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Karly King Simpson, left, Danya Harrison and Shannon Baetz are among the 30-plus students graduating from East Three Secondary School on Saturday. - Shawn Giilck/NNSL photo
Grads look to the future
Thirty-four students set to attend ceremony on Saturday

The future is looking far closer and, perhaps, a little intimidating for the 2015 graduating class at East Three Secondary School. next Continued

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A new fire tower, shown here, is becoming operational just south of Enterprise. New fire tower on watch
The territory's newest fire tower is about to become operational just south of Enterprise. Richard Olsen, the manager of fire operations with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) in Fort Smith, said it should be ready for use by the end of this month.

Logan Judas, Nathaniel Tom and Trent Rabesca make up the Grade 10 science class at Alexis Arrowmaker School in Wekweeti. The students and their teacher, Nathan Fitzsimmons, have been working together to test a portable wind turbine that can be printed on a 3D printer. Wekweeti students test mobile wind turbines created with 3D printers
Students in Wekweeti could be at the forefront of potentially life-changing new technology for people living in remote communities, according to one Ontario engineering student and entrepreneur. Kyle Bassett is doing his PHD in civil engineering at the University of Windsor and is the founder of RMRD TECH, a company using 3D printing to create portable wind turbines.

Hay River's Mason Bruneau, in white, gets the upper hand on Tristan Alexander of British Columbia during their match in the men's U21 100-plus kg division at the Canadian Judo Championships in Saint-Jean-de-Richeleau, Que., on May 16.

Bronze for Mason Bruneau
Its been a fine year for the sport of judo in the NWT and Mason Bruneau of Hay River kept that run of luck going earlier this month. The 19-year-old judoka captured a bronze medal in the men's U21 100-plus kg division at the Canadian Judo Championships in Saint-Jean-de-Richeleau, Que., on May 16 after dropping his semifinal against Kevin Gauthier of Quebec by ippon (one point), which means automatic victory.

Drew Hayden Taylor's latest installation in the

Richard Van Camp reveals success to storytelling
After having explored the humor and sexuality of aboriginal people, Ontario author Drew Hayden Taylor is now exploring the life of an artist with creative soul Richard Van Camp weighing in.


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