Candidates discuss Qu’Appelle Valley environment at forum

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Six candidates representing four political parties sat down to discuss the state of the environment in the Qu’Appelle Valley...

Local students published in annual education magazine

Grade 10 students from across southern Saskatchewan had the chance to have their opinions heard on a very public level when they were published...

Man contests proposed bylaw relating to flood lines

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter   The following are briefs from the Nov. 22 meeting of the Rural Municipality of North Qu’Appelle. Flood Lines George LaRocque the...

Adjust for winter driving conditions, say police

Submitted Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP are reminding motorists to exercise more care and caution when travelling on Saskatchewan roads and highways. Recent freezing rain and snowfall...

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 week’s Treaty...

Warm up with scenic exhibition

Landscape photographer Nancy Trapp captures the warmth of the Arizona desert and the allure of far away places in an exhibition opening Sunday afternoon,...

Mushroom collection educates group

Walking in a cow pasture on a sunny Sunday morning may not be everyone’s idea of a good time, but for several members of...

Kevin’s Marine pleads case again for better roads

Everything looks better now that spring has arrived; everything that is except some of the streets around town. The owners of Kevin’s Marine in the...

Fire chief excited to be working with new council

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter   Fire Chief Davis Sabirsh stopped in to give councillors an update on the fire department and his work with...

PVSD provides students, families with cannabis info

Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) is addressing cannabis legalization with information distributed to students and families, as well as through educational programs. Alana Johnson, communications...

Provincial News

Nearly 6,500 Saskatchewan small business owners contemplating pulling the plug

“Although there is still time for business owners to reverse course if conditions improve, it is alarming to see an increasing number considering permanent...