Dancers celebrate at Standing Buffalo powwow

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter As drums beat loudly, dancers swayed and stomped to the beat, their bells and jingles jangling, keeping time with the...

Former Fort woman wins Young Farmers Award

When you ask Chelsea Erlandson how she went from pursuing a career in commerce to vegetable farming, she will tell you she fell in...

Man with ‘serious criminal record’ given second chance after breaching probation

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter   Despite having a history of violence a man was given a second chance by a Fort Qu’Appelle judge after failing...

Farmers encouraged to seek possible grant opportunities

Qu’Appelle Valley farmers contemplating new projects or making improvements to their land and businesses should first see if funding is available. Bonnie Mandziak, of...

Program meets need for teachers knowledgeable in First Nations studies

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter The Bachelor of Indigenous Education offered through Parkland College is one of a few Saskatchewan degrees that students can become...

Slow down when passing emergency vehicles

  By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter A tow truck driver from Esterhazy was hit and killed while working on the side of Highway 22 earlier this...

First Nations move to reclaim language, culture

So, where do you start? When you look for the path that leads to true reconciliation, through all of the tangled circumstances and decisions that...

PVSD outlines priorities in its 2018-19 budget

The 2018-19 school year budget for Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) was approved by the board at its June regular meeting. The Prairie Valley School...

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...

Basketball making a comeback in valley

Basketball was once a shining star in the valley and one man’s dream to see that star rise is becoming a reality. Darryl Hamilton organized...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

Saskatchewan SPCA needs your help

The Saskatchewan SPCA is appealing to the public after lower than anticipated ticket sales in the Society’s annual Christmas Cash Lottery fundraiser.

Woman missing from Yorkton