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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
The Ruttle Report: Getting vocal about local

The Ruttle Report: Getting vocal about local

How’s that old saying go again? ‘You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone’? That phrase can be applied to many situations, and when I think about the rural landscape and where we call home, I believe it more than applies to the small town busin
Tragedy strikes local farm family

Tragedy strikes local farm family

It was sometime after midnight Friday, January 20 that Gordon and Susan Martens were awakened to find their downstairs bedroom filling with smoke. They didn’t know what had awakened them but later Susan thought it might have been the smoke alarm.

Outlook Town Council News & Notes - Jan. 11

The Outlook town council met for a scheduled meeting on Wednesday night, January 11.
MP Block Talks Issues On Tour

MP Block Talks Issues On Tour

With the Canadian political landscape being such a battlefield of opinions, viewpoints and mud-slinging back and forth between the biggest figureheads in the game, perhaps it was more than a little refreshing for constituents in the Carlton Trail-Eag
Couple Starts Sober Driving Service

Couple Starts Sober Driving Service

A young entrepreneurial couple from Outlook is hoping to reduce the number of impaired drivers out on rural Saskatchewan roads and highways by way of offering people a safe ride home.
Dance Raises Money for New Pool

Dance Raises Money for New Pool

As people rang in 2017 by dancing the night away at the Outlook Civic Centre on the night of December 31, they were also contributing to the community’s initiative for a new swimming pool facility.

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.