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Blessing reminds graduates to ‘Be your own greatest cheerleader’

Blessing reminds graduates to ‘Be your own greatest cheerleader’

Pastor Mavis Watson told the Canora Composite School graduates, “The light is green! So keep going no matter what. Trust that life will bring you companions to walk this path with you, to cheer you on, to encourage you, and to help you when you need it."
Grads honoured for achievements, awarded scholarships

Grads honoured for achievements, awarded scholarships

Canora Composite School graduates receive scholarships for a variety of areas of future education.
CCS principal encourages grads to celebrate accomplishments

CCS principal encourages grads to celebrate accomplishments

After up to 13 years together, Canora Composite School graduates gathered as a group for one last time to celebrate, together with Princiipal Kim Eiteneier.
Graduation day celebrated at Canora’s King George Park

Graduation day celebrated at Canora’s King George Park

Canada Day parade brings together Invermay and area residents

Canada Day parade brings together Invermay and area residents

The Canada Day parade, led by the Invermay Fire Department, started at the curling rink and continued downtown, and then back to the setup site.
Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Expensive tastes

Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Expensive tastes

RCMP received a complaint that a $200 bottle of liquor was stolen from the Canora Co-op Liquor Store. Police continue to investigate
Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Courts deal with varied cases, from murder to COVID challenge
Agriculture can play role in reconciliation: chief

Agriculture can play role in reconciliation: chief

Cowessess First Nation farms 5,000 acres of grain and has approximately 150 cattle.
Growing conditions improve slightly for crops, spotty rain

Growing conditions improve slightly for crops, spotty rain

Rains were spotty across the region and did not result in large amounts of precipitation, but producers have noted a positive response from crops.
Good Spirit Cross Country Ski Club prepares for next winter

Good Spirit Cross Country Ski Club prepares for next winter

The Good Spirit Cross Country Ski Club held its annual wood cutting and splitting bee on June 5.