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Politicians need time out

Thursday's end of the 2010 spring sitting of the Saskatchewan legislature could not have come soon enough.

Thank you. Not!

The Editor: I'll try to make this as short as possible.

Can't see the garden for the weeds

Like many of you, when the weather gets warm my thoughts turn to the garden...and the lawn, the weeds and the dead leaves from last fall.

Barely classified as a rant this week

I can't believe it. No real rants to convey this week. A few random thoughts maybe, but no eager, easy skepticism issues. That's just not like me.

Collage provided the path … let's take it

Less than 10 years ago respected social trend monitor and author Doug Elliott stood in front of about 30 people in Estevan and told them that their possibilities of attracting a goodly number of immigrants to this community were limited.

The Virtue of Patience

Just two weeks ago, I was writing in this same column how we were anxious to get busy planting flowers and vegetables in the gardens and seeding crops in the fields, now that spring had arrived with its warmer temperatures.

Nothing like a good rant on a clear spring day

How about a few minor rants for today, just to get us off on a good foot for a frantic weekend of fun! Most of our recent observations have to do with the sporting world, but not entirely.

Make the most of spring opportunities

Although recent weather patterns have not been conducive to performing a lot of outdoor work, the forecast is for more promising sunshine and warmer temperatures in the near future.

Government raping over SaskTel, you think?

The Editor: Why should a $120 million SaskTel dividend scoop by the Saskatchewan government concern me? Well, SaskTel just spent cash advertising a province-wide, world-class wireless network.

La Dolce Vita in Saskatchewan

It might have been Joyce, Jana or Liz. All I can recall right now is that there was a comment made by a female columnist in a Saskatchewan newspaper a few weeks ago about growing up in a neighbourhood filled with kids.
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