QVCA to host Jazz Fest musicians

The Regina Jazz Fest comes to the Qu’Appelle Valley Centre for the Arts this Friday, June 14 with a featured performance by singer-songwriter/pianist Scott...

Wanted man faces more charges

A Melville man facing 12 charges who failed to appear in court in Fort Qu’Appelle on May 16 after being released into the custody...

Lake levels expected to be ‘normal’

Although there are signs that this is shaping up to be one of the driest years on record in Saskatchewan, water in all but one...

Sisters celebrate centennial

Two nuns from Lebret, Theresa and Bernadette Fiest, were in Saskatoon last weekend for a Mass celebrating the centennial of the founding of their...

Tourist booth supports local crafters, artists

Visitors from Switzerland and Poland were among the first to sign the visitor registration book when the tourist information office opened for another season...

Green Deal on QVEA agenda

The QVEA will hold its annual general meeting on Saturday, June 15 at 1 p.m. at the Qu’Appelle Valley Centre for the Arts in...

Solar projects create energy, jobs

Solar farms planned by both the Cowessess and Starblanket First Nations are expected to supply power to more than 2,400 homes over the next...

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...

Agreements, leases up for debate

The Treaty Four Holding Corporation has asked to review its 20-year-old Municipal Services Agreement with the Town of Fort Qu’Appelle. Under the Indian Act, First Nations are...

Virag sworn in as Lebret’s mayor

Lloyd Virag was sworn in May 28 as mayor of Lebret. Virag had been acting mayor since Ralph Blondeau stepped down in January. He was...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

Advance polls open for federal election

With less than two weeks to go until the Oct. 21 federal election, advance polls are now open for anyone wanting to...