July 18, 2014

Shellbrook Rangers win gold at Provincial B Bantam Championship

The Shellbrook Rangers had much to celebrate this weekend after winning gold at the Bantam/Peewee B Provincial Fastball Championship held over the weekend in Shellbrook. Read more on page 1

A World Cup to be remembered

It took 64 games and 171 goals to make this World Cup one for the books. Read more on page 4

Staying close to home

There’s no place like home. It is well established that advertising at home is the most effective way to attract tourists. Read more on page 4

Floods show something is changing

The problem with having a reasonable discussion about the strange happenings around us is it invariably gets bogged down in a fight over the words we use to describe it. Read more on page 5

Dirty laundry on the field: Penalties aplenty in young CFL season

There is something strange going on in the Canadian Football League. Read more on page 6

Hundreds of women give away wedding dresses for a good cause

“When you lose a baby, the last thing you want is to walk into the baby section of the store and look for an outfit. Read more on page 6

The cost of maintaining natural habitats

There has been a discussion going on for a few years about whether society should be paying farmers to maintain natural habitats such as bluffs of trees, pothole ponds and slough wetlands? Read more on page 7

Rudolf Hoehn

Surrounded by his loving family, Rudolf entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 shortly after 2:00 p.m. (a few minutes after the same time he was born, 88 years ago). Read more on page 14

Canadian fans fired up by “Genie Fever”

Canadians by the millions caught ‘Genie Fever’ during this year’s Wimbledon tennis championship… Read more on page 15