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Letter: The 20 per cent dilemma

Letter: The 20 per cent dilemma

Why should 20 per cent of the population who do not want any restrictions run our province?
Stay clean, don’t move, touch, taste or handle anything

Stay clean, don’t move, touch, taste or handle anything

Neighbourly Advice According to Ed
Encouragement

Encouragement

Linda’s Lines: Help from others, prayer with friends – God’s encouragement abounds
Fertilizer helps plants reach optimum potential

Fertilizer helps plants reach optimum potential

Hanbidge on Horticulture: Slow-release fertilizers provide a more uniform grass growth and are therefore much less likely to burn the lawn or other plants nearby
Humboldt ministerial message: Come all of you

Humboldt ministerial message: Come all of you

What would cause someone staring eternity in the face to still shake their fist at God? The sad fact is that many people would rather grasp onto their personal sin and take it with them to the grave rather than confess it to God and have it forgiven.
Grasshoppers teach lesson in rural-urban disconnect

Grasshoppers teach lesson in rural-urban disconnect

Farmers are fewer and have little influence against the pressures exerted by urban voters
Welcome back!

Welcome back!

Prairie Wool: Before memories wash away like sand from under the swing set, I’d like to take a moment to share a few bright spots from the past year
Taxpayers still waiting for a credible plan to balance the books

Taxpayers still waiting for a credible plan to balance the books

It’s up to Canadians to ask tough questions
Bresaylor Happenings – The Leaning Church of Bresaylor

Bresaylor Happenings – The Leaning Church of Bresaylor

In 1989, a tornado moved Ste. Anne’s church off its foundation, with the doors moved four feet from the steps
Prairie Wool - You’re only as old as you feel

Prairie Wool - You’re only as old as you feel

Prairie Wool: That “old feeling” can sneak up on you