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First fashion foray turns gown into a scholarship offer

First fashion foray turns gown into a scholarship offer

If you happen to catch Blair MacDonald busily scribbling away in a notebook, she isn't just doodling, she's probably drafting a new design that might possibly be translated into a gorgeous fashion piece.

Report cards: Positive reaction by staff, schools

Students are receiving more information on their learning habits, including strengths and weaknesses, through the new outcome-based report cards received after the first semester in local schools.
Performers on the Holiday Train

Performers on the Holiday Train

Final numbers show Dickens a record-breaker

Final numbers show Dickens a record-breaker

The eighth annual Dickens Village Festival proved to be a record breaker, according to numbers that have been complied over the past week. Visitors alone topped the numbers seen in 2008 and 2009.
Sask Watershed issues advisory to stay off ice

Sask Watershed issues advisory to stay off ice

If you're planning to go ice fishing or snowmobiling near Alameda Dam, Souris River or Moose Mountain Creek this winter, be sure to exercise extreme caution.
Clinic welcomes new doctor

Clinic welcomes new doctor

Looking back to one-year-ago, Arcola was battling through the temporary loss of its emergency and in-patient services at the hospital. There were no doctors working in the community - no one to tend to emergencies and no one to tend to patients.

End of fall session sees Saskatchewan moving forward

Premier Brad Wall said Saskatchewan continued to move forward during the fall session of the Legislative Assembly which wrapped up on December 8.
Status update for Jeff Lukye during surgery

Status update for Jeff Lukye during surgery

Wednesday December 22 Heidi Lukye: Sounds like my brother is still doing extremely well! He is a remarkable man! Tuesday December 21 Heidi Lukye: So my brother is one tough sob!!! Still in surgery, still doing fantastic!! Looks like few more hours an
Singing through the decades

Singing through the decades

The Grade 11 Choir sings "One Small Voice" as part of their performance for the "Christmas Moments in Time" choir concert presented on Dec. 14 at the Comp Cafetorium.

Ambulance fees increasing

Saskatchewan's regional health authorities (RHAs) will be allowed to increase ambulance fees, under new provincial ambulance fee guidelines. The new maximum basic call fee may be increased by $25.