Tuesday September 23, 2014




  • Funds raised to help those affected by flooding

    The idea of prairie hospitality and togetherness was evident when hundreds of people came together in Oxbow on Saturday, Sept. 13, to enjoy a meal, camaraderie, and entertainment as they attended the South Saskatchewan Flood Aid benefit.
    The benefit was

  • White Bear First Nations Pow Wow: honouring the past, looking to the future

    The Bear Claw Casino & Hotel's Annual Celebration at White Bear First Nations on Sept. 6 and 7 was a visual spectacle full of colour, pageantry and sound that honoured First Nations culture, tradition and spirituality: commemorating the past, celebrating

  • Come rain or shine the rodeo must go on

    Always enduring, never one to give up, it's the way of the west. Despite the downpour of rain on Saturday, Aug. 30, Stoughton's Rough 'N Ready Roughstock Rodeo event presented by the New Hope Horse Club was a great success.
    DeeAnna Lyke, one of the

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