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July 2016

Honey Bee receives customer loyalty award

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FRONTIER – As Honey Bee gets ready for the 2016 harvest season, the energy can be felt throughout the company. The assembly line gears up, the product support team begins their overtime shifts, and the sales & service departments start pounding the pavement, delivering and preparing headers. Last Wednesday afternoon, however, the company of 200 employees stopped for…

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One Thing

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Last Tuesday morning, I set out on foot towards a gravel road just west of Swift Current.  My aim is to condition myself and improve my overall fitness level so that I can make a 2-day hike in Prince Albert National Park without dying later this summer. But secretly, I needed to clear my mind…

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SaskWind Delivers a Plan

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SWIFT CURRENT – Saskatchewan Wind and MiEnergy collaborated to unveil their plan to bring a renewable energy project to the Rural Municipality of Swift Current July 11 at the Credit Union iPlex. The proposal is the first of its kind in North America, where the ownership would be by the “community” itself, a highly utilized…

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Improved access to the Murraydale Stampede

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It has been a long standing tradition in the southwest for over a century – the 108th annual Murraydale Stampede and Picnic will take place on July 9th and 10th, approximately 21 miles southeast of Maple Creek on the Bryson Trail. The fun will kick on Saturday with the Jackpot Team Roping. They will be drawing for partners and contestants must…

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Saskota Bowl Revenge

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MAPLE CREEK – Team Saskatchewan dominated Team North Dakota from the opening kick-off through to a 43-6 trouncing in the Saskota Bowl held in Maple Creek on Sunday afternoon. With the win Saskatchewan achieved revenge from last year’s defeat 57-35, while picking up their fifth championship all-time and improving their overall record to 5-8 in the…

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