A former logger who saw the decimation of his industry in the state of Montana due to the conservation agenda, encouraged area ranchers to speak up about their ability to be the best stewards of the land.

When Mountain View School introduced its archery program last year Curtis Leishman could not have dreamed the heights of success it might achieve.

The Cypress Health Region is confident the commitments from local authorities towards the 20 per cent community funding share for the new long-term care facility in Swift Current will be achieved by the end of July.

In an attempt to keep the public and landowners aware about conservation issues on the prairies, the Western Stock Growers Association (WSGA) held a half-day symposium in Medicine Hat at the end of June.

Students come and go, but there’s been a steady presence in the hallways of Cardston schools that everyone could count on for the past several decades.

For hundreds of years the scenic Lac Pelletier valley has been an oasis on the prairies for people who settled in the area and since 1964 the regional park has been a popular recreation spot in southwest Saskatchewan. A day-long celebration of the 50th anniversary of Lac Pelletier Regional Park will take place on July 19 with a variety of activities for the entire family.

It didn’t take long for the amazing ‘Jax’ to capture the attention of a roomful of Grade 1 students at Cardston Elementary School.

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