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The Fort Times is the community newspaper of Fort Qu’Appelle and surrounding area. With a readership of over 2,500 people a week, the Fort Times has been publishing weekly since 1951.

Worrisome water study for local lakes

Increasing levels of poisonous algae in Pasqua, Katepwa, Crooked and Round Lakes is raising cause for some concern according to Dr. Peter...

Farmers’ Market return met with excitement

Popular Fort Qu’Appelle event opens after 6-week delay due to COVID-19 pandemic Ron Shordee was first in line when...

ELORTHY – Kenneth David

Suddenly on Monday, June 22, 2020, Kenneth David Elworthy at 81 was called home to the Lord.Ken was born Nov. 25, 1938...

Chainsaw artist sculpts Bay Avenue poplar trees

Internationally known artists creating pelican and bison Fort Qu’Appelle is getting two new tourist attractions. And the public is...

Fort mayor not seeking re-election

Jerry Whiting Jerry Whiting won’t seek a second term as Mayor of Fort Qu’Appelle.In an interview with Grasslands News...

A new era of firefighters join department

Ever since his older brother, Joey, was rescued from a car accident seven years ago by members of the fire protection unit...

Town administrative office plans for re-opening

The town of Fort Qu’Appelle expects to re-open its administration building to the public on Monday, June 15.Protective plexi-glass panels are being...

THOMPSON – Elizabeth Ann

Elizabeth Ann Thompson (Hutchinson), High River, Alta.Rest in Peace Mom, Amma, Grandma, sister, aunt and our friend.It is with great sadness that...

Car collector acquires 1923 Model T

Few people in the province have a collection of old cars quite as impressive as Marie Ann Daywalker-Pelletier’s.The Chief of Okanese First...

Town of Fort Qu’Appelle to receive $291,000

The Town of Fort Qu’Appelle will be receiving over $291,000 for infrastructure projects as part of the provinces Municipal Economic Enhancement Program...

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