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Rocky  Neufeld

Rocky Neufeld

Rocky Neufeld has been reporting for Canora Courier and editing for the Courier as well as Preeceville Progress and Kamsack Times since the spring of 2017.
“I grew up on a family farm near Boissevain, Man. (extra points if you know where that is). I acquired a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Animal Science major) from the University of Manitoba, and later a broadcast diploma from the National Institute of Broadcasting. I have worked in radio as a DJ, on TV as an agricultural reporter for the local news, and as a writer/producer for the Prairie Farm Report TV program, before my arrival in Canora.”

Recent Work by Rocky

Good Spirit Cross Country Ski Club prepares for next winter

Good Spirit Cross Country Ski Club prepares for next winter

The Good Spirit Cross Country Ski Club held its annual wood cutting and splitting bee on June 5.
Canora Gateway Lodge receives donation for needed equipment

Canora Gateway Lodge receives donation for needed equipment

Quenching thirst and raising money for the new pool

Quenching thirst and raising money for the new pool

Spirited local softball team falls short against Yorkton

Spirited local softball team falls short against Yorkton

Local minor ball team involved in close game

Local minor ball team involved in close game

Fun evening wraps up competitive season for local ball players

Fun evening wraps up competitive season for local ball players

Canora Supers win two out of three in recent action

Canora Supers win two out of three in recent action

Supers win at home and split two road games.
Crossroads barbecue combines fun, food and fundraising

Crossroads barbecue combines fun, food and fundraising

Invermay graduates among winners of provincial scholarships

Invermay graduates among winners of provincial scholarships

Cole Serron and Trinity Fidek of Invermay have won scholarships to pursue their chosen fields of study in the skilled trades.
Gateway Co-op reports successful year in 2021

Gateway Co-op reports successful year in 2021

FCL patronage allocation was $1.5 million. After accounting for income tax, Gateway Co-op's net savings was $2,187,443, with approximately $1,000,050 allocated to members.