Music Festival Fun in Luseland

Local students took part in the Prairie Sunset Music Festival throughout the week. Hosted this year in Luseland; surrounding communities came together to showcase their talents. With a total of 173…

Local Sports

Weekend Scoreboard - Successes and Defeats

The season has come to a close for the Kindersley Klippers following Friday night's 3-2 loss in Game 5 to the Melfort Mustangs. Klippers netminder Justen Close made 37 saves on 40 shots, while…

Klippers Crash Out of Playoffs in Melfort

The 2018-2019 SJHL season has come to a close for the Kindersley Klippers following last night's 3-2 loss in Game 5 to the Melfort Mustangs. The win for Melfort at the Northern Lights Palace gives…

Thunder Back Home for Game 2 of SFHL Midget A Finals

The Diefenbaker Thunder, also known as the Western Prairie Thunder, are in their last matchup of the Saskatchewan Female Hockey League season as they battle in the Female Midget A Provincial Finals…

Pair of Tune Up Games This Weekend for Redwings Before Allan Cup

In two and a half weeks from today, the 2019 Allan Cup will be taking place in Lacombe, Alberta from April 8-13. So far, this year's participants are the host Lacombe Generals, Manitoba's South East…

Ag News

Agricultural Trade Remains A Top Priority For The Province

Agricultural trade and trade issues is a key priority for the Provincial Government. Saskatchewan’s top trading markets are the U-S, China, India, Japan, and Mexico. Legislative Secretary for Trade…

Canola Seed Shipments To China Remain A Concern

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan is expressing grave concerns over news that we are now seeing very limited sales of canola seed into China. APAS Vice President Ian Boxall says…

Challenges Persist For Canola Seed Exports To China

The Canadian Canola Council of Canada is seeing very limited sales of canola seed into China right now. Many feel China’s concerns over shipping issues with Richardson International are politically…

Cattle Markets Improving

Prices seem to be turning around on the cattle markets. Brian Perillat is the Manager and Senior Analyst at Canfax. "On the feeder cattle side we've seen a bit of spring pressure over the last couple…

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