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VIDEO - Town of Outlook rings in Canada Day 2021

It was a return to normalcy after far too long in the town of Outlook as the community got out and celebrated Canada Day festivities on a toasty warm July 1.

Longtime umpire Drury recognized by Outlook peers

A dedicated and longtime official in baseball was surprised by some recognition he received from the Outlook River Hawks last week.

The Ruttle Report - This year, Canada Day means so much more

I couldn't be happier to see that one of the most prideful and boisterous days of the year is making its rightful return in 2021. We know it as Canada Day. Or maybe you just go with 'July 1st'.

My Outlook - Too good to pass up

It just looked and smelled so good. Pink, billowy, fluffy cotton candy. As it was being freshly spun in the huge tub I couldn’t stop my mouth from watering. I tried to talk myself out of buying it because I find it difficult to eat.

Cartoon - 'A Different Kind of Canada Day' (VIDEO)

Drawing an editorial cartoon or illustration for Canada Day is usually fun, and most of the time, without controversy.
Parade salutes graduates from Outlook High School

Parade salutes graduates from Outlook High School

For the third Friday after school in a row, The Outlook was on-site as a graduating class was honored by their parents, teachers, friends and well-wishers with a community parade.
Public meeting on future Elbow facility a 'mixed bag'

Public meeting on future Elbow facility a 'mixed bag'

Depending on who you spoke with following a public meeting held in Elbow concerning the community's future Line 19 Multiplex, the informational gathering may have been something of a mixed bag.

Man sentenced in crime spree that touched local area

A man who went on a crime spree throughout rural Saskatchewan last year, including two local communities, received his sentence on Thursday, June 17.

Setting academic goals leads to valedictory honor for Outlook student

She set out to attain a high average throughout high school. Goal set. Goal accomplished. In doing so, Belle Simonson distinguished herself by being named Outlook High School Class of 2021 valedictorian.
LCBI Co-Valedictorians continue family legacy

LCBI Co-Valedictorians continue family legacy

Since their lives have been connected from the very beginning, it is fitting that twin sisters Natalie and Mikaela Rude have been named co-valedictorians for LCBI’s class of 2021.