Sawmill up and running in Big River

The buzzing of blades and smells of sawdust are once again present at the Big River sawmill. To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 1

Plans in place for community garden in Shellbrook

A push is being made to bring a community garden to the Town of Shellbrook… To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 3

Giving thanks

The approach of Thanksgiving brings with it the opportunity to reflect on the things I am thankful for.  To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 4

Saskatchewan economic wave

There has been plenty of evidence that the Saskatchewan economic wave has found its way to the front line worker. Strong income havemade a noticeable difference in things such as retail sales and revenues in restaurants. To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 4

Population boom misses rural Sask.

For all the good news about Saskatchewan’s population booming past 1.1 million people, let us hope Premier Brad Wall isn’t forgetting about places like Davin. To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 5

Greatest move to tech farming is in dairy farms

Technological advancement is nearly synonymous with agriculture, and has been for a number of years.  To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 7

Shellbrook Seniors Club recognizes three members at annual Tea and Bake Sale

The Shellbrook Seniors Club held their annual Tea and Bake sale on October 4 to celebrate Senior’s Week.  To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 8

Aardvarks football team falls to 2-1 against Rosthern

The Senior Football team from Shellbrook suffered their first loss of the year when Rosthern came to town on October 3.  To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 9

Report from the Legislature

Population Passes 1.1 Million Saskatchewan’s population is growing by the day… To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 10

Treatment Haven working to break cycle of addiction

It is sometimes difficult to confront a painful past.  For some at the Cree Nations Treatment Haven, a new facility is aiding them in the process.  To read more, click on Publication, October 11, page 13