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Southeast College boosts scholarship for full-time students

Southeast College boosts scholarship for full-time students

Southeast College’s university classes are now open for registration and it announced on May 24 that some students will be getting some extra assistance.
Elm Springs Feast Day

Elm Springs Feast Day

Rockglen tourism

Rockglen tourism

Tourist season launched in Rockglen

Tourist season launched in Rockglen

Rockglen officially launched its tourist season with doughgod day and the opening of its tourism centre on May 26. Doughgod day traditionally opens Rockglen tourism.
Tips on keeping calves healthy for pasture season

Tips on keeping calves healthy for pasture season

Southern Saskatchewan ranchers have concluded an intensive period of activity — first calving season and now preparing herds for grazing.

Energy East discussion coming to Assiniboia

The benefits of energy pipelines will be discussed at the Canalta Hotel in Assiniboia on June 8. Mark Scholz, president of CAODC and spokesperson for Oil Respect, will address the importance of the Energy East pipeline project.
Football players off to the Senior Bowl

Football players off to the Senior Bowl

Three Assiniboia Rockets high school football players, Weston Mergel, Riley Moneo and Parker Auchstaetter, headed to the 2017 Six-Man Provincial Senior Bowl Games, which was held Saskatoon on May 19-22.
Two championships won by Lafleche hockey teams

Two championships won by Lafleche hockey teams

Lafleche Minor Hockey had a fantastic 2016/2017 season, winning two Wood River Minor Hockey League Championships — the Southwest Saskatchewan Hockey League Championship, and the Bantam D Provincial Title.
Rotary donates to Child Care Services

Rotary donates to Child Care Services

Assiniboia Child Care Services received a major financial donation from the Rotary Club of Assiniboia on May 16 that will be used to build an outdoor deck for the facility.
Cattle markets see another spring decrease

Cattle markets see another spring decrease

A total of 6,917 head of cattle were sold in Saskatchewan the week ending May 12, reported Saskatchewan Agriculture. This figure drops from 8,494 head sold the previous week, but up from 5,368 head the same week a year ago.