heal from crime. Bryan Eneas

Helping the community heal from crime

By Sponsored
January 16, 2018 - 3:47pm

Whether it’s a motor vehicle accident or a domestic violence situation, the physical and emotional impact of crime can be devastating, but there is help. Gateway Regional Victim Services (GRVS) is working to lessen the impact of crime in our communities.

Trent Hargrave and Joe Weinrich took over the ownership of Riverside Dodge in September of 2015.
Trent Hargrave and Joe Weinrich took over the ownership of Riverside Dodge in September of 2015.

‘Young Guns’ drive success at Riverside Dodge

By Sponsored content
September 27, 2017 - 12:00am

Riverside Dodge Chrysler Jeep isn’t your typical car dealership. There is a buzz in the environment; cool music playing in the lobby of the service department; and customers and sales associates happily moving about their day in a relaxed and carefree environment.

From left, Prince Albert Collegiate Institute Grade 12 student Lacey Naytowhow heads out of the school followed by English teacher Evonne Garnett and dance teacher Alicia Wotherspoon.
From left, Prince Albert Collegiate Institute Grade 12 student Lacey Naytowhow heads out of the school followed by English teacher Evonne Garnett and dance teacher Alicia Wotherspoon.

Choosing the right high school

By Sponsored content
August 7, 2017 - 12:00am Updated: August 29, 2017 - 10:09am

High school, a time of transition, new endeavors, a time of self-revelation and for some the pivoting point for career choices and major decisions affecting your entire future.

It is because of this that choosing the ‘right’ school is of such critical importance.

Pages