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Editorial Cartoon

Greenhouse advice

Greenhouse advice

I once saw a poster that showed a lovely little flower growing through a crack in a concrete sidewalk. The caption read "Beautiful things are seldom easy.
Humans may have loaded the bases

Humans may have loaded the bases

Humanity is facing a challenge unlike any we've ever had to confront. We are in an unprecedented period of change. Exponential growth is causing an already huge human population to double in shorter and shorter time periods.
Editorial - Veterans deserve remembering

Editorial - Veterans deserve remembering

The Royal Canadian Legion General Alexander Ross Branch #77 conducted the annual Decoration Day Parade and Ceremony Monday evening in the city.
Sharing the wealth can be tricky

Sharing the wealth can be tricky

Just who gets to share in Saskatchewan's prosperity is a question that may be somewhat trickier than it seems. The short and easy answer is that we all should share in it equally. That would seem to be the fairest answer for everyone.
Don't mess with this guy's recipe

Don't mess with this guy's recipe

The Preacher believes that no one (including his wife) should mess with the ingredients in a recipe. Doing so means he may find "foreign objects" in his dinner or dessert. Corn, nuts or beans, for starters. Foreign objects irritate his baloopa gland.
Letter to the Editor - York Lake Road issue

Letter to the Editor - York Lake Road issue

Dear Editor: Has anybody had the displeasure of driving down York Lake Road recently? How do you think the people who live on the road feel when they have to try to dodge all the potholes and broken pavement several times a day.
'Rider veterans facing rookie pressure

'Rider veterans facing rookie pressure

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are about set to embark on a new season and it appears as though there may be a few veterans who will have to take a good look over their respective shoulders.
Choose the road that leads home

Choose the road that leads home

The road to hell, say the sages, is paved with good intentions. Heaven's streets, croons an old song, are paved with gold. Where I live, most of the roads aren't paved at all. Main Street was once paved - still is, around the pot-holes.
Society planning road trip

Society planning road trip

"She was a 'Blushing Lady' named 'Angelique', a 'Perfect Lady' from 'High Society'. His name was 'Monsella'; he arrived in town from 'Barcelona'.