29 years ago, after taking over the Borderland Reporter, the Triangle News was born. Each issue we will take a look back at the goings on in the issue published the same week, 29 years previous. Stop by the Office and have a look at the full issue that we will keep on display.
Excerpts of articles from Volume 1, No. 5 from May 11, 1983
Borderland Music Festival
First year piano students were all presented with a silver dollar by the Rockglen Credit Union.
Winning piano awards were: Trevor McBurney, Carla Hicks, David Schepp & Trian Remoue, Lana McBurney, Tracey Remoue, Paula Iverson, Dawn Eger, Sheri-Lou Drewitz, Janet Yorga, Tamara Allen & Carla Hicks; Sheri-Lou & Tracey-Joy Drewitz. Grace Goudie won the organ solo award.
Janet Yorga won a $100 scholarship for her class of piano solo and also the highest overall mark in the music festival.
Rockglen Town Council Report
Council agreed to three new street lights to be installed on Railway Avenue.
Bengough Ladies Canvas for Cancer
A total of $1,914.00 was collected by 22 ladies.
Willow Bunch Arts Council Report
The council sponsored a presentation of a drama “Teenage Moms”, by the Saskatoon Persephone Theatre of Saskatoon. Acting workshops were held
• Father Gerard Couture submitted the Religious Overtones
• Article introducing Wallace and Marion Hadley and children, Sonita, Andrew and Angie, who opened Wally’s Pizza in the Coronach Mall.
• Refrigeration repair now available at Shain’s Electric.
• Willow Bunch Museum Society Annual meeting reported 1500 visitors over the summer of 1982.
• 110 people attended meeting about the development of the new sports complex in Coronach. Most were in favour.
• Terry Youngberg sworn in as Mayor of Coronach.
• Doctor Sherwood to cover May and Dr. Hogan to be at in Coronach from June through August.
• Games Day at the Coronach School raised $789 to go towards the graduation expenses.
• 1080 square foot home - $50,000.
• Krazy Days in Scobey