Lind Taken in the Second Round of the NHL Draft by Vancouver

Shaunavon native selected 33rd overall BY KEVIN BAIN Kelowna Rockets forward Kole Lind had his name called on Saturday morning during round two of the NHL Entry draft in Chicago.Lind was selected 33rd overall in the second round of the draft by the Vancouver Canucks. Lind was selected 33rd overall in the second round of… Keep Reading


Yesteryear Chronicles – Diamond Jubilee Issue

BY KATE WINQUIST Saskatchewan to us is part of our lives – too ‘every day’ to question. Most of us are here because our parents or grandparents responded to the call of adventure and opportunity. And here we remain and accept without much thought the glorious sunsets, the friendliness, the opportunity to build and develop,… Keep Reading


June 30, 2016

I was going through some photos from last year to celebrate the Summer Solstice today. Once I got to this one, I knew it was the picture that needed to be featured. It’s one of the last photos of the Clarendon Hotel that I captured with my camera. – Kate Keep Reading


Gwenda May Casey

CASEY – Gwenda May Casey (Sherwood Park, Alberta) passed away on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. She is survived by her two daughters, Diana Dimmock and Laurel Dimmock (Bodhi Kimber); and her two grandchildren, Ryder and Tierney; her loving partner, Dale Wells; her father, Keith Casey; her brother, Doug (Lisa) Casey and his children, Matt and… Keep Reading


Chautauqua Performing Arts Festival Celebrates 10th Year

The Lyric Theatre is once again preparing for the Chautauqua Performing Arts Festival which runs July 6th, 7th, and 8th. This year, the festival focusses on talent close to home with four performing troupes coming from Saskatoon, Lethbridge, and Calgary with an addition of one production coming in from Los Angeles. Lastly, there will be an… Keep Reading


École Boréale wins Canada-wide contest

École Boréale in Ponteix continues to shine, and this time beyond the borders of Saskatchewan. On May 21st, the school was chosen as the first place winner in the Canada-wide Desjardins Contest. École Boréale’s project was chosen out of all projects presented by schools across Canada! The school won a $7,000 prize for a mural… Keep Reading


It’s wrong to impose the PST on insurance premiums

A tax on responsibility is an irresponsible tax. Premier Brad Wall is planning to charge the PST on insurance premiums. That will punish Saskatchewan families and businesses for taking responsibility to prepare for tough times. The premier has always said he’ll acknowledge mistakes and reverse them. This is a huge mistake. Saskatchewan families should do… Keep Reading


Cypress Board Approves 2017/18 Operating Budget

2017/18 Budget includes $144.1 million in operations, $17.8 million in capital The Cypress Regional Health Authority (CRHA) has approved the Region’s 2017/18 operating and capital budgets. The approvals were made during the Authority’s regular monthly board meeting on May 31. The 2017/18 operating budget totals $144.1 million and continues the Region’s focus on delivering safe,… Keep Reading

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