Lawton falls short of bronze at Scotties

Two points. That’s all it came down to in the final end of the bronze medal game at the 2015 Scotties Tournament off Hearts in Moose Jaw on Sunday…. Read more on page 1

New wholesale trade record set

December 2014 saw the province set a new record for wholesale trade, reaching $2.4 billion. Read more on page 3

Families with children benefit

Recent legislation enacted by our Conservative Government will benefit every Canadian family with children under the age of eighteen. Read more on page 3

Losing freedom in pursuit of justice

When former United States President George W. Bush took to his podium to address the world two months after 9/11 … Read more on page 4

Retirement surveys

Being able to avoid the pressures of deadlines and be in a position to do nothing. That is the ideal view of retirement for some people. Read more on page 4

Boom better for the cities than rural Saskatchewan

Clearly, the great Saskatchewan job and people boom has been better for the cities than the rural areas. Read more on page 5

March is a time for crystal balling what lies ahead

As the end of February draws near there is a change in the wind in terms of farming. Read more on page 7

Senior’s white elephant sale draws diverse crowd

There were few empty seats available when the Shellbrook Senior’s Association hosted its tea… Read more on page 8

Silvertips crumble in game 5, Blues advance to semi-finals

After having a week off due to a postponed game, the Shellbrook Silvertips took to home ice… Read more on page 13

Bodil Benson

BENSON – Mrs. Bodil Anna Benson of Canwood, Sask passed away peacefully on February 14, 2015