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Rhodes Scholar to pursue passion for plant science at Oxford

Rhodes Scholar to pursue passion for plant science at Oxford

Rachel Andres' research to focus on resilient crops.
Bringing Indigenous stories to life

Bringing Indigenous stories to life

English River First Nation poet-photographer named USask Indigenous storyteller-in-residence.
New manager for southeast health facilities

New manager for southeast health facilities

The new manager of two southeast Saskatchewan health facilities has enjoyed her work.
Shorthorn breeder continues aim to maintain breed purity

Shorthorn breeder continues aim to maintain breed purity

Acheson family has had Shorthorns since 1900.
A diversified farming career has kept Leon Dube busy

A diversified farming career has kept Leon Dube busy

Southeast Saskatchewan farmer Leon Dube reflects on his lengthy career in agriculture.
Retiring Moose Jaw treasurer likely collected over $1 billion in revenue

Retiring Moose Jaw treasurer likely collected over $1 billion in revenue

“Holy moly!” Brenda Hendrickson exclaimed about the $1-billion figure after receiving her retirement plaque. “That’s a lot of money.”
Decolonizing health care through academia

Decolonizing health care through academia

Indigenous physician Janet Tootoosis leads the way.
Cattle farm celebrates big wins at Agribition

Cattle farm celebrates big wins at Agribition

An Arcola-area farm recently enjoyed tremendous success at Canadian Western Agribition.
Speaker warns Stoughton students about the dangers of drug use

Speaker warns Stoughton students about the dangers of drug use

Students at Stoughton Central School heard a presentation recently about the consequences of drug use.
Being an on-ice hockey official is a tough job

Being an on-ice hockey official is a tough job

Being an official in today's world has both, positive and negative objectives.