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Lumsden, Saskatchewan
Wednesday, June 28, 2017


Southey celebrating $92,000 for Lions Park overhaul

Two generous donations are helping to breathe new life into a Southey park. The Southey and District Recreation Board (SDRB) has announced more than $92,000...

Student mural unveiled at Lumsden Museum

A new mural at the Lumsden Museum is set to breathe new life into an old blacksmith’s shop and give visitors a glimpse of...

LHS recognizes student achievement with extra-curricular awards

From student representative council (SRC) and art club, to volleyball and badminton, students at Lumsden High School (LHS) were busy with extra-curricular activities this...

Regina Beach author honoured with Aboriginal Literature Award

A Regina Beach author, storyteller and artist is receiving recognition for her compelling novel that takes on the topic of the Sixties Scoop. Bearskin Diary,...

Lumsden celebrates National Aboriginal Day

The Lumsden Museum was alive with dancing and storytelling Wednesday as the site hosted Lumsden’s National Aboriginal Day celebrations. The celebrations kicked off  at 1:30...

Bethune Mine produces first tonnes of potash

Earlier than expected, Bethune’s new mine and Saskatchewan’s first potash mine in more than 40 years, has produced its first tonnes of marketable potash. The...

$1.2 million in upgrades unveiled for Country Thunder grounds in Craven

The name isn’t the only change country music fans will notice when they descend on the Country Thunder festival grounds in Craven this July. Instead...

Heart and Stroke Big Bike pedals into Lumsden

It impacts more than 1.6 million Canadians, and every seven minutes it claims another life. It’s heart disease and stroke. But research, made possible through fundraising,...

Field of Dreams: Adventure park opens in Qu’Appelle Valley

The first zip line Terry Deck ever built was created solely for his family, the contractor and father of three looking to spend one-on-one...

Thinking of you: Community celebrates RSS class of 2017

A black backdrop with strings of twinkling lights, and bright gold lettering spelling the year set the stage, white lighting helping to illuminate the...


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