Safety first when handling fireworks

They are a pivotal part of many celebrations on Canada Day, and on other special occasions as well. Yet, as the presence of the word...

Festival celebrates 25th show

Threatening skies and intermittent light morning rain did nothing to deter visitors who thronged to the annual Midsummer Arts Festival, which observed...

Car crash kills one, injures two

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter A young man was killed after a two-vehicle collision occurred on Wednesday, Sept. 16 near Wolseley, less than an hour’s...

World traveller says Sask. can compete globally

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Ashlyn George may have a blog called the Lost Girl’s Guide to Finding the World but from her confidence...

Legion looking to raise the roof

  An organization that is so often fundraising for community projects is now raising funds for itself for a change. The Royal Canadian Legion’s Fort Qu’Appelle...

Qu’Appelle Valley band looking to make SaskMusic’s top 10 list

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter The band B.D. Willoughby has made it to Sask Music’s long list, nominated with 41 others, for the best album...

Grant money available for community rinks

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter   The provincial government has made $1.7 million available to benefit community rinks. This is the fourth year the Government of Saskatchewan...

Vet’s life changes in Tommy Goes to War

We tend to imagine that our lives are a progression that begins at our birth and proceeds through a series of days, weeks, months...

Eco Museum discusses flooding of Big Quill Lakes

The Calling Lakes District Planning Commission is throwing its support behind the Quill Lakes Watershed Association, which proposed a two-step plan to manage the...

Fort Qu’Appelle sights attract Pokémon Go players

By Alan Hustak Special to Grasslands News They seek ’em here, they seek ’em there, they look for Pokémon everywhere. It was hard to miss the Pokémon...

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...