SW Sask News

Sunday, 13 August 2017 05:54

Picnic on the prairie provides a welcome relief

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The loneliest road in southwest Saskatchewan might be the #4 highway south of Swift Current.

The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC), in its third update to its 2017 Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast, announced that it was increasing its forecasted number of 6,680 wells to be drilled (rig released) across Canada for 2017 to 7,200 wells drilled.

Rescue teams have found the body of a man who had been missing since July 30 at Lake Diefenbaker.

Saskatoon Berry pie lovers may be going without this year. Scorching temperatures and little to no precipitation has put a dent in the harvest of the province’s famous berry. Sun-baked Saskatoon berry crops took a huge hit leaving skimpy left overs for pie lovers.

The loneliest road in southwest Saskatchewan might be the #4 highway South of Swift Current.

Friday, 04 August 2017 07:00

Digging for fossils a unique experience

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The thrill of finding an ancient fossil from a time when the dinosaurs were still roaming the earth is usually only experienced by paleontologists, but visitors to the Grasslands National Park can actually share in that excitement when they participate in Fossil Fever.

The Cypress Health Region is looking for physicians to fill vacancies in two rural communities, but it is not an easy task.

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