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Unified Grassroots – reminding us who we are

Often, the most important work that we do, might be something we did not expect (or want) to be called upon to do.The work...

Public health orders extended to February 28

Saskatchewan’s current public health orders will be extended to February 28, 2022.Under the current public health orders, masking is mandatory in all indoor public...

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...

$40 billion First Nation compensation coming

The Government of Canada announced this week that Agreements-in-Principle have been reached in relation to compensation for those harmed by discriminatory underfunding of First...

Indian Head Twinkle Tour winners announced

Community votes have been tallied for Indian Head’s Twinkle Tour. There were thirty-eight entries for this year’s Christmas lights contest. The town office provided...

Weekend fire destroys home on Ochapowace

Woman taken to hospital; firefighters rescue pets A fire completely destroy a house on the Ochapowace First Nation last Sunday morning which left a family...

Indigenous lodge where grandchildren are at the centre

The cultural room at Bert Fox Community High School in Fort Qu’Appelle has a new name.The student population of Bert Fox is about seventy...

Jim Halford inducted into Ag Hall of Fame

By Beth Halford On Nov. 21, Jim Halford of Indian Head, Sask. was inducted into the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame at a ceremony in...

Chair yoga ‘a union of mind, body and breath’

Friends and Neighbours: Gale Bobbee By Allison Kidd As if COVID-19 hadn’t caused enough problems, Gale Bobbee returned to leading chair yoga classes at the Heritage...

1950s Rockets rejuvenate ball display

Indian Head Museum The Indian Head Museum has taken advantage of facility closures initially caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to complete some renovations.The historic fire...

Provincial News

Firearm discharged during armed robbery in Cupar

On January 22, 2022 at approximately 7:30 p.m., Southey RCMP received a report of an armed robbery at a business on Stanley Street in Cupar,...