Scott Moe Strengthening Trade Relationships with China

Saskatchewan Premier, Scott Moe, is in China this week for a trade mission to shine the spotlight on our provinces resources and discuss further mutual beneficial trade opportunities. Moe left for…

Goalies of all levels will be taking part in a Goalie School being held at the Rosetown Arena on November 8th and 9th. It costs $80.00 per goalie.

Parents will also be participating. A parent will help out their child by shooting pucks for them to block. They will also help out in the off ice sessions.

The Mind the Net school will be longer than last years. It's being held over two days because last year's participants felt that the one day school was too rushed.

Local Sports

'It's Pretty Special': Josh Fletcher's Steady Climb to Leadership Role

When a hockey player sports the captain's 'C' or an 'A' on their uniform, their role as a leader expands past the ice. Younger players look up to you and the younger generation of hockey players view…

KCS Rebels Ready for Next Level

After finishing one win away from reaching the provincial final last year, Kerrobert Composite School's Rebels football team will be pushing themselves to go farther this fall to reach their goal.…

Week 2 High School Football Scoreboard

Some teams stayed undfeated in Week 2 of High School Football, while other teams picked up their first wins of the season. Here are the full scores and results from Week 2 games: 6-Man Football 1A -…

Rosetown's Shane Collins Makes Men's Hockey Team at University of Saskatchewan

Rosetown's Shane Collins will continue to lace up his skates this season with the Men's Hockey program at the University of Saskatchewan. Collins had an excellent junior hockey career as he split his…

Ag News

Long Road Ahead As APAS Continues To Work On Producer Issues

There was a good, frank, open discussion among farm groups, government, grain companies and the railways at last week’s Grain Transportation Roundtable. That’s the opinion of APAS President Todd…

Public Consultation on Trespass Legislation Now Open

The Province is reviewing the current trespass legislation to see if any changes need to be made. Justice Minister Don Morgan says they currently have a number of pieces of legislation that affect…

2018 Livestock Tax Deferral Program Approved

It’s the news Livestock Producers struggling to find extra feed supplies were hoping to hear. The Federal Government has announced a 2018 Livestock Tax Deferral for producers impacted by drought,…

Rain Delays Harvest Activity

Rain showers in various areas of the Province have caused a bit of a delay in harvest activities. Daphne Cruise with Saskatchewan Agriculture says the stuff that was combined in the last couple of…

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