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An afternoon in Ol' Blue

An afternoon in Ol' Blue

I spent the afternoon with High Grade truck driving instructor Marv Diebel and first time driver, Donna Moore, as she practised driving around North Battleford before going for her class 1A license.
The next step for Allen Sapp

The next step for Allen Sapp

New curator aims to have Sapp in textbooks
Storytelling and site seeing in Newfoundland

Storytelling and site seeing in Newfoundland

If I was telling the story with my eyes I would start with the rows of coloured houses, if I was telling the story with my taste buds I would start with the fried cod and pork scrunchions, if I was telling the story with my hips I would start with th
Riding the street sweeper

Riding the street sweeper

As a reporter, I get to do something new every day, whether it is covering the news in court, being at a political event, touring a new power plant being built or covering a fire. July 22, I did something extraordinarily different.
Chapel Gallery hosts touring exhibition

Chapel Gallery hosts touring exhibition

The Chapel Gallery is proud to host "Field Day" - an exhibition of the work of Augustus Kenderdine. The collection of 19 landscape pieces includes works using watercolour, oil and charcoal.

Two decades of Ness Creek

In 1991 the Ness Creek Music festival was held over two days, had seven bands and only 200 people. In 1989 and 1990 an ecological fair was held near today's festival site. This year the Ness Creek Music Festival marked two decades.
Artist inspired by environment

Artist inspired by environment

Chris Hodge, a transplant from Ontario, uses acrylics, watercolours, metal sculpture and mixed media to interpret the prairie landscape. He sees a depth in the simplicity of the landscape and uses various methods to recreate this view in his work.
Writing not for faint of heart

Writing not for faint of heart

After three and a half years of drafts, edits, and doubts, the result of these frustrations has been printed, bound, and shipped to book stores.
Summer School nurtures talent

Summer School nurtures talent

If talent had a semi-solid form, it would have oozed from between the very bricks of North Battleford's Third Avenue United Church last week.
Arm wrestling the wind

Arm wrestling the wind

I've been wishing for the call for a couple of years. I wasn't waiting by the phone, but every summer I hoped to get a chance to go on a real canoe trip.