Themed Corn Maze Aims to Educate

Although Lumsden’s Happy Hollow Corn Maze itself is lively and full of life with children and parents running around, the stalks themselves are dull and limping. The drought that affected the Lumsden area, as well as the majority of Saskatchewan this summer affected Happy Hollow’s […]

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Sask veteran, farmer joins exclusive centenarian club

Frank Kime sits on his couch, surrounded by plaques sent to him by various government agencies and one from Queen Elizabeth II.  The plaques commemorate a significant achievement in his life – on Sept. 7, Kime turned 100. He attributes his fiery spirit to this […]

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Punk on the Prairies: Regina’s Music Scene Shows Promise as Stepping Stone Headlines Show

On Saturday night, one might not expect that approximately 80 people would gather at The Exchange to experience some of the heaviest music this city has to offer. That was the case when Stepping Stone, a local hardcore/punk band, headlined a show that drew attention […]

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Shaw ‘not ashamed’ of sharing ADD diagnosis in response to integrity complaint

Coun. Terina Shaw will not face any sanctions to address “disruptive behaviour” following an ethics complaint submitted to the city’s integrity commissioner. While reading from a prepared statement, the Ward 7 councillor explained to city council Sept. 14 that she suffers from ADD and a […]

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Pope Francis apologizes to Indigenous delegates for “deplorable” abuse suffered in residential schools

On Apr. 1, Pope Francis apologized to Indigenous delegates for the “deplorable” abuse Indigenous people suffered in residential schools from the Catholic church.  The apology followed a week of meetings with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit delegates who traveled from Canada to the Vatican. Delegates […]

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