Accessibility ramp installed for Evans

Legion Poppy Fund supports local A wheelchair ramp installed by the Legion’s poppy fund for Doreen Evans, 95, the...

Town chooses contractor for admin building

Hilderman Construction has been awarded a $140,000 contract to remodel the old medical office building on Boundary Ave. and convert it into...

Group hoping to revive Winter Festival

Sponsors and volunteers needed About a dozen volunteers met Oct. 15 to determine whether they can muster enough support...

Scheer elected in Regina-Qu’Appelle riding

Andrew Scheer won his Regina-Qu’Appelle riding Monday with an impressive 63.7 per cent of the vote; Nationwide, under his leadership, the Conservatives...

Advance polls see a drop in local riding

Federal Election Monday, October 21 The Vote is In. Fort Qu’Appelle advance poll supervisor Elaine Weimer says 712 people...

Environment top topic for candiates at forum

An all candidates forum was held in Fort Qu’Appelle on Oct. 4 for the Regina Qu’Appelle constituency and noticeably absent was incumbent...

Delegation concerned with safety

Town, RCMP and PVSD discuss concerns with school Bert Fox Community High School, a delegation from the School Community...

Indoor swimming pool feasibility study on hold

Regional pool steering committee hopeful for project A study to determine whether an indoor swimming pool should be built...

Indigenous Lt. Governor proud of heritage

It was a historic occasion. Saskatchewan’s first indigenous Lieutenant-Governor, Russell Mirasty, met with the chiefs of the File Hills tribal council at last...

Rain energizes annual event

Treaty Four Gathering Brooding skies, intermittent rain showers and muddy ground hasn’t put a damper on any of the...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

Firefighters now covered for cancer under WCB

Starting November 15, professional and volunteer firefighters will be able to access Workers’ Compensation coverage for six additional cancers.  In addition, an amendment will...