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Motherwell and RSO close out summer in style

The Motherwell Homestead was alive with the sounds of the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) last weekend on a record-setting day that saw 2,500 visitors. The...

Artists Shelley Miller creates a living quilt

Artist Shelley Miller is calling her latest “homemade” artwork a success. Miller, formerly from Melville, used city residents to create a living quilt for her...

Lake residents concerned over water diversion

Saskatchewan’s water systems impact the lives of every person in the province and one group of residents is not pleased with a proposed water...

Sask. gov’t. named in lawsuit for Bonneau’s death

The parents of the six-year-old boy who was beaten to death on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation while in foster care have now filed a...

Sask.’s role in war discussed at Motherwell

The Motherwell Homestead saw and heard a great deal of Canadian war history on Aug. 15. During their binding and stoking day, Bill Waiser, author...

Gov’t planning new $8M Crooked Lake dam

One of the highlights of the Water Security Agency Report for 2015-16 is the development of a plan for a new dam at Crooked...

Balcarres building war memorial park

Over 100 years ago, Canada joined Great Britain in what would later be known as the Great War. Many men left Saskatchewan to join...

Benefit cabaret for homeless Langs

When Mike and Leni Lang lost their home to fire at Crooked Lake on Aug. 2, it didn’t take long for folks in the...

Students answer bell for Macdonald School reunion

Macdonald School in Stockholm was the scene of a 50-year reunion on Aug. 1 with a good portion of former students in attendance to...

Yorkton field day heavy on research projects

Growing season has been rough due to lack of rain, but things are looking up in Yorkton. The third annual Parkland College/East Central Research Foundation...

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...