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Grand opening hosted by Stark & Marsh

Grand opening hosted by Stark & Marsh

Stark & Marsh, a CPA firm based in Swift Current, held the grand opening of its Assiniboia office at the upper curling lounge in the Prince of Wales Centre on October 5.
Junior Rebels win home opener

Junior Rebels win home opener

The Southern Junior B Rebels won their home opener in dramatic fashion on October 14 downing the Carrot River Outback Thunder 6-5 in overtime.
FCC drives away hunger with food campaign

FCC drives away hunger with food campaign

The Assiniboia Farm Credit Canada office held its Drive Away Hunger campaign on the week of October 9. The office staff visited schools in Assiniboia and surrounding communities to collect food bags.
Saskatchewan harvest close to wrapping up

Saskatchewan harvest close to wrapping up

Many Saskatchewan producers wrapped up harvest this past week thanks to some relatively warm and dry weather. Saskatchewan Agriculture reported that 94 per cent of the crop is now in the bin for the week ending October 9.

Is Ottawa waging a silent war on the West?

Is a war against Western Canada quietly festering in Ottawa these days? Several pieces of the puzzle are falling into place that lead one to this conclusion.
New art greets museum visitors

New art greets museum visitors

On the left, Angela Wilson, program director for the Assiniboia and District Museum, and artist Christine Ughayon from Assiniboia display new painting on the Assiniboia museum’s front doors.
Jazz artist coming to Assiniboia

Jazz artist coming to Assiniboia

Jazz artist Laila Biali comes to Assiniboia for the second concert of the new season on Wednesday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Prince of Wales Centre. Biali is touring 14 Saskatchewan communities this fall.
Southwest harvest close to completed

Southwest harvest close to completed

Warm and dry weather earlier in the week allowed many producers to return to the field after several days of rain delays.
Provincial cattle volumes drop substantially

Provincial cattle volumes drop substantially

A total of 7,764 head of cattle were sold in Saskatchewan the week ending September 29, down from 8,285 head sold the previous week. This figure dropped substantially from 8,520 head sold the same week a year ago.
Seniors’ Week activites in Assiniboia

Seniors’ Week activites in Assiniboia

The 55 Club in Assiniboia kicked off Seniors’ Week with a supper and entertainment on September 29. Attendance was high with 114 people filling the Club’s room.