Those planning their Canada Day holiday may wish to take in the 2nd annual Ceylon Show & Shine. The event will begin at 3pm on July 1st at the Ceylon park Ball diamond.
Mrs. Shawna Hind and her Grade Three and Four Class from Gladmar Regional School took a peek into the past on Tuesday, May 31st when they held their Pioneer Afternoon.
Radville-Laurier Regional Park (RLRP) Recreation Director Kristeen Cherpin was thrilled with the turnout at this year's Car Rally and Air Band competition held at the Rec Centre May 28th.
The 2016 growing season started out very dry in southern Saskatchewan. Before rain arrived in late May cattle and crop producers were concerned and fire bans in place in many rural municipalities.
"Ten years ago the bucket list didn't exist," explains best-selling author Robin Esrock. It was Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freedman starring in a movie by that name in 2007 that popularized the phrase "bucket list" as a list of things to do before one dies. But it was Esrock who built a career on writing bucket lists.
Saskatchewan residents are being advised to take precautions this weekend as smoke from forest fires will result in poor air quality across the province.
Mexico is world renowned as a holiday destination for unwinding and letting loose. "What happens in Mexico stays in Mexico" the saying goes. But four Radville area teens found their Easter Break in Mexico to be a pivotal experience, after which they say they'll never be the same.
Those who love to golf have a lot to be happy about this year with pleasant temperatures pervading in Saskatchewan.
Erin Galarneau of Radville and Jacey Rowland of Pangman were two of the chosen few to play on a provincial club volleyball team in Weyburn this past season. The 14U Weyburn Wildcats is a very competitive team, with tryouts held to screen potential players who came from Weyburn, Carlyle, Griffin, Pangman, and Radville, this year.