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EYE ON THE BALL - Stressing over the pigskin and pennant race

EYE ON THE BALL - Stressing over the pigskin and pennant race

CFL weekly wrap: Not to suggest that Stephen Jyles is a polished CFL quarterback yet, but I firmly recall watching dozens of Rider practices adjacent to Mosaic Stadium while both Durant and Jyles were holding clipboards and learning from a guy who ca

Support farmers' monopoly too

Dear Editor It's great to see Premier Wall standing up for Saskatchewan's interests by expressing concern over the Potash Corp takeover bid by BHP Billiton Limited.

Attack ads make us all losers

Dear Editor The next Saskatchewan election has been set for Nov. 7, 2011. Unless I'm even worse in math than I think, that's over a year away. But I'm already seeing pure election ads on TV. What's going on? The Sask.

Child birth experiences basis of thesis

Dear Editor I am seeking information from your readership in order to complete my masters degree at the University of Regina. The subject of my thesis is infant and maternal mortality in early 20th century Saskatchewan.
Another element of the game

Another element of the game

The past week produced plenty of major stories in the professional sports world - the NFL season started, Nadal won the U.S.

Revisit recycling program

The Town of Battleford is urging us to take a look at what we toss into the trash by declaring a designated Waste Reduction Week in October.
Ultimate up sell debunked

Ultimate up sell debunked

Story:I was looking at the Sears flyer the other day when I did a double take. There was an HDMI cable, the type of cable you need to connect your cable box or Blu-ray to high definition TVs these days, on sale.
Recognize volunteers with a tax break

Recognize volunteers with a tax break

A new season is just beginning. It's more of a new year for those of us who are connected to the school system than the changing of the calendar in the middle of winter and already the action has started.
September at the movies

September at the movies

Summer movie season is officially over and September is upon us - an appropriate time, I think, to look back and look forward at what has been going on in the world of movies.

Religion and a rifled musket

Comment and History from a Prairie Perspective