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Indigenous dancers perform at Moose Mountain Lodge

Indigenous dancers perform at Moose Mountain Lodge

National Indigenous Peoples Day takes place on the summer solstice, which is June 21. It is a special occasion to learn more about the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and history of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples.
Life is good at the poolside for Corey Purves

Life is good at the poolside for Corey Purves

Corey has loved the water for as long as she can remember. She took her lessons in Carnduff and completed all the available levels. She then trained in Estevan, receiving her Red Cross Senior Guard and Water Safety Instructor certificates.
Buddy’s Pub a great historical site to visit

Buddy’s Pub a great historical site to visit

Buddy’s Pub is located on Main Street in Arcola. It is a provincial site and one of three opera houses that remain in Saskatchewan. It has also been called the High House, as it can be seen long before you arrive.
Photos: Four acts rock Weyburn for Young Fellows centennial concert

Photos: Four acts rock Weyburn for Young Fellows centennial concert

Weyburn's Jubilee Park was rockin' on Thursday night for the Young Fellows centennial concert, featuring headliners Tenille Arts, the Hunter Brothers, and openers Brayden King and Dan Cugnet. The concert was the culmination of months of organizing work, with an army of volunteers from throughout the community helping to ensure the event went off smoothly.
Severe thunderstorm warning & watch in effect for southern Sask.

Severe thunderstorm warning & watch in effect for southern Sask.

Severe thunderstorm warning and watch are in effect for parts of southern Saskatchewan.
Stoughton Graduates of 2022,  shine through the wind and rain

Stoughton Graduates of 2022, shine through the wind and rain

Once the graduates had all arrived, Jacquie Walbaum opened with the singing of O Canada, while an honour song was performed in Nakota by the Ocean Man drum group.
A howling success: From bark park to Bark Park

A howling success: From bark park to Bark Park

In 2015, the Carnduff Bark Park, the only Saskatchewan dog park southeast of Carlyle, was ready to go.
Kenosee Lake bronze artist is known worldwide

Kenosee Lake bronze artist is known worldwide

Frederickson is a permanent resident at the Artist Colony of Moose Mountain Provincial Park, which is located beside the chalet. He dedicates his summers to his art. Art fans from as far as Africa and Mexico have graced his cabin to view his well-known art.
Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Courts deal with varied cases, from murder to COVID challenge
Lampman Recreation Board receives large donation

Lampman Recreation Board receives large donation

The Lampman rink is home to seven hockey teams and a few part-time teams. It offers a Tot skating program for youngsters four and under and also public skating.