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EPS Sgt. Lonsberry returns to work, just weeks after being shot during on-duty incident

EPS Sgt. Lonsberry returns to work, just weeks after being shot during on-duty incident

The 17-year member of the local police service had his first shift back with the EPS on Dec. 6, just five weeks after he was shot in the stomach and seriously injured in an incident at the EPS building on Nov. 1.
Onslow family raises $75,000 for fight against pancreatic cancer

Onslow family raises $75,000 for fight against pancreatic cancer

The organization was formed in 2007 as a non-profit foundation after Craig Schurman Condon died. In 2012 the organization was rebranded and became a registered national charity.
Kipling woman has experienced a lot in career as a paramedic

Kipling woman has experienced a lot in career as a paramedic

The amount of stress for paramedics is always increasing. Poirier acknowledged that she lives with PTSD due to the trauma and inhumanity she witnesses on every shift. She is not alone. Canadian experts put first responders in Canada subject to mental health issues at a much higher rate than the average population.
Bootcamp is coming to Carlyle in January

Bootcamp is coming to Carlyle in January

As a coach, Austin specializes in power lifting, which will be suited to the individual, and the ability they have to lift. As they progress the lifting will increase.
Rhodes Scholar focused on rural health care reform

Rhodes Scholar focused on rural health care reform

Taron Topham to study rural health at Oxford University.
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.