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Kipling council approves new community garden location

Mayor Pat Jackson and all councillors took part in the October meeting of Kipling Town Council, which took place on Tuesday, Oct. 12.ReportsThe report...

Grasslands News launches new Kipling newspaper

Kipling and area once again has their own community newspaper with the launch of the first issue of the Kipling Clipper. The subscription-based newspaper will...

Canadian work in Afghanistan was all for not

A veteran of the war in Afghanistan who grew up in Fort Qu’Appelle, Master Cpl. (Ret’d) Tom Boxhall, says in spite of the Taliban...

Local First Nations mark Truth and Reconciliation

Cowessess and Ochapowace Stories of pain and sorrow mingled with hope for healing and a brighter future during a gathering on local area First Nations...

Two local area tradespersons receive awards

Each year, the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) presents awards to apprentices, new journeypersons, employers, instructors and other apprenticeship stakeholders, for their...

New ‘Tow Away Zone’ bylaw upsets Mission Ridge

A new bylaw in Fort Qu’Appelle, that now authorizes vehicles parked along the north side of Sioux Avenue to be towed away and impounded,...

Kipling School has 11 positive COVID-19 cases

Last week, that invisible enemy that our kind has been battling for over a year and a half, took aim at the heart of...

Fort Q. Communites in Bloom receives ‘Spirit Award’

Communities In Bloom (CIB) has received the Community Spirit Award for its efforts to make Fort Qu’Appelle more attractive to visitors. But a panel...

Firefighters converge in Melville for training

Close to 200 firefighters from across Saskatchewan converged in Melville last weekend to take part in the Saskatchewan Volunteer Firefighters Association (SVFFA) fall fire...

Melville Remembrance Day to be virtual event

Remembrance Day is a time to remember reverently the sacrifices made by our Veterans, their families and those affected by all the world wars...

Provincial News

COVID-19 tests can be booked online

As of November 30, 2021 the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s  Patient Booking System can be used to book a COVID-19 test online. Online booking is available...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021