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The election outlook for the 14 Saskatchewan seats

The election outlook for the 14 Saskatchewan seats

John Cairns' News Watch - Only a few battlegrounds at this point
Letter: Electoral priority

Letter: Electoral priority

Is our electoral system our problem?
Selnes: Riders continue a strong start

Selnes: Riders continue a strong start

The last time the Roughriders had a start this strong was in 2013 when they won the Grey Cup in Regina.
Humboldt ministerial message: You choose how to fill the cup of life

Humboldt ministerial message: You choose how to fill the cup of life

When life happens and shakes you up, whatever is inside of you is going to spill out. Let us work at filling our cups with gratitude, forgiveness, kindness and compassion for others so that what spills out is loving and life-giving. 
Care of the lawn in fall a great investment

Care of the lawn in fall a great investment

Hanbidge on Horticulture: Controlling weeds, fertilizing, renovation and even seeding of lawns is easier and more successful beginning right about now
We are born crying, live complaining, and die too soon or too late

We are born crying, live complaining, and die too soon or too late

Neighbourly Advice According to Ed
Bresaylor Happenings - The 1918 Influenza Pandemic

Bresaylor Happenings - The 1918 Influenza Pandemic

Visitor from Ontario shares experience
Selnes: Melfort’s Ferland ‘fit in well’ in first Riders game

Selnes: Melfort’s Ferland ‘fit in well’ in first Riders game

According to Rider coach Craig Dickenson, Logan Ferland, a rookie from Melfort, Logan fit in well in his first game with the CFL team.
Humboldt ministerial message: How to quench spiritual thirst

Humboldt ministerial message: How to quench spiritual thirst

The power of thirst is something that cannot be ignored. If the power of physical thirst can be so impactful on the human body then how much more would spiritual thirst be to the soul of a person?
Aphids: the garden’s reproduction wonder kids

Aphids: the garden’s reproduction wonder kids

Hanbidge on Horticulture: Within about a week, the newly born aphid becomes a reproducing adult that can then produce up to five offspring per day for up to 30 days.