The muffin, the finger and the doctor

Some of my proudest feats so far in life are the fact that at 37 years of age, I had yet to break a...

When “I’m sorry” doesn’t cut it

If nothing else, Rob Ford’s sincere “sorry” doesn’t seem to have cut it, if nothing else than because his actions aren’t supporting his words. The...

Holiday Train making stops in Broadview & Moosomin Friday

A brightly decorated train with 10,000 Christmas lights and approximately 1,000 feet in length will be rolling through town this week as the CPR...

Division receives money to help deal with growth

The Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) is one of eight school divisions in Saskatchewan that is receiving a mid-year boost to their funding to...

Sask. debt bad, but not 1980’s bad

Falling resource revenue and rising debt in the mid-year 2012-13 budget update will be unnerving for some of you that have been around for...

Run ends for Aviva grant for waterpark

Hopes for a big win of  Aviva Community Fund grant monies were dashed when the Pool Your Pennies fundraising project learned that they had...

Blazin’ Billy Hamilton will spark Reds

Cincinnati Reds are a team on the fast track to success. They’ve started to win championships, have on their roster a pitcher, Aroldis Chapman, who...

Sask. Speaker to hold Mock Parliament on Cowessess First Nation

The Honourable Dan D'Autremont, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, will visit Grade 10, 11 and 12 Students from Cowessess Community Educational Centre...

Wilmot, Cheryl

Cheryl Anne Wilmot, of Carnduff, was born in Grenfell, Sask. on March 19, 1957 to Yvon and Eileen Gatin. She grew up in Whitewood,...

It’s time to replace the Indian Act

Dear Editor: Hundreds of thousands First Nations people live in Canada and they deserve better than to be shackled by the failed colonial and paternalistic...

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