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. ...

Montgomery International Competition Win

Dale Montgomery and his dogs Ben, left, and Sue take a well-deserved break. The local dog handler competed with both dogs at the Farmfair International Stock Dog Competition in Edmonton ...

Giving Honour

Royal Canadian Legion member Walter Arnold lays a wreath at the cenotaph as veteran Lester Nickel salutes. Arnold has been involved with the Legion for about 20 years, and Nickel ...

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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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Montgomery International Competition Win

Dale Montgomery and his dogs Ben, left, and Sue take a well-deserved break. The local dog handler co...

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Giving Honour

Royal Canadian Legion member Walter Arnold lays a wreath at the cenotaph as veteran Lester Nickel sa...

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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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2011 pig spleen forecast is in! PDF Print
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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 22:40

Jeff Woodward’s pig spleen forecast for the first six months of 2011 is in. In light of his amazingly accurate forecast last year, readers will be interested in following his 2011 forecast. So clip it out and stick it on your refrigerator for reference in planning outings and tracking its accuracy over the next few months!

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Anderson speaks out against court ruling PDF Print
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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 22:29

By Marcia Love
Cypress Hills-Grasslands MP David Anderson is not pleased with the Saskatchewan government’s announcement that it will accept the Court of Appeal’s ruling requiring marriage commissioners to perform civil marriage ceremonies for all couples, including same-sex couples.

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Ahner honoured with lifetime SAGA membership PDF Print
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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 22:28

By Monique Massiah
On Jan. 9, local agronomist Irene Ahner accepted an honourary life membership from the Saskatchewan Agricultural Graduates Association (SAGA) at the association’s 76 annual reunion in Saskatoon.

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Water levels a concern PDF Print
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Monday, 17 January 2011 22:46

By Marcia Love
With concerns about possible flooding this spring, town officials and residents living near creeks are keeping a close eye on water levels this winter.

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