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Goal reached for Cst. Patton Memorial Park

National Police Federation donation of $10,000 helps push fundraising over $150,000 goal Local support and donations from national groups have enabled a committee in Indian...

Resident publishes ghost town book

Saskatchewan grid roads comprise 165,000 km of the provinces’ roadways and lead to many long-forgotten places. A new book, Blowing in the Wind: Ghost...

Construction to begin on new Indian Head pool

The Indian Head outdoor swimming pool is getting a makeover that will improve its accessibility and incorporate new features.The existing pool opened in 1982...

Eatery bring ‘theme nights’ to Indian Head

Last weekend, Gloria Reinosa gave her customers an opportunity to try foods, like bison stew and bannock, which are not often served in restaurants.Reinosa...

Indian Head paper changes hands

Grasslands News Group takes over from Jodi Gendron The Indian Head-Wolseley News has a new owner with Grasslands News Group taking over the long-time community...

Veteran marching across Canada over mandates

Canada Marches - James Topp lost job over vaccine mandates Right now, a retired soldier named James Topp is marching across Canada.Topp says that his...

Flags raised in spirit of reconciliation

New flagpoles fly Canadian, Saskatchewan, Treaty 4 and Métis flags Four new flagpoles stand in front of the Indian Head town office, bearing the Canadian,...

Wolseley heritage property roof to be repaired

The Town Hall in Wolseley will have its roof repaired this summer.Winnipeg architect J.H.G. Russell designed the building and it was constructed in 1906...

Councillor MacDonald elected by acclamation in Wolseley

Wolseley town council held its regular meeting on May 4 at 7 p.m. with all members present.Council noted that employee Mark Smith will receive...

Local group entered into ‘Run for the Cure’

Each person has their own reason for participating in the CIBC Run for the Cure but their goal is the same: to provide better...

Provincial News

Two arrested after stolen semi catches fire

Just after midnight on September 29, 2022, Moosomin RCMP received a report from Manitoba RCMP that a pick-up truck towing a trailer – both...

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