Go! Science program comes to the Library

There is scientific proof of just how much fun geeking out can be. Last Wednesday, about 30 eager young scientists were at the Fort Qu’Appelle...

MP Scheer meets locals behind Fort’s friendly walls

Serves up burgers & bromides MP Andrew Scheer was greeted with hugs and handshakes when he arrived in Fort Qu’Appelle for the annual community barbecue...

Powwow entertains visitors from across North America

Battling Horse Singers, an Indigenous group from the Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation in Manitoba won the singing contest at the Standing Buffalo powwow last...

Camp helps kids to connect with their roots

In this world of ours, it is surprisingly easy to become disconnected from even the most fundamental aspects of life. Even in a province...

SARM ag committee discusses farm challenges

Drought in the southeastern corner of the province and getting grain to market on time were concerns addressed at a meeting of the Saskatchewan...

Field day a showcase for agricultural innovation

It’s a place where research into innovative farming practices and technology is a tradition. Since the late 1800s, as settlers were coming to Saskatchewan to...

Mid Summer’s Arts Festival sets attendance record

Crowds in record numbers hit Fort Qu'Appelle's Mid Summer’s Arts Festival last Saturday. More than 3,100 people paid the $2 admission to come through the...

Mission Fest returns with hillbilly heaven

Folks who love roots music won’t want to miss the third annual Mission Lake Festival on Saturday evening, Aug 11, when the grounds of...

Ecomuseum raising awareness of threats to Qu’Appelle system

Sometime, it’s a question of perspective. Sometimes, it’s simply an undeniable fact. No matter what the reality happens to be, challenges have this habit of looking...

Da Little Chef closes

Da Little Chef restaurant, which had a sign in its window advising customers that it was closed for renovations, won't be re-opening. The Asian fusion...