Local author sees publication of his first book

The road from inception to hard copy took Tyler J. Klumpenhower a few years to traverse… To read more, see Publication October 4, page 3

Headaches

Head injuries are scary, but as is often the case with any type of frightening phenomena, the fear mostly comes from the depths of the unknown.  To read more, see Publication October 4, page 4

Failed attempt to assert authority

After a failed attempt to assert the authority of union workers who sometimes think they own, not work for government, Regina is back to where it started from. To read more, see Publication October 4, page 4

Regina sewer fight a familiar one

By the time you read this, Regina’s great sewage treatment plant referendum will be over _ an issue that most of you have little reason to care about. To read more, see Publication October 4, page 5

Report from the Legislature

We are a government who keeps our promises.  Six years ago… To read more, see Publication October 4, page 6

Long term GM is likely to win out based on need

When I pursue agriculture news I’m always drawn to read anything about genetically modified crops. To read more, see Publication October 4, page 7

Shellbrook Museum’s largest artifact

To commemorate its 40th anniversary, the Shellbrook Heritage Museum is highlighting parts of its collection. To read more, see Publication October 4, page 8

Progress continues on Happy Hearts Childcare Centre

The wheels remain in motion, driving Shellbrook closer to the realization of a daycare within the town’s limits. To read more, see Publication October 4, page 10

Honeywood Lotto presents cheque to grand prize winner

The big winner of the Honeywood Cash Lotto, Malcolm Jenkins, made his way to the nursery on September 30 to collect his prize. To read more, see Publication October 4, page 11

Kinettes break ground on Kinsmen park project

A crew of volunteers was out working in Kinsmen Park on September 28… To read more, see Publication October 4, page 12