December 18, 2018 6.8°C


Silently Falling Truth

Posted on February 9, 2017

By Madonna Hamel “If you love the truth, seek silence.” That’s what St. Isaac of Syria said. He was one of many hermits, ascetics and… Read More »

The impact of concussions felt by the rodeo community

Posted on January 27, 2017

The rodeo community lost the talented Canadian bull rider Ty Pozzobon. Following numerous head injuries, it’s believed Pozzobon succumbed to post-concussion depression. He ended his… Read More »

Wayne’s World: Moving quickly in 2017

Posted on January 24, 2017

By Wayne Litke The month of January is almost history, so let’s take a quick look at a few things that have been going on.… Read More »

The Week We Meet to Say Goodbye

Posted on January 24, 2017

By Madonna Hamel Tonight we gather for prayers at the church, to honour Theresa Laturnus: friend, mom, wife, janitor, singer, dancer, deliverer of birthday, anniversary,… Read More »

Here and There: Sleeping in the snow without a tent, why not?

Posted on January 19, 2017

By Dominique Liboiron In last week’s column, I wrote about “Lost Land of the Caribou”, a book by Ed Theriau that describes his experience trapping… Read More »

One health board may be better

Posted on January 17, 2017

By Murray Mandryk There are some things about the proposed changes to health governance in Saskatchewan that rural people might not like. Or at least,… Read More »

Mutual Blessings

Posted on January 17, 2017

By Madonna Hamel Kathy stands beside me telling me over and over: “I just am so blessed, I feel so… blessed. I don’t know what… Read More »

Get More Maple Creek News
Log In To Comment Latest Paper Subscribe