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Opinion: Stop looking at the phone all the time

Opinion: Stop looking at the phone all the time

Cell phones certainly have a place, but don't use them too much.
Column: What's going on with the tip inflation?

Column: What's going on with the tip inflation?

Have you noticed how machines at restaurants and other places providing services have been changing over the past few years? First, the suggested tip percentages added a 20 per cent option, making the traditional 10 per cent tipper look cheap.
The Ruttle Report - Cancel Culture is imploding on itself

The Ruttle Report - Cancel Culture is imploding on itself

I don't believe in the practice simply because it's become far too toxic to even approach.
Opinion: How Trudeau's censorship law will impact you

Opinion: How Trudeau's censorship law will impact you

Calling Bill C-11 a censorship bill is not hyperbolae.
A Writer’s Odyssey: Fall has arrived

A Writer’s Odyssey: Fall has arrived

Fall Suppers are a time of socializing, and sharing a meal with community members.
Column: It feels like fall again

Column: It feels like fall again

For the first time in three years, this truly feels like fall in southeast Saskatchewan with no restrictions and with community events back on schedule. Opinion piece
Editorial: Celebrate the Yorkton Terriers in their 50th year

Editorial: Celebrate the Yorkton Terriers in their 50th year

If the community support is there who knows what great memories might be created in the next 50 years.
Editorial: The return of the concert to Affinity

Editorial: The return of the concert to Affinity

Good old times, Estevan is to see a big concert happening at the Affinity Place this weekend. An editorial.
Editorial: Treaty ceremony is a step towards reconciliation

Editorial: Treaty ceremony is a step towards reconciliation

A treaty, first of all, is a formal agreement between two parties, in this case the First Nations people and the Crown, or the federal government.
Opinion: Prairie tidewater port deserves more attention

Opinion: Prairie tidewater port deserves more attention

Before the end of the Canadian Wheat Board, Chruchill often handled more than 400,000 tonnes of grain in its shipping season.