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Wall walks a dangerous line

Wall walks a dangerous line

Really, the only people who should be telling you how to vote are the people who are who running for office themselves.

Weak opposition – Wall?

The editor: The Saskatchewan Legislature session ended in June with Premier Brad Wall making the statement that the session was good, but added the laughable statement that the opposition party was weak in opposing the government. It would appear Mr.
Enabling conscience and horse trading

Enabling conscience and horse trading

In rural Ireland Murphy was selling chicken burgers. These became very popular based on an old family recipe. Before long Murphy began exporting to Europe. Little did anyone know he had been mixing horsemeat with the chicken.
It’s time for robotics to get a foothold on farming

It’s time for robotics to get a foothold on farming

The idea of robotics in agriculture has long intrigued me.

Summer road adventures

Sonja Herter (Korol) Former Donwell resident Whether we like it or not, the summer is slipping rather quickly away. I took some time off to pursue my own adventures although some were unexpected.
All  things considered...Play ball!

All things considered...Play ball!

It is an exciting time to be a Blue Jays fan! The team has been playing some great ball and is making a serious bid to win the American Eastern Division and become a contender in the World Series.
Former resident honoured by having park named after him

Former resident honoured by having park named after him

Dave Yakichuk was only about 16 years old when he left Canora in 1945, but he made a name for himself as a member of the Peel Regional Municipal Police, the third largest municipal police department in Canada.
Preeceville golfer wins Canora women's golf tournament

Preeceville golfer wins Canora women's golf tournament

Phyllis Paul of Preeceville shot a 92 to win the championship flite of the Canora women’s golf tournament on Saturday. There were 26 golfers participating.

Poverty reduction strategy one step closer

The Advisory Group on Poverty Reduction (AGPR) presented its final recommendations to Social Services Minister Donna Harpauer last week.

Saskatchewan small biz optimism rebounds in August; hiring plans strongest in Canada

On August 27, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released its latest monthly Business Barometer, which reveals optimism among small business owners in Saskatchewan rebounded to an index of 61.9 in August, from 54.