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Canada’s oldest Swedish congregation celebrates 125 years

Canada’s oldest Swedish and Evangelical congregation celebrated its 125th anniversary Aug. 2 and 3, attracting parishioners old and new to the historical church south...

Fire threatens cabins; fire truck is damaged

A grass fire broke out at the Cowessess First Nation May 15 on the south side of Crooked Lake near Grenfell Beach, the cause...

Matity brothers take angling expertise online and worldwide

Jeff Matity calls it being “sensitive to the soft-core” when he explains what he and his brother Jason are trying to accomplish with Matity’s...

New e-tickets put into RCMP vehicles

E-ticketing has been introduced to the province and it’s expected to make the process easier and faster for both Mounties and drivers. The new system...

Town passes anti-bullying bylaw for minors & adults

In an effort to bring positive change to their community, the Town of Grenfell has passed an anti-bullying bylaw. The law, passed Sept. 19,...

Ochapowace players crack WHL rosters

Two Ochapowace First Nation hockey players have entered their rookie seasons in the Western Hockey League after surviving final cuts with their respective teams. Kirk...

Grenfell musician named to CCMA All-Star Band

After playing bass guitar for more than a decade and a half, former Grenfell resident Travis Switzer has reached the top of the Canadian...

A train tragedy we all understand

There are many lessons to be learned from the Lac-Megantic, Que. train derailment disaster. But perhaps the first lesson to be learned is that what...

Sask. Party yet to smooth rough roads

A recent editorial by my colleagues at the Regina Leader-Post took square aim at the sorry state of the province’s highways and rural roads...

Secret to Wall’s popularity is no secret

Success in politics is sometimes no more complicated than getting in front of a popular idea. Take Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall’s decision a few weeks...

Provincial News

Crowns announce $10 million in funding on tenth anniversary of STARS...

While STARS celebrates ten years of fighting for the lives of critically ill and injured patients across Saskatchewan, five Crown corporations have announced funding...

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