Millions Spent in Kindersley Area for Oil and Gas Public Offering

Land with oil potential surrounding Kindersley led the way in the provincial government's August public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights earlier this week. 79 leases represented a…

Local Sports

Calder Cup Comes to Outlook

Outlook received a visit from a famous hockey trophy earlier this week. The Calder Cup, which is awarded to an American Hockey League team each year, was in town on Tuesday, August 14th. Tony Peter…

Unity Warriors Football Program Moves to Six-Man for 2018 Season

When one door closes, another door opens. The Unity Warriors Football Program will begin a new chapter this season by competing in the 6-man division with teams around the region. In past seasons,…

Delisle Chiefs Announce Major Addition to Coaching Staff

The Delisle Chiefs made a big announcement on Thursday morning by announcing a popular name to their coaching staff. The Chiefs have named former Saskatoon Blade and Prince Albert Raider Captain,…

Colin Berglof wins Gold Medal at World Junior Lacrosse Championships

Colin Berglof had the chance of a lifetime to compete on the National stage at the World Junior Lacrosse Championships recently. Not only did Berglof get the chance to wear the red and white uniform…

Ag News

Wood River MLA Named Province's New Agriculture Minister

Wood River MLA David Marit is Saskatchewan’s new Agriculture Minister. Marit replaces Lyle Stewart who resigned from the position last week for health reasons. Premier Scott Moe replacing Marit in…

Dry Conditions Spark Worries About Wildfires

Extremely dry conditions in many areas of the Province especially in the South West have people concerned about the potential wildfire situation. Rick Toney is Chair of the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s…

Barlow Says Urban-Rural Split Growing Over Carbon Tax

It's fair to say federal Agriculture Critic John Barlow and the rest of the Conservative Party are not big fans of any form of Federal carbon tax. Barlow says if the Feds implement their tax, it's…
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Livestock Producers Look For Feed

There are expectations that this year’s fall calf run could be earlier than normal this year as producers in drier areas try to cut back their feeding costs. Livestock producers in a number of areas…

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