Little Black Bear opens new Tim Hortons

The famous Tim Hortons dark roast has a new home in the valley thanks to the hard work of Little Black Bear First Nation....

Balcarres grads urged to experience life

The graduating class was full of award winners and family, friends, dignitaries and community members came to celebrate that on June 20 in the...

CARE program improves skills at rural hospitals

Rural medicine is full of challenges, but a program from British Columbia is hoping to help Saskatchewan rural medical service providers tackle the obstacles. The...

Christian Women celebrate 30 years of spirituality

Christian Women’s Club has been part of Fort Qu’Appelle’s history for the past 30 years, and on June 17 members celebrated the milestone. It all...

SIGA cheque to help Ochap Summer Games

The 2015 First Nation Summer Games that will be hosted by the Ochapowace Nation in August received a huge financial boost this week when...

Soccer Fest concludes season for 900 players

The Fort Qu’Appelle area has an active soccer league and on June 19 and 20, players celebrated the end of the season at Soccer...

Artist’s show fundraises for B-Say-Tah centennial

The valley is home to many talented artists, and one recently had an art show to showcase the beauty that is the Qu’Appelle Valley. Sharron...

Children keep fit in the valley with outdoor play

A healthy lifestyle is the biggest asset to children around the world, andt Saskatchewan in motion is making sure kids are getting enough outdoor...

Provincial News

Broadview Union Hospital Emergency Department Update

This important public service announcement is for residents of the area serviced by the Broadview Union Hospital.Due to the inability to provide...