Zoning changing to allow pot business

With the cannabis licence now awarded for Fort Qu’Appelle, town council has given first reading to changing the zoning bylaw to allow such a...

RCMP investigate crash death

A young man died June 19 in a car crash on the Standing Buffalo First Nation At approximately 4:30 a.m., Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP responded to...

Hansen-Ross studio re-opening as gallery

A handsome Edwardian brick house in Fort Qu’Appelle that was home to the Hansen-Ross Pottery studio for 15 years officially re-opens on June 29...

Students’ views change on STEW field trips

There is a lot of laughing at the table. This group of students from Bert Fox High School is sharing stories about the STEW trips...

BFCHS grads ready to take own paths to success

While the five dozen students comprising the Bert Fox Community High School class of 2018 may have grown up and graduated together, they were...

Balcarres grads ready for new opportunities

In his valedictory address, Morgan Bray described the 18 students of the 2018 Balcarres Community High School class as “one of the closest and...

Discover opportunities in your own backyard

Saskatchewan is a province that can surprise people. You can find magnificent natural beauty in unexpected places. Sometimes these natural treasures can be discovered not far...

Two-spirited teen celebrates grad in gown

James Tukanow’s fight for acceptance hasn’t been easy. But the day after he celebrated his 18th birthday he was secure enough in his sexuality to...

Grass retailer wants to be ready

The Yorkton subsidiary of a multinational corporation headquartered in Ontario that grows, produces and sells medical marijuana, has been given the permit to open...

Sea cadets given Freedom of Entry on annual review

In a ceremony rich with ancient Roman military tradition, Fort Qu’Appelle’s Royal Canadian Sea Cadets were given Freedom of Entry to the town on...