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Unlikely friends present Sol Sistas exhibition

You have to admit it is an unusual pairing, an unusual friendship. Janet Getz is a self-taught artist who took up painting in the 1980s...

War kept rowers out of Olympics

It has been 80 years since a rowing team from Saskatchewan almost represented Canada in the Summer Olympics, but the achievement is still remembered...

Police preparing for more crime with cannabis use

Fort Qu’Appelle remains “a gem of a posting, a gem of a spot,” for the 16 Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers in the detachment,...

No charges in removal of WWI cannon

The Crown won’t press charges following the unauthorized removal from the legion grounds of a century-old First World War trophy that had been in...

Leaders say All Nations’ is a model for SHA

In what was described as a monumental day in the history of health care in the province, the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council and...

Muslims, First nation build playground and relationship

A children’s playground on the Standing Buffalo First Nation built with volunteer labour by Regina’s Ahmadiyya Muslims was dedicated Oct. 22 as a project...

Multi-use facility to be studied

Committee to perform feasibility study on attraction A steering committee will look into the possibility of creating and operating “a multi-use destination recreation facility” in...

More to chief than fighting fires

Being chief of a volunteer fire department involves much more than being ready to fight fires. “We’re called out to check on gas leaks, get...

Committee formed to study pool feasibility

A regional recreation committee has been formed to consider the feasibility of adding an indoor pool to the Rexentre in Fort Qu’Appelle, an undertaking that...

Fall Colours rail tour changes attitudes

A bus load of tourists from Manitoba, who spent three days in the Qu’Appelle Valley on a fall foliage tour, pushed the total number of...

Fire Prevention Week 2018