By Taylor Shire —
When Richard Phillips heard that scientists claimed river levels have dropped 40-to-84 per cent in the last 100 years, he got quite upset.
Stakeholders continue to have discussions regarding the current health care situation in Shaunavon, with the latest meeting occurring on May 11th. Municipal council representatives from the geographic area, Shaunavon and Gull Lake physicians, MLA Wayne Elhard, and Cypress Health officials joined in Shaunavon to further explore options for the sustainability of emergency services.
I am writing you today in an effort to keep up the awareness of the devastating blow the Saskatchewan Film Industry will undergo if the Saskatchewan Party continues its proposed cut to the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit and replacement of it with a non workable non-refundable tax credit.
On May 11th at approximately 5 p.m., members of the Swift Current Regional Traffic Services Unit stopped a semi-trailer on the #1 Highway, 16 km. west of Swift Current.
The Parkway along Elmwood Park will be disrupted this week due to an asphalt overlay being done to the path.
Growing up in Swift Current, dancer Kasia Skeoch had plenty of opportunities to pursue her passion at her mother's dance studio.
In Val Marie there's an active, far-thinking museum with big ideas, in the form of Prairie Wind & Silver Sage – Friends of Grasslands.
Diss: To the moron who dissed our Bronco Coach recently, have you ever played hockey? Better yet, have you played in the NHL or ever won a Stanley Cup? Go Broncos!
BLiss: God bless you Todd Holt. I hope you’re doing as well as you can possibly be.
Diss: Hope all of you Canadian Wheat Board haters are bracing yourselves for fun this year.
BLiss: Best Alberta provincial election in years! People now have to make a decision.
BLiss: Can I actually get to my garden now. That will be nice.
Diss: Getting the MLAS to pay back the money now Redford? Really too little, too late.
Diss: Do people really want the Wildrose Party in? Does anyone know what they are about?
Diss: Flames out of the playoffs again? Good thing the Tigers are around.
It was a quite a successful time for the Brooks Composite High School at this year’s Southeast Alberta Regional Skills Canada Competition.