Baldur Gazette News, September 30, 1997

Baldur Gazette News

September 30, 1997

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Issue date: Tuesday, September 30, 1997

Pages available: 16

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Baldur Gazette News (Newspaper) - September 30, 1997, Baldur, Manitoba The The Weather Tuesday Low High Wednesday LowM 100 37 September 1997 50c per copy Briefly Volunteers needed this Saturday Several volunteers are needed at the Baldur Arena this October 4th at 9 Work projects include placement of metal general cleanup of hockey Round Table meeting Baldur Community Development will be holding a Round Table meet ing on October 8th at Everyone See advertisement for more Health Care meeting tonight Plan to attend the Health Care meeting tonight 30th in Baldur Memorial Hall deal ing with the future of our hospital and health care Is Your Subscription Due Sfi CD S O D O OCQ 5 CD u CD c Q CQ 3 CD S9 r CD3 CT 3 J CO o Two complaints of wreckless driving by Knight Sargeant Klllarney Detachment The following is the police report for the week of September 20 to 2 The week was fairly busy including two requests from local organizations for their group to have a tour of the Other PCR related work is set up to have a player from the Brandon Wheat Kings attend Klllarney School and give a lecture related to Pressure for the Grades 6 to 9 On the 23rd September a resident of Rossmore reported the theft of a set of Halogen fog lights from their incident probably occurring sometime within the past Another report of theft was received on the 25th of In this case the 2 electronic Items were taken from a vehicle belonging to a local the vehicle had been parked at the Investigation is still ongoing in this which occurred probably over the past two The following information is passed on behalf of the Canadian Diabetes Collection who advised our Detachment on the 25th of September that they would be phoning homes in Killarney soliciting for useful household items which they will be picking up on October Money raised from the sale of these items goes towards Diabetes On the 26th of police received a report of a found in which the bike has been at this location for about a If the bike is not claimed the property will be turned over to the Also this date there was a report of theft from a garage In matter still being This Incident occurred sometime over the On the 28th of September police received two complaints of a truck being driven recklessly in The complainants recorded the licence plate from this vehicle and charges under the Highway Traffic Act are pending for the driver and or registered owner of the If you have any Information regarding any of these noted Incidents or any other call the Klllarney RCMP at 523 7255 or Crimestoppers at 1 The camera caught a picture of these notsowlld wild turkeys as they check out the crab apples In the yard of Joy and Earl Johnson one day last Public Meetings to Discuss the Amalgamation of Tiger Pembina Valley and Mountain The Boards of the Pembina Valley School Division the Mountain School Division and the Tiger Hills School Division over the course of the past have held discussions relative to their common problem of continued viability due to declining student enrollments and the problems associated with maintaining In view of their shared belief that the present situation could not be maintained over the Boards began the process of working out an agreement to enhance learning opportunities for all students in the region through a pooling of Earlier this year each of the three Boards passed a Notice of Intent to pursue The intent of combining the three divisions is to provide enhanced learning opportunities for all students through the pooling of resources and the economics of scale which a larger school division will In an effort to inform the public regarding this important public meetings will be held in the Please see dates and location At this time the Boards have set October 1997 as the target date for ratification of an Agreement in principle to amalgamate the three This time line is necessitated by a desire to have amalgamation in place for July Discussion documents will be available at public meetings and from school and school division offices prior to the public Please be sure to attend as your Input is EUBUCJMEETJNfiS Tiger Hills School Division Oct 2 Pilot Mound October 9 Belmont Elementary October 15 Holland Elementary Mountain School Division September 30 Somerset October 2 St Claude October 6 Westmount Swan Pembina Valley Division October 9 Cartwright October 14 Nellie McClung October 15 Thomas Greenway Crystal What A Wind by Maria Berry Gazette staff The extremely high winds gusts up to 90 that this area experienced on Sunday and Monday of this week were caused as a direct result of an extreme low pressure area In southern In some locales if It wasnt tacked It was Another hazard to was soil as the extremely long dry spell has left top soil dry and subject to Weather forecasters are predicting that as we go to the winds are to die down to 40 kms per yet Indian Summer will with temperatures way above Unfortunately there Is no real forecast for rain and this makes completion of fall field work nearly ;