In celebration of Herbert’s 100th Anniversary, the Steeplejack Festival has invited Governor General’s Award-winning Saskatchewan author Dianne Warren to do a reading and book-signing on Sunday Aug. 5 at 4 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Church in Herbert.

On July 10 to 12, children were able to participate in an exciting, entertaining camp to build their self-esteem, teach them new skills, and involve them in a unique experience.

For more than 50 years, the Medicine Hat Stampede and Exhibition has celebrated art in various fashions. Beginning with mostly paintings and drawings, the art show has evolved to include sculptures, graphic art, and displays larger than life.

Following an exciting win at the Next Big Thing contest in Regina and a performance at Craven Country Jamboree recently, Swift Current’s Myshel Pajuaar and The Midnight Roses are hoping to keep the ball rolling.

This year's 21st Annual Frenchman River Gospel Jam might seem a bit different than the jamboree has for the past 20 years, but the festival will continue to provide the southwest with wonderful music and a gospel message for hopefully years to come.

For the third year in a row, The Wiebes are hitting the road for their annual cross-country tour — an opportunity for them to share their music with the nation and help raise money to support a worthy organization.

Now that the deadline has passed for film companies to apply for the old tax credit in Saskatchewan, many industry professionals are being forced to leave the province to pursue work elsewhere in Canada.

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