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Roughriders truly represent the province

Roughriders truly represent the province

This week I'm going to talk about the Saskatchewan Roughriders and what they mean to the province.
Former CFLers can't quite make the cut in NFL

Former CFLers can't quite make the cut in NFL

As far as Canadian Football goes, the Labour Day weekend is often the most anticipated weekend of the regular season.
New strategies needed to promote neighbourhood wellness

New strategies needed to promote neighbourhood wellness

Dear Editor This is an invitation to the people of the Battlefords to join us in celebration of neighbourhood wellness. Sept. 11, from noon to 5 p.m.
Skittish about another rain week

Skittish about another rain week

Story:The weather this summer has made me skittish. After downpours that have flooded Maple Creek, Saskatoon, Yorkton and North Battleford, I get nervous when we get a lot of rain here in Estevan.
To keep going demands a price

To keep going demands a price

The two oldest granddaughters recently returned from nearly two months of summer training and adventure through the Army Cadet Camp they attended in Whitehorse, N.W.T.
My eye is on the Steelers in the NFL's AFC

My eye is on the Steelers in the NFL's AFC

Lots of folks want to write off the Steelers just because Big Ben will be missing the first four weeks, but they won't be facing many Super Bowl contenders and remain the only real alternative to Indianapolis to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl.
Attaining goals means accepting change

Attaining goals means accepting change

So, I walked into my financial advisor's office the other day to get advice on how to save $5,000 over the next six months.
Getting out of and avoiding debt

Getting out of and avoiding debt

Did you know the average Canadian has five credit cards? This includes the traditional credit cards and also cards like HBC, Best Buy, Citi Financial and so on.
BridgeFest 2 rocks the flats

BridgeFest 2 rocks the flats

Our community is identified by many as "the Battlefords" and last weekend's BridgeFest illustrated why that inclusive term is no misnomer.
Private services address health care bottleneck

Private services address health care bottleneck

Aug. 30, the earth moved in Saskatchewan. In the home of Tommy Douglas, the Saskatchewan Party government announced they would be farming out certain day surgeries to clinics outside of a hospital setting.