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...

Report on land sales released ahead of presentation

Town council has released Meyers Norris Penny’s (MNP) 474-page report into all town land sales since 2007, giving residents a chance to read the...

QVEA sows the seeds of environmental protection

By Connie Schwalm Special to Grasslands News If the wealth of a community were measured in the natural beauty and abundance bestowed upon it, Fort Qu’Appelle...

NDP and unions critical of budget

The provincial government’s 2018-19 budget plans to “keep Saskatchewan on track” to return to balance next year, but the Saskatchewan NDP, labour unions, and...

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...

Lifelong search for grandfather leads to Fort Qu’Appelle

After a lifetime of searching for a man he never know, Mervyn Leonard will finally get to see where his grandfather lived and meet...

Changes to Farmer’s Market

Visitors to the Fort Qu’Appelle Farmer’s Market this season will see some new faces — and a greater variety of different products available. Colleen Miller,...

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...

Caring for environment is a shared responsibility

It is a different way of claiming something as our own. Stewardship is a concept that encourages us to view our portion of this world...

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...

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