Stefan Rumpel, the Saskatchewan NDP candidate in the Swift Current by-election, wants to be a strong local voice for the community and he is eager to meet voters during his campaign.

Aidan Roy, the candidate for the Saskatchewan Liberal Party in the upcoming March 1 by-election in Swift Current, believes it is time to bring back the voice of moderate voters in provincial politics.

Postcards may becoming less common these days, but for a group of students at Brooks Upland School, they were a creative part of learning in their Social Studies class and would be a fun way for them to learn about Canadian geography.

Tuesday, 20 February 2018 00:17

New Brigden School seeing growth in numbers

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New Brigden School is in the midst of a transition as it adjusts to being a Kindergarten to Grade 4 school after low enrollment numbers almost forced its closure a year ago.

Organizations that are planning a new (or existing) event for the Newell region may be able to tap into some funding to help with the costs, but have to get their applications in before Feb. 28 to be eligible.

For the first time, the Blood Tribe Police Service are hosting an elder’s information session to tackle the ever-present issues of elder abuse, fraud and scams.

Friday, 16 February 2018 06:11

Lethbridge County develops new partnership

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Community Futures have recently partnered with the County of Lethbridge to bring the Business Improvement Loan Program to rural communities outside of the city.

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