Although there are some improvements to be made, overall officials with Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) are pleased with the performance of students and staff in the division the past year and are looking forward to the challenges in the coming school year.
If there was one item the small, but attentive, audience of people at the Palliser Friends of Medicare meeting Dec. 2 in Medicine Hat could take away from the presentation by Alberta Health Services South Zone officials about medication reconciliation, it was the four Ts.
Agriculture takes many forms. The agriculture industry contributes to the Saskatchewan and Alberta economies. However, with the high cost of land and input costs, the face of agriculture is changing. There is more than one way to get involved. In the following weeks, we will look at a few businesses which are related to agriculture but those entrepreneurs and business people don’t depend on the traditional types of livestock, or use grain, oilseed or specialty crops to make their living and not just supplement their income. Last week, we looked at Medicine Hat Sweet Pure Honey. This week: a look at Carrie Butterwick.
The City of Swift Current is asking residents and businesses to do their part to keep sidewalks clean of snow during the winter months.
The City of Swift Current will maintain its debt limit at 1.7 times the average forecasted revenues for the period 2015 to 2019.
A new club in Swift Current is helping local snowboarders to improve their skill levels in a fun, team environment.
A group of individuals with a shared interest in safe and healthy food want to make southwest Saskatchewan residents more aware of issues around local organic food.