Youths pitch in and help with large-scale artwork

The Treaty Four Governance Centre just got a little more colourful. File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council commissioned a mural to be painted on the outside...

Vehicle incidents kept RCMP busy

Fort Qu’Appelle’s RCMP dealt with motor vehicle incidents and bone recovery over the last week and both resulted in no injuries. Impaired driving on Highway...

Town passes smoke-free workplace policy

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Employees now have to butt out when they are working in the town shop and driving town vehicles. Council...

Local towing company takes home another award

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter   Abernethy’s Baillie Boys Towing has won their fifth CAA Saskatchewan Award of Excellence. According to a news release from CAA Saskatchewan,...

Craftsman salvages wood to make classic canoe

Can anything be more Canadian than a canoe? For centuries the birch bark canoe was crucial to almost every living soul in Canada, the...

Child molester pleads guilty to six more charges

Editor’s note: Parts of the following news story contain graphic descriptions. Sobs erupted periodically from a mother and grandmother in the gallery of the Fort...

Town must deal with downloading from gov’t

The Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) is critical of the provincial government for downloading more costs to municipalities while cutting municipal funding in its...

Hospital benefits from Deadfall 50 Trail Race

Some of our best ideas grow out of our passions. When that happens, the good that can flow out of our efforts can often exceed...

Victim services workers praised for hard work

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter Victim services workers are the unsung champions of the justice system. Often overworked and under-appreciated they selflessly dedicate their time,...

Red dresses are visual reminders of missing and murdered aboriginal women

By Samantha Magee Fort Times Reporter With more than 1,200 aboriginal women missing or murdered in Canada in the last 30 years, advocacy groups have been...

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