Feeding Baby Family Foods

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Burrowing Owl Centre Opens for 2018 Season

Since 1997 the Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre has been rescuing and educating people on Burrowing Owls. For people looking to learn more on the owls there is lots of opportunity says…

Local Sports

Titan Comeback to Beat Broncos in OT

REGINA — Liam Murphy banged in a rebound in front 2:58 into overtime to lift the Acadie-Bathurst Titan to a 4-3 win over the Swift Current Broncos on Saturday at the 100th Memorial Cup. The loss for…

Midget Mustangs Dominate Weyburn Friday

The Moose Jaw Midget Mustangs rolled past the Weyburn Thrashers, 12-2, on Friday night at Crescent Point Place. Kael Nichols had four goals and seven points, Atley Calvert registered five goals and…

Pats Edge Bulldogs in Memorial Cup Opener

REGINA — Max Paddock didn't find out he was starting for the Regina Pats until the day before the start of the tournament, but he looked more than comfortable on the big stage on Friday night. The…

Another Ace at Lynbrook

The Lynbrook Golf Club was the site of another hole-in-one this week when Russ Ayrest sunk his first ever ace during a round on Wednesday afternoon. Ayrest was playing in a group with Jerry Folk and…

Feeding Baby Family Foods

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Ag News

Liberals delay the passage of Bill C-49 again

The Liberal government had two chances to pass Bill C-49 Friday, but they refused to do so. Associate Shadow Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, John Barlow, said on May 11, the NDP proposed a…

Stats Canada releases March stocks report

Statistics Canada says as of March 31, 2018, total stocks of wheat and barley were lower compared with the same date in 2017. Total wheat stocks were at 16.4 million tonnes at the end of March, down…

Moisture still needed in most of the province

Farmers have been busy working on putting this year's crop in the ground. Provincially 9% of the crop is in the ground compared to the five year average of 19% for this time of the year. Shannon…

Moisture still needed is most of the province

Farmers have been busy working on putting this year's crop in the ground. Provincially 9% of the crop is in the ground compared to the five year average of 19% for this time of the year. Shannon…

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