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A tale of two cities

A tale of two cities

A good portion of the globe has been rocked these past few weeks with civic unrest, demonstrations and riots in North Africa and the Middle East.

The beating heart

Death found me for the first time when I was 14. This age was an exciting time for a young girl, full of innocent crushes and a flourishing independence.

The view from the desk of Marga Cugnet, interim CEO, Sun Country Health Region

- Introducing the CEO Hello. My name is Marga Cugnet, the Interim President/CEO of Sun Country Health Region (SCHR). Welcome to this new monthly column in your local newspaper.

Healthy growth Saskatchewan, well done!

In 2007, I became the chair of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce's Sustainable Growth Strategy for the New Saskatchewan Task Force. We needed a way to support the strategic and sustainable growth of the province's economy and population.

As I See It

It is with some sadness that I sit down to write my column this week, as this is the last week I will be doing so.


In a news report in last week's Carlyle Observer, in an article on the Highway 361 paving controversy the Moose Creek RM administrator was quoted as saying, "The lawyer informed me that since I had to break the rules on one side, it would be best to

Wall needs to learn lesson from potash

It's interesting that both the best and worst moments for Premier Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party government have revolved around potash.

Make time for Family Day

Jennifer's Journal

Skill and knowledge go hand in hand

Farmers have always been noted as needing to be something of Jacks-of-all-trades.

Traffic noises irking Estevan reisdent

The Editor, I am writing in response to a letter to the editor that was published in your paper on December 15 by Kristy Liashenko. In her letter, Ms.
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