Feds gives CBS funds to improve organ donations

One organ and tissue donor can benefit more than 75 people and save up to eight lives. With more than 4,400 people in Canada...

Goats attend Grayson School

No kidding! When students at Grayson School are kidding around in the classroom, they’re not goofing off; they’re developing a greater sense of responsibility and...

Council will reconsider agenda document embargo

City council may lift the embargo that often requires news media to delay reporting on workshop meetings until background documents are adopted, sometimes weeks...

MADD shows how impaired driving puts tomorrows at risk

Tomorrow is never guaranteed when someone makes the choice to drive impaired. That is the powerful message being seen by Saskatchewan students during the latest...

Help the Mounties name Musical Ride foals

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police needs your help naming foals that may be part of the Musical Ride one day. The winning names will be...

Prairie Co-op’s growth bodes well for success

Prairie Co-op members heard last week how the co-op’s presence in the community and its relationship with Canadian producers has helped to improve the...

Budget shows Sask. has turned a corner — MLA

On schedule, the Saskatchewan Party government has tabled a balanced budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year. Finance Minister Donna Harpauer presented her budget in the...

Lt.-Gov. Molloy speaks with Lemberg students

In his first year of service as lieutenant governor, Thomas Molloy has enjoyed travelling throughout Saskatchewan, meeting people in communities big and small. His Honor’s...

Green Party’s May says we’re out of time

Just as Canadians mobilized to save Europe and the world from Fascism in the Second World War, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said that’s...

City hikes taxes 3.68%

‘Progressive’ budget Mayor Walter Stree-lasky believes the budget city council approved at a special meeting March 14 is both progressive, yet not too burdensome on...

Provincial News

Barricaded man arrested after two hour stand-off

On April 16, 2019 at 10:30am Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP responded to a complaint of break and enter into outbuildings located just south of the town of...