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Opinion: Remembering the good old days

Opinion: Remembering the good old days

An opinion piece on longing for the past.
76-year-old marathon runner doesn't let age stop him

76-year-old marathon runner doesn't let age stop him

Del Coderre didn't start running until later in life, but has already completed several Saskatchewan marathons.
Renovated kitchen open at Carlyle's Moose Mountain Lodge

Renovated kitchen open at Carlyle's Moose Mountain Lodge

Staff members were recognized with a special award for getting food to residents during the renovation.
Photos: White Bear powwow showcases singers and dancers

Photos: White Bear powwow showcases singers and dancers

Many talented performers were part of this year's powwow.
Kenosee Lake Show and Shine a celebration of automotive hobby

Kenosee Lake Show and Shine a celebration of automotive hobby

The show and shine attracted a large crowd that enjoyed viewing the vehicles on display.
Oxbow's Miller part of team inducted into Sask Hockey HoF

Oxbow's Miller part of team inducted into Sask Hockey HoF

Aren Miller was a goaltender for the Team Saskatchewan entry that won the gold medal at the 1995 Canada Winter Games.
Country Thunder: Moments of proximity between artists and public

Country Thunder: Moments of proximity between artists and public

Festival-goers were able to learn about each artist's creative process and the backstories of some of their songs in this 90-minute solo or duo show.
UPDATE: Two tornado warnings issued Sunday in the southeast

UPDATE: Two tornado warnings issued Sunday in the southeast

Tornado warnings are issued when imminent or occurring thunderstorms are likely to produce or are producing tornadoes.
Arcola-Kisbey 4-H Beef Club triumphs at regional competition

Arcola-Kisbey 4-H Beef Club triumphs at regional competition

At the Weyburn show, there were 118 steers, 60 heifers and 14 cow/calf pairs.
Stoughton and the RM of Tecumseh secure ICIP grant

Stoughton and the RM of Tecumseh secure ICIP grant

The money will be used for a new water line and truck-filling station.