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Cowessess turns sod on new girls’ youth home

Cowessess First Nation is continuing to build partnerships for the good of its people. They are working with the Ministry of Social Services and...

Esterhuyse misses target for national archery championship

Charne Esterhuyse is accustomed to high scores whenever she draws her bow in front of a target. The young archer from Grenfell has consistently...

RFP extended for replacement of Pioneer Home

The SHA has re-opened the Request for Proposals relating to the replacement of the Grenfell Pioneer Home. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) closed the Level...

Cowessess council looking toward long-term growth

Band Election held During his speech at the Candidates’ Forum in early April, Malcolm Delorme admonished Cowessess band members to select a new council that...

Grenfell expenses are down $140,000 through efficiencies

Grenfell town council met for its regular meeting on May 2 at 7 p.m. with all members present. Topics at the meeting included the...

Town budget approved Broadview tax increase gets passed

Broadview town council approved the budget for 2019 at a meeting on April 17. The total expenditures are $1,239,216 and revenue is only $1,152,663...

Dry conditions spark fire bans in several communities

Extremely dry conditions motivated authorities to issue a fire ban in Grenfell beginning on April 24. Fire Chief Dwayne Stone imposed a ban on...

Hometown Co-op AGM has somber tone

The reports presented at Hometown Co-op’s annual meeting on April 16 had a somber tone. Hometown Co-op services Broadview, Grenfell, Wolseley, Sintaluta, and Kipling and...

Students hear risks of using e-cigarettes

Grenfell High School Although e-cigarettes are a relatively new product, they have quickly become a popular alternative to traditional cigarettes — particularly among youths. The Council...

Amalgamation of properties spurs bylaw review

Grenfell town council notes Grenfell town council held its regular meeting on April 18 at 7 p.m. Coun. Gary Cole was absent. Sewer lines to be...

Provincial News

Precaution against ticks urged

We might be glad to put a long and cold winter behind us, but the Ministry of Health is reminding Saskatchewan people that warmer...