Mother Nature may not have been nice July 14, but rain did not stop approximately 40 agronomists and area producers from taking in the Farming Smarter morning field tour, held at their trial plots east of Veinerville.
Saskatchewan has an abundance of natural resources including Uranium, base metals, precious metals, oil, potash and sulfate salts. All of these resources contain some components that can be harmful to human beings when ingested.
A celebration of the 25th anniversary of the official opening of the historic Goodwin House as a visitors centre and administrative office at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park took place July 16.
June 29 was a day to remember in Swift Current, as the Frontier Days Celebrations kicked off, opening four days of family fun and entertainment.
The 12th annual SaskPower Windscape Kite Festival started out as a literal whirlwind June 25.
Tera Edkins is spending her summer at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park to find as many bull snakes as possible.