Council supports signage for Tansi the turtle

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter On Sept. 24 the Fort Qu’Appelle town council held a meeting, the following are briefs from that evening’s discussions. Paintings Council received...

Suspect charged in Lerat murder

Police have arrested and charged an Okanese First Nation man with Lucas Lerat’s murder. On May 25 at 3 p.m. members of RCMP Major Crime...

Town will spend $20,000 to remove diseased trees

Deputy mayor Robert Morton chaired the regular council meeting for the Town of Fort Qu’Appelle as Mayor Ron Osika was attending a SUMA meeting....

Farmers’ market moving in 2020

Town grants approval for Rexentre location The Fort Qu'Appelle Farmers’ Market in will move next year. A plan to develop the downtown Starblanket urban reserve property...

Summit hears docs overprescribe opioids to patients

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Dr. Cheryl Currie had a sobering message for attendees at the Health Summit on Prescription Drug Abuse. Currie spoke of the...

Teammates mourn death of Teagen Hollinger

Teagen Hollinger, a goalie for the Fort Knox midget team, was eulogized last week by his hockey coach, Shayne Stoll, as a naturally gifted...

Students build roads in college course

Twelve students from eight First Nations across east-central Saskatchewan are ready to join the job market after a training course at Pasqua First Nation....

Granny’s Handmade Soaps help ease medical troubles

By Darcy Gross Grasslands News Who knew there were so many different varieties of soaps? When you encounter a booth hosted by Granny’s Handmade Soaps, the first...

Chicago pastor settling in at Valley Alliance Church

After spending the last few years leading a church in downtown Chicago, Valley Alliance Church’s newest pastor is still adjusting to life in small...

Local mom starts playgroup

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter It was an adjustment, to say the least, when Kristen Resener moved to Fort Qu’Appelle from urban metropolis Vancouver, B.C. Resener...

Provincial News

Five new cases, 19 more recoveries, six in hospital

There are five new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on July 14, bringing the total to 876 cases.  Three of...