Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Friday, 29 April 2016 08:00

Brooks Beer Bonanza a brew boon

When Brooks realtor Michael McDonald decided putting on a beer sampling event would be a good idea, he had no idea what kind of response he would get from not only brewers, but the public considering the weak state of the economy.

The League of Wolves were a talented quartet from southwest Saskatchewan who enjoyed success with a in-your-face hard rock sound which developed a decent following.

About 99 per cent of the time, when a person gets the diagnosis of Stage 4 cancer, it’s not a time for hope or enthusiasm.

With the Alberta provincial budget tabled April 14 featuring a $10.4 billion deficit, it’s not overly surprising Paige MacPherson, Alberta director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation wasn’t thrilled.

It’s been quite a year in athletics for Swift Current native Kaity Letwiniuk.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016 14:11

Sask. people enjoy pain and suffering?


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.

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