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FASD – Let’s talk about it

The editor: On September 9, many Saskatchewan communities were to be inviting people to barbecues, walks, or to enjoy mocktails (non-alcoholic drinks). It is FASD Awareness Day.
Half done already?

Half done already?

This morning the kids were fed and watered, followed by the obligatory photos taken on the front step which were then posted to Facebook. It was indeed, the most wonderful time of the year. The kids are back in school.
New methods needed for farmers to co-exist with wildlife

New methods needed for farmers to co-exist with wildlife

Farming and wildlife have not always had the best of relationships. It often comes down to having two realities with divergent needs. A duck needs a wetland to nest near.
Preeceville School welcomes new staff

Preeceville School welcomes new staff

Numerous changes in staffing were noted in the Preeceville School for the new school season when the doors opened on September 1. Laura Chartrand is no stranger to the school but she has joined the staff as the full time Grade 1 teacher.
SCHS puts out welcome mat for two new staff members

SCHS puts out welcome mat for two new staff members

The Sturgis Composite High School welcomed two new teachers to the staff on the fi rst day of school on September 1. Meghan Clancy of Saskatoon was hired as full-time sci-ence teacher.
Country bumpkins go to the city – and win!

Country bumpkins go to the city – and win!

Jokingly described as “country bumpkins,” the Assiniboine Golden Aces senior co-ed slo-pitch team went to Saskatoon on August 2930 for the SPN (Saskatchewan Provincial – National) tournament and returned with the B-side title.
All things considered...Having a fall out

All things considered...Having a fall out

I love the weather in autumn, especially when we are blessed with high temperatures and warm breezes. There’s something about the air in September that is so appealing. It not only feels good – but smells great as well.

Public feedback requested for review of the Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013

The Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Re-view (COR) is seeking feedback from individuals and organizations on their opinions, concerns and experiences with the workers’ compensation system either through written submissions or by attending a pub
Preeceville resident working as practicum student at KCI

Preeceville resident working as practicum student at KCI

A Preeceville woman is completing a university course requirement work-ing to the end of the year at a practicum student at the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute.
Wall walks a dangerous line

Wall walks a dangerous line

Really, the only people who should be telling you how to vote are the people who are who running for office themselves.