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Kitchen ready for September federal election

September 20 Incumbent is only candidate in Souris-Moose Mountain On Sunday morning, Governor General Mary Simon formally dissolved Parliament and called for an election in response...

Grenfell’s historic Windsor Block demolished

Crews began knocking down one of the oldest Masonic Halls in Saskatchewan last week. The building on the corner of Anderson Street and Front...

Historic Fort Ellice trail retraced, history relived

“You can’t get this kind of education from a car window,” says Richard Kotowich, one of about 20 people who are on a 10...

Cyclist raises funds for Wounded Warriors Canada

As a sergeant in the military, Rob Nederlof has been on three tours of duty overseas.From day to day, he supervises other mechanics at...

Ground radar collects data in search

Camp McKay and Round Lake Residential School Ochapowace First Nation has been working with ground penetrating radar at various locations in and around Camp McKay,...

‘Livin’ it up after lockdown’ kicks off weekend

The Town of Whitewood is inviting the community to ‘Livin’ it up after lockdown.’ Following month after month of restrictions due to the COVID...

Fundraising dinner planned for dialysis patient

Nobody saw it coming. Neither Wyatt Hall nor his parents, Wade and Christie Hall of Kennedy, suspected that they were about to face a...

Short film shot at Sacred Heart Church, Lebret

A short film that could be the basis for a full-length feature is being shot in Lebret, SK at Sacred Heart Church by an...

Broadview outpatient services resumed

Outpatient services resumed at the Broadview Union Hospital on Aug. 5.The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) closed the acute care and emergency departments at the...

Duo strive to hike all 24,000 km of trail

Trekking the Trans-Canada TrailOver 8,000 km already covered Dr. Sonya Richmond, former GIS Analyst and ornithological researcher, assisting in the development of Provincial Bird Atlases,...

Provincial News

Saskatchewan implementing mandatory masking, proof of vaccination

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced new measures to address health care capacity pressures caused by rising case rates, primarily driven by the unvaccinated...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021