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My Outlook - Citius, Altius, Fortius

The first weekend in July was supposed to be fence staining days at our house but the extreme heat put an end to those plans. Instead, we dove into a storage area and sorted through tubs of belongings.

Starfighter project seeks to honour memory of Birsay pilot

A unique opportunity has presented itself for the memory of a fallen pilot to be honoured in the Lake Diefenbaker area.

Fundraiser created for family of Lake Diefenbaker drowning victim

The family, friends and community of a Central Butte man, identified as Eric Tourond, who vanished under the waters of Lake Diefenbaker on Canada Day are mourning his sudden loss.

The Ruttle Report - The power that movies have is always gripping

So how have you been spending your summer? Going on a vacation? Heading down or up to the lake? Busy mowing the lawn? Excitedly throwing your mask in the trash as we passed July 11 here in Saskatchewan, meaning no more COVID-related restrictions? Hey

My Outlook - Dumbo had it going on

The MC was someone I knew well so when he introduced me by saying I have really big ears, I didn’t take offense.

My Outlook - Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens

Quite some time ago, during week 11 of lockdown, I asked you to join me in a sing-a-long. With the passing of many months since then, I thought it might be a good time to join in song once again.

The Ruttle Report - We're almost

There's reason to celebrate these days, my friends.

Town of Outlook issues official Budget highlights

The Town of Outlook's 2021 Budget has been released, and a surplus of just over $200,000 is expected while a tax increase of 1.28% is anticipated. Provided with a copy of the numbers, we break down the budgetary figures to give you a detailed look.

Outlook town council news & notes - June 23

The town council of Outlook met for a regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, June 23.

VIDEO - First Nations dancer wows Outlook Canada Day audience

The highlight for many during Outlook's Canada Day celebrations on July 1 may have been the skillful and eye-grabbing dancing on display courtesy of Indigenous artist Terrance Littletent, who held the audience at the Jim Kook Rec Plex in the palm of