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Wake-A-Thon fundraiser ear-marked for Ukraine

They are proof that you do not have to be ‘big’ – to make a big difference.Denise Singleton (Principal - Kennedy-Langbank School) says that...

Bronc riders polish their rodeo skills

Choosing to climb onto the back of a horse (that is determined to remove you from their back) and attempting to stay on that...

Make a Splash at the outdoor swimming pools

Outdoor swimming pools will soon open for the summer.GrenfellThe swimming pool at the Grenfell Recreational Park (GRP) has traditionally opened on June 1 but...

You know when you’ve been ‘Flocked’ in Kipling

Kipling resident Duane Leicht reported that a flock of rather large pink flamingos unexpectedly appeared on his lawn last weekend.He noted that the arrival...

The enemy within: one woman’s battle with Lyme Disease

Renee Lupien-Smulan has learned a great deal about Lyme Disease. None of the knowledge she’s gained about the disease has offered much comfort. Yet Lupien-Smulan understands...

Rodeo school to take place this weekend

There will be some unique rodeo action taking place at the Rodeo Grounds in Kennedy this long weekend, as a group of young bareback...

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...

Adaptive sports clinic held in Indian Head

Indian Head residents experienced the excitement of shooting hoops while sitting in a wheelchair and scoring a goal while strapped to a sledge during...

Provincial News

Untreated sewer bypass warning issued for Whitewood, Stockholm and Rocanville

The communities of Whitewood, Stockholm, Rocanville, Saskatoon, Weyburn and Sedley Whitewood and their surrounding areas recently received heavy rainfall in a short period of...