S–t happens in septic truck mishap

A service vehicle created a bit of a stink last week when it ran off B-Say-Tah Road. The driver of the truck owned by Lakeside...

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...

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...

Lebret chapel, crosses getting overdue facelift

The landmark chapel on a hill above Lebret has been painted for the first time in 12 years. The parish now is looking for some...

Cross-country velo takes toll on cyclists

If you think Saskatchewan is flat, then you haven’t pedalled a bicycle across the province. Twenty-two seniors from Quebec, members of La Traversee du Canada...

No side wins referendum over condo problems

The majority of Fort Qu’Appelle residents who voted in the recent referendum made it clear they didn’t want town council to spend any more...

Two-spirited teen celebrates grad in gown

James Tukanow’s fight for acceptance hasn’t been easy. But the day after he celebrated his 18th birthday he was secure enough in his sexuality to...

Grass retailer wants to be ready

The Yorkton subsidiary of a multinational corporation headquartered in Ontario that grows, produces and sells medical marijuana, has been given the permit to open...

Healing journey comes to an end

Last week, as Rance Cardinal was closing in on his final destination after trudging 1,200 kilometres from Lac Seul First Nation, north of Dryden,...

Gov’t fighting HIV with $37 million

At least 2,300 people in Saskatchewan are now living with the virus that attacks the human immune system and contributes to AIDS, according to...

Provincial News

One additional COVID death reported, 23 new cases and 57 recoveries

There are 23 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on August 7, bringing the total to 1,409 cases.  The new...