McMorris wins bronze

Mark McMorris won his second Olympic medal on Feb. 10, and even though it was bronze, the two-time Olympian is still the Golden Boy...

Politicians should respect judicial system, says Scheer

The death of Colten Boushie was a “tragic situation,” but politicians should respect the independence of the judicial system and not undermine it with...

Three new doctors take up their practice in Fort Qu’Appelle

This community has welcomed three new physicians to this area. Dr. Mamhouh Elserafy arrived in the area on Nov.1 and was seeing patients in Balcarres...

Head Start program moves into spacious new home

Long before Rhonda Deutsch became the director of the Head Start program on the Star Blanket Cree Nation, she knew from personal experience it...

PWOS make pit stop in Fort Qu’Appelle

Women on snowmobiles revved up and once again have grabbed the handles of their machines for a six-day ride through southeastern Saskatchewan to raise...

Provincial gov’t rejects Abaco lakeshore land deal

The Qu’Appelle Valley Environmental Association (QVEA) has obtained documents showing the Water Security Agency has rejected a Crown land deal with Abaco Energy Services...

Healthcare Organizer helps patients act as their own advocate

The need seemed so obvious that they could not quite believe a solution was not available. Debbie Cancade-Schmidt is an LPN in acute care who...

Forum to discuss marijuana outlet set for Feb. 15

Fort Qu’Appelle residents can express their thoughts about a possible cannabis retail outlet during a community forum on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m....

Council to spend another $3,500 for Abaco land sales presentation

The forensic audit that Meyers Norris Penny (MNP) is conducting into the Abaco land sales will cost an additional $3,500, since MNP needs to...

Carry the Kettle suing gov’ts over treaty infringements

For Carry the Kettle First Nation, the portion of their history that was written since Treaty Four was signed includes a long list of...

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