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Golfers have fun, raise money for Golden South Childcare

Golfers have fun, raise money for Golden South Childcare

All of the fundraising is going towards the childcare crisis and providing a safe environment for local children and community.
Crop report: SW farmers now have 5% of 2022 crop harvested

Crop report: SW farmers now have 5% of 2022 crop harvested

. Producers in the region have voiced concern over the availability of feed and the high cost of acquiring feed for the winter.
Column: Important to prevent additional pressure on ERs

Column: Important to prevent additional pressure on ERs

A crowded emergency room is nothing new in Saskatchewan, but veteran physicians say the current crisis has been harder and longer than any they remember.
Where I Stand: If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride

Where I Stand: If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride

Today, in the midst of this global pandemic we find ourselves in, integrity is often a quality that is sorely lacking.
Willow Bunch marks important 150+two celebration

Willow Bunch marks important 150+two celebration

“We waited a long time to celebrate our 150th but it was worth it. Every event — from the parade to the spectacular fireworks, car show, entertainment, tractor pull, and delicious meals — was a great success."
Premier Scott Moe attends town hall forum in Assiniboia

Premier Scott Moe attends town hall forum in Assiniboia

Premier Moe suggested that meetings such as this — where government listens to people’s opinions and concerns — are important in aiding his government to plan a more effective strategy for the future.
Willow Bunch celebrates 150 years with three days of festivities

Willow Bunch celebrates 150 years with three days of festivities

Preparations started in early 2018 with an application for federal funding, which was obtained with written documentation of the town’s history.
Update: Severe thunderstorm watch ended for much of southern Sask.

Update: Severe thunderstorm watch ended for much of southern Sask.

Environment Canada says would be damaging wind gusts.
Crop report: harvest begins on winter cereals, pulse crops

Crop report: harvest begins on winter cereals, pulse crops

Producers in the region hope for more rain to help support pasture growth and recharge water sources for cattle.
Update: weather warnings lifted

Update: weather warnings lifted

Weather watches have come to an end.