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Potash Open House Spurs Interest

An open house event hosted by the Gensource Potash Corporation was held recently in order to update the public on the happenings of a new potash mine project that has been developing near the Lake Diefenbaker region.

The Ruttle Report - All sides deserve a voice

I really wish Western society would stop being such a circus to the point that it compels me to call it out on its BS in the pages of this fine, superbly-written community newspaper. (Or on our new, kick-ass website.

Loreburn Kids Hustle in Bonspiel

Young students from Loreburn Central School put their rock-pushing and ice-sweeping skills to the test on Friday, February 3 at the curling rink in Strongfield when the K-6 classes held their annual 'Tin Can Bonspiel'.

Langager new Sarge in Charge

The newest face at the Outlook RCMP detachment these days is actually someone who originally called the Lake Diefenbaker area home. Sgt.

Outlook Town Council News & Notes - Jan. 25

The Outlook town council met for a scheduled meeting on Wednesday night, January 25.

The Ruttle Report - It's a minefield out there

We're certainly living in some interesting times, aren't we? A wispy-haired business mogul with a flair for the dramatic and a penchant for degrading women (sorry, I meant "locker room talk") is the President of the United States.
Blues, Bisons Host Basketball Tourneys

Blues, Bisons Host Basketball Tourneys

Both Outlook High School and LCBI were the site of some exciting basketball action last weekend, giving fans a chance to take in some hoops at either gymnasium.
Ice Hawks Fall to Bruins

Ice Hawks Fall to Bruins

In their second-to-last home game for the regular season, the Outlook Ice Hawks put up a valiant effort against the visiting Delisle Bruins on Friday night, January 13, but it wasn’t enough to put them away before the game came to an end.

Pool Receives Letter From Donor

A woman from Ontario who had come to know the late Frances McLean of Outlook recently wrote a letter to the New Pool Committee, along with a donation to the project made in memory of her departed friend.
Traffic Stats Causing Concern

Traffic Stats Causing Concern

In the eyes of SGI and RCMP across Saskatchewan, there were far too many people in the province who still made the poor decision to drive after drinking in December, despite numerous transportation options offered by SGI and its safety partners, as w