CiB Barrel Decorating

Communities in Bloom members help create a festive atmosphere in the Heritage District on Saturday. Pictured is Judy Renas, Nola Sanderson and Sally Chant decorating the whiskey barrel in front ...

100 Years Old and Still Making Music!

Herb Duncan celebrated his 100th birthday Nov. 22 with an afternoon social and an evening jam session and dance. And of course, live music was present throughout the festivities. Duncan ...

Cobble Creek Lodge Progress

The new Cobble Creek Lodge is still a busy site. Workers were putting in water and sewer lines this week. The 40-suite hotel is expected to be complete late this ...

Legion Craft Sale

Leonard Heydlauff of Wildhorse Woods shows one of the pieces he and his wife Gloria made during the Legion craft show on Nov. 14 and ...

On the Move

Movers wait for SaskPower to lift power lines along First Avenue North as they move a barn from Morse to the south side of Maple Creek on Nov. ...

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CiB Barrel Decorating

Communities in Bloom members help create a festive atmosphere in the Heritage District on Saturday. ...

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100 Years Old and Still Making Music!

Herb Duncan celebrated his 100th birthday Nov. 22 with an afternoon social and an evening jam sessio...

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Cobble Creek Lodge Progress

The new Cobble Creek Lodge is still a busy site. Workers were putting in water and sewer lines this ...

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Legion Craft Sale

Leonard Heydlauff of Wildhorse Woods shows one of the pieces he and his wife Gloria made during the ...

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On the Move

Movers wait for SaskPower to lift power lines along First Avenue North as they move a barn from Mors...

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Flood plains study to be released next month PDF Print
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Wednesday, 26 January 2011 22:20

By Marcia Love
The flood plains study for the Maple Creek area is expected to be presented to the town in February.
A rough draft of the study, which was conducted by Water Resource Consultants Ltd. of Regina on behalf of the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority (SWA) and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), was presented to both parties earlier this month for review.

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$20 million for flood prevention PDF Print
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Monday, 24 January 2011 22:01

By Marcia Love
Maple Creek may soon see assistance from the province in preventing future flooding.
Premier Brad Wall said on Jan. 19 the government is looking at addressing the concern for spring flooding by building dams, berms and other temporary fixes in communities throughout Saskatchewan.

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Elhard will run again in next election PDF Print
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Monday, 24 January 2011 21:59

By Marcia Love
Cypress Hills MLA Wayne Elhard will run for re-election as the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for the constituency in this year’s election.

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Dangerous driving conditions PDF Print
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Monday, 24 January 2011 22:00

By Marcia Love
Blowing snow and icy roads made for difficult driving throughout the Southwest over the weekend.
Maple Creek RCMP received reports of two vehicles skidding off the Trans-Canada Highway on Friday morning.

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Move over Environment Canada, we’ve got the spleen forecast PDF Print
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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 22:42

By Marcia Love
Get ready for a snowy winter and wet spring.
According to Jeff Woodward’s pig spleen forecast, southwest Saskatchewan is in for above-average precipitation this winter and spring.

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