Middlemiss, Criddle win Lions Echo Lake Road Race

Michael Middlemiss said he’d do it again. And he did. Middlemiss had already won the annual Fort Qu’Appelle Lions Club Echo Lake Road Race three...

Standing Buffalo suits up for lacrosse season

The 2019 Standing Buffalo lacrosse season is set to begin with four teams playing in the Queen City Minor Box Lacrosse League (QCMBL) and...

Last runs at Mission Ridge this weekend

The hills were alive with skiers and snowboarders who took advantage of the warm sunshine to get in some last-minute aerials and half pipes...

Hilderman generations bag three wildlife awards

Three generations of the Hilderman family, Mark, Murray and Hunter, walked away with three of the 12 trophies presented this year at the annual...

One obstacle remains for trail challengers

The Living Sky Trail Challengers (LSTC) riding club is close to wrapping up its 2018/19 Buckle Series. Just one more outing in April will...

“Deadshoe” snowshoe event

Saturday, March 9 saw brilliant sunshine, gorgeous scenery and participants filling their lungs with fresh air at Echo Valley Provincial Park. A day of snowshoeing...

Top speed of 135 mph wins drags

Donovan Nygard of Minot, N.D., at the wheel of a 1000 open mod Ski-Doo owned by Troy Bertsch, took top prize as the fastest...

Catch & release derby

Not only did he catch the most fish in three hours, but Randy Berner walked away with $1,300 in prize money for reeling in...

Manager helps sports clubs improve Rexentre

They’ve changed the light bulbs in the Rexentre and the effect is brilliant. A new lighting system was installed over the holidays and the ambiance...

Sunny day draws anglers

Reg Lowey and Greg Little call themselves fair weather fishermen because, they say, “We only come ice fishing when the weather is fair. If...

Provincial News

Scheer comments on Ethics Commissioner ruling

The Honourable Andrew Scheer, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and of the Official Opposition, released the following statement regarding the Ethics Commissioner’s ruling...