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WWII and Korean War veteran will march in Remembrance Day parade...

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Harold Ross, a 90-year-old Second World War and Korean War veteran, is entirely too modest. Asked why he wanted to return...

NDP promise to open tree nursery in Indian Head on campaign...

An NDP federal government would re-open the historic Indian Head Tree Nursery by next spring. “Programs like the Indian Head Tree Nursery provide important support...

Mountie visits daycare

Six children sit around a plastic table colouring in pictures of RCMP officers, in red serge, mounted on horseback. When asked what they want...

Mayor recalls a simpler time when Christmas was all about family

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Mayor Ron Osika comes from humble beginnings. Born to Polish immigrant parents, he grew up in a sod hut on a...

Man serves drunk driving sentence but must stay in custody

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter   A drunk driver who breached his probation and did not attend court when he was supposed to was sentenced to...

Cabin owner disputes Fort councillor’s claims

Gord Giroux owner of Valley Cabin Rentals attended the Aug. 18 council meeting to confront Coun. Jeff Brown who said, during last month’s meeting,...

RCMP need tips in stabbing case

Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP responded to two non-life threatening crimes this last week. Two females stabbed In the late evening hours of Aug. 28, RCMP in Fort...

Disqualified driver serving time on weekends, caught driving during the week

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter After just beginning to serve his time in custody on weekends, a convicted drunk driver was charged with driving...

Historic Fort Ellice trail retraced, history relived

“You can’t get this kind of education from a car window,” says Richard Kotowich, one of about 20 people who are on a 10...

Support group hosting Alzheimer’s disease awareness walk

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Imagine if all of your most cherished memories began to slowly slip away it’s a frightening feeling that many Canadians...

Provincial News

Saskatchewan implementing mandatory masking, proof of vaccination

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced new measures to address health care capacity pressures caused by rising case rates, primarily driven by the unvaccinated...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021