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Small Steps Gala Raises Big Money

One of the new holiday staple events in Outlook every December is the Christmas Gala hosted by the Small Steps Early Learning Centre, and this year’s event held on Saturday, December 10 at the Outlook Civic Centre was a rousing success that raised so

Views Change, But Christmas Still Rules

I have many Christmas memories, just like you do. The sheer amount of them are too numerous to share in one editorial, and I also don’t want to run the risk of boring you with them.
Marking the Cultures of Christmas

Marking the Cultures of Christmas

A large turnout of people at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Outlook put a holiday spotlight on the seemingly-endless number of different cultures and ethnic backgrounds that are located right in our own backyard.
Fertuck Now Missing One Full Year

Fertuck Now Missing One Full Year

As of last week, it has now been one full year since Sheree Fertuck of the Kenaston area was reported missing. Despite many search attempts, no trace of her has been found in the last twelve months.
Santa Claus Day a Holiday Hit

Santa Claus Day a Holiday Hit

There have been many Santa Claus Day events in Outlook over the years that have been enjoyable for so many people, but the 2016 edition may go down in the history books as having the most to offer and making the biggest impact from a “making memories
Christmas Grows at Mason Tree Farm

Christmas Grows at Mason Tree Farm

In my many travels that come with this line of work, there are some places that I become aware of and tuck into the back of my mind and think, “You know, that might make for a neat story one day.
Frigid Air Grips the Local Area

Frigid Air Grips the Local Area

Perhaps we were due for a bit of a cold snap after a mild end to 2016, but locals still weren’t impressed with the biting temperatures that hit much of the province last week.