Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Those who are concerned about the future of the agriculture industry should have taken some time to take in some of the Feeding a Hungry Planet Youth Ag-Summit held in Calgary Aug. 19-25.

Nineteen-year-old Kelsey Solway is finding a unique way to give back to her community.

Those people who live in a hamlet, village or small town should’ve had the opportunity to visit the Burstall Fall Fair and Civic Awards Sept. 7-8.

As Prairie Post reported in June, Swift Current florist Poppy Parsons participated in the Professional Floral Design Evaluation in Las Vegas at the end of that month.

Friday, 06 September 2013 07:14

No fear with new beer-brewing venture

It’s a generally-accepted note of fact that Canadians love beer.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 14:05

Law breakers means enforcement officers kept busy

It's a sinking feeling: you get your mail and there’s a photo radar ticket from the local police department or worse, the feeling of watching as the red and blue lights of a law enforcement vehicle screams in behind you signalling you to pull over due to the fact there’s a high rate of speed or the vehicle sports a non-functioning tail light.

The cattle industry will be experiencing a turnover in a few years as many of today's older ranchers and cattle producers retire or move on.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 08:55

Bassano concert will help Siksika nation

Bassano mayor Tom Rose is always proud of his community.

For Regina artist Nikki Jacquin, there is nothing plain about her plein paint outs, especially in the Cypress Hills in southwest Saskatchewan.

Burstall and District Fall Fair has a long and proud 32-year history, but two years ago, a revamped approach allowed it to take off in regards to the number of patrons.

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