Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 14:11

Sask. people enjoy pain and suffering?

Editor:

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 14:10

Speculation swings from Riders to politics

Sports coverage these days is such that watching the previews, the analysis and the debates amongst the pundits is almost more interesting than the games.

American founding father Benjamin Franklin once said, “Virtue and happiness are mother and daughter.”

One of the most intimidating aspects of fitness is the self doubt people have about being able to accomplish a task. Take for example long distance runs which many people cannot accomplish, whether it be because of physical inability or a disability.


In Brad Wall’s acceptance speech in his home of Swift Current, and not in the provincial capital of Regina where the provincial media is based, the southwest Sask. MLA and now soon to be third-term premier expressed his love and gratitude to his family, his parents, and showed special admiration to his mom Alice.

The annual general meeting for the Cypress Hills Destination Area (CHDA) was a hit according to Gail Kesslar, the CHDA’s executive director.

Kelli Ireland, the Canalta Centre’s director of marketing and sales, and Peter Jelinski, general manager often find rare moments to brainstorm new ideas.

Kelli Ireland has proven that you can indeed go home again and be a success. Ireland is the upbeat and personable director of marketing and sales at the Canalta Centre.

Brandon Houck is a media personality and weather specialist in his early twenties. His enthusiasm for weather, vigour at which he relays information, and his seemingly never-ending knowledge of meteorological phenomenon is well known to those who follow him on social media or listen to him on The One 101.1 or Q105.7 Radio in Brooks and the County of Newell.

Sometimes when you host an event such as the 2010 World Women’s Curling Championships, it is difficult to match the success which came with it. However in 2016, Swift Current and southwest Saskatchewan did that and then some, thanks to an army of volunteers.

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