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Crops in southwest suffer through dry conditions, lower yields

Crops in southwest suffer through dry conditions, lower yields

Overall crops are ripening faster than normal, and producers are expecting lower than average yields for much of their crop.
From Where I Stand: as usual, Granddad was right

From Where I Stand: as usual, Granddad was right

In a recent column about the recent Blacktop Hop fundraising event for the Shurniak Art Gallery I made a couple of errors.
Premier Moe to visit Assiniboia, tour new rink

Premier Moe to visit Assiniboia, tour new rink

Premier Scott Moe will be in Assiniboia on Wednesday, August 3 and meeting with council at 2 p.m.
Lots of fun and entertainment at Mossbank Festival

Lots of fun and entertainment at Mossbank Festival

Old Wives Lake Festival included a variety of children and family activities, swimming, market, food truck wars, show ‘n shine, blacksmithing, museum tours.
Court & Crime Catchup: Look back at the week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court & Crime Catchup: Look back at the week on SASKTODAY.ca

Murder-suicide among the week's headlines.
Update: heat warning lifted for southern Saskatchewan

Update: heat warning lifted for southern Saskatchewan

Cooler temperatures are expected this week.
Dry conditions continue to affect southwestern crops

Dry conditions continue to affect southwestern crops

Excess rain has slowed crop development and resulted in losses from drowned out low spots.
Gateway Festival returns to Bengough on  July 22-23

Gateway Festival returns to Bengough on July 22-23

The featured headliners will be Chilliwack, Gord Bamford, The Northern Pikes and The Grapes of Wrath.
Future of helium development in Saskatchewan looks bright

Future of helium development in Saskatchewan looks bright

Greg Robb, president and CEO, explained that helium gas is used in many high-tech applications — not just for helium balloons.
Annual Festival of Words to be hosted in-person again

Annual Festival of Words to be hosted in-person again

Featuring some of the best and brightest authors in Canada right now, the festival is a major event in the Canadian literary scene and one of Moose Jaw’s biggest annual events.