Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 14:03

Just how much does Sask. love its politics?

In a day and age where people don’t have a lot of control of things which happen around them, there is one thing adult residents in Saskatchewan can control April 4.

Medicine Hat has a new arena. Canadian country music star Gord Bamford has a new CD which will be officially released April 8. Sounds like a perfect match.

Ask Marion Leithead, a multi-university degree holder what she thinks about Bill 6 and she is about as direct as possible.

One would expect Kevin Peters, director of athletics and head coach for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams at Millar College of the Bible in Pambrun, to be exhausted and perhaps disappointed by the fact both of his teams lost their respective Prairie Athletic Conference basketball championships to the Prairie Bible Institute Pilots which were held at Swift Current’s O.M. Irwin Middle School gymnasium March 19.

Miranda Woodrow’s older sister Lisa was always there for her. Lisa was always proud of her baby sister and they had a close family.

Swift Current singer and musician Glenna Switzer has a lot of friends and fans.

Her project may have been labelled TrICKED, but there was nothing deceptive regarding how 13-year-old Wynter Blyth won the Best in Show at the 27th Annual Regional Science Fair in Swift Current.

Although Bill 6 legislation passed into law at the start of 2016, officials with the Government of Alberta maintain there is still room for added details.

Little House on the Baja needs some help — namely some manpower.

Alberta Health Services Registered Dietician Cathy Mitchell loves talking about food and healthy eating. With March being AHS’s Nutrition Month with the theme “Make a Change: One Meal at a Time” one would think with all of the technology, research, general information readily available on obesity, it would be easy to get people to change eating habits.

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