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The Fort Times is the community newspaper of Fort Qu’Appelle and surrounding area. With a readership of over 2,500 people a week, the Fort Times has been publishing weekly since 1951.

Short course for kids at Echo Ridge

Echo Ridge Golf Course and Echo Ridge Ladies Golf Club are highlighing Junior Golf in Fort Qu'Appelle. Young people from the area between the...

Free fishing for more than fun

What better way to spend a summer weekend than fishing on one of the valley’s gorgeous lakes? Saskatchewan celebrated a free fishing weekend from July...

Fort San policies aim to keep water safe

The valley is home to breathtaking scenery that you can’t find just anywhere, and one village is doing its part to keep it beautiful. The...

Cocoon Spa gives you time to relax

During the day-to-day stresses, it’s important to find time to relax. A new business in Fort Qu’Appelle is providing people with exactly that opportunity. Kerry...

Choir director resigns after 15 years

With regret and nostalgia, Fred Barker has resigned as music director of the Calling Lakes Choir after a 15-year commitment initially as a choir...

Lebret art show brightens valley with colour

Paintings filled the walls of Sacred Heart’s basement last weekend as artists showed just how inspirational the valley truly is. The Qu’Appelle Valley Artists Annual...

Okolita, Mike

Mike passed away on Sunday, May 10, 2015 at the age of 84 years. Mike is survived by his wife of 55 years, Helen;...

Senior care: how can we help?

I hate hospitals. The smell of sterilizers, the sound of machines beeping — everything sets my nerves on edge. What I hate most is...

Keys to family’s happiness

Every family deserves a home, and a Fort Qu’Appelle family was blessed with one thanks to Habitat for Humanity. Naomi Pritchard and her family —...

Little Black Bear opens new Tim Hortons

The famous Tim Hortons dark roast has a new home in the valley thanks to the hard work of Little Black Bear First Nation....

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