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Young scientists use traditional knowledge in exhibits

Young Indigenous students enrolled in science classes at schools in the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council area had more than a thing or two...

Greenhouses nearly ready for gardening season

The ground is thawing. Gardening season is here. U & K Greenhouses, on the highway between Lebret and Indian Head, and the Fox Green House...

Cleaning ditches helps man cleanse his soul

Bert Leonard Whiteman chopped his braids off and shaved his head in preparation for a healing walk along the roads that run around Echo...

Practice, practice, practice pays off for pianists

“You’ve worked so hard at the piano at home, it’s nice to get out of a private practicing area and get to play for...

Olympic athlete pumps up kids with her story

Olympian Brigette Lacquette says her career, like everyone else’s, has had its ups and downs, but winning a silver medal with the Canadian Women’s...

Crop of potholes is sprouting in streets and highways

Each spring, road crews begin repairs to the scarred pavement, and the potholes return. “The asphalt is still frozen, we have to wait until things...

Snow removal from storm cost $10,000

The Town of Fort Qu’Appelle spent about $10,000 to remove the snow and clear the streets following last week’s massive snowfall. The work is about...

SNOWBOUND

Fort Qu’Appelle is still digging out from under the heavy blanket of snow that smothered the town last Sunday evening. Highways were closed, motorists stranded...

Winterfestival events bring community together

The Fort Qu’Appelle Winter Festival kicked off in a deep chill last Friday evening as the head of the events organizing committee, Rebecca Hill,...

Provincial News

Two youths die from carbon monoxide poisoning

On Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at approximately 1:40 p.m., Prince Albert RCMP responded to a report of two unresponsive youths, a 12 year-old male and...