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Crop report: producers wrap up harvest operations, hope for rain

Crop report: producers wrap up harvest operations, hope for rain

Minimal rain and windy conditions have reduced topsoil moisture conditions in the region and the situation is becoming very desperate for some producers.
First cross-country meet brings encouraging results for CCS

First cross-country meet brings encouraging results for CCS

A number of local runners finish in the top 10 in their age groups at the Cherrydale meet.
SaskPower expects Canora's electricity to be restored by 1 p.m.

SaskPower expects Canora's electricity to be restored by 1 p.m.

SaskPower's toll-free number is 310-2220.
Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Not a taxi service

Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Not a taxi service

RCMP received a call from a male who requested a ride from a business in Canora. The male was told the police were not a taxi service and he would have to find his own way home.
Canora and area residents enjoy chance to meet pets

Canora and area residents enjoy chance to meet pets

Pet lovers had a variety of dogs to choose from at the Paws and Claws pet adoption held at Better Than Before in Canora.
New signs and flowers eye-catching additions to Canora

New signs and flowers eye-catching additions to Canora

Funded by grant money, new cluster signs around Canora have added to community appeal.
Canora resident still drives car purchased new in 1958

Canora resident still drives car purchased new in 1958

Russell Yasinowski still has the 1958 Pontiac Pathfinder which he purchased new to "take my parents on a holiday they never had."
Crop report: harvest very close to being wrapped up in region

Crop report: harvest very close to being wrapped up in region

The main cause of crop damage this past week was hard frost, wind and lack of moisture.
History of Doukhobor elevators in the Veregin District

History of Doukhobor elevators in the Veregin District

Veregin's elevators are a reminder of the contributions of the Doukhobor Community to the early days of farming and agribusiness in Veregin and the surrounding area.
Canora resident participates in memorable visit to Belize

Canora resident participates in memorable visit to Belize

Gwen Machnee was one of the Parkland College staff members who made a recent trip to Belize to help educators and farmers explore environmentally friendly options for farmers to become more efficient and profitable.
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