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Film Rescue gets recognized internationally

Indian Head company commended by NY Times A photo lab in rural Saskatchewan has received international recognition for its assistance with revealing images that were...

‘Light the Lights Festival’ exhilarates everyone

Holiday cheer was evident throughout the Town of Indian Head last weekend when the community participated in the annual Light the Lights Festival.On Friday...

Groundbreaking held for new daycare facility

Little Castle Childcare Centre It was an exciting day for families affiliated with the Little Castle Childcare Centre as they joined board members and staff...

A Snow White Christmas, entertains audience

Stage Left Players Perform Another stellar production was put on by the Stage Left Players at the Grand Theatre in Indian Head last weekend. The...

‘Safety Showcase’provides residents with vital advice

Pharmacist, EMO, RCMP, EMS and SHA give presentations When the Indian Head Housing Authority was directed to prepare an informational session about safety for its...

Communities respond to bus rollover

Shania Twain crew bus rolls near Wolseley Icy road conditions last Wednesday led to a bus accident on Highway #1 but emergency crews responded efficiently,...

Fashion Show fundraiser held

The United Church Women (UCW) partnered with local businesses to provide an opportunity for snacking, socializing, and shopping last Saturday afternoon.More than 80 guests...

McCall Field project needs $80,000 still

Grass is growing undisturbed at McCall Field while the Broncs Football team celebrates a commendable season on the road and continues its pursuit of...

New highway intersection options presented

The Ministry of Highways is conducting another survey as part of its public engagement process for improving an interchange at Indian Head.Local commuters and...

Brown’s play ‘Life After Hockey’ brought to Wolseley

About 20 people gathered at Tilli’s Space in Wolseley on Saturday night to enjoy Ken Brown’s Life After Hockey, his hit play from this...

Provincial News

Province-wide teachers’ strike on January 16 

Saskatchewan teachers are announcing the beginning of a five-day countdown leading up to a one-day provincewide strike on Tuesday, January 16. The legal requirement...