The Week of November 27
to December 3, 2005

Bill Barry - People Places author
November 28, 2005
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : The distinguished writer, Bill Barry was at the Golden Age Centre sign to copies of his two new books released this fall and entertained the audiance with some local colour as to the early days in the Tisdale area.
The Greenwater Report
November 29, 2005
by : Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park : Looks like the lake is freezing over and Gerald is talking seeriously about putting up his Christmas lights. He had a digital phtography seminar in Porcupine Plain and was in Kelvington for Moonlight madness.
Logicboard woes
November 30, 2005
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : As Eben Flood well knew, most things break. Ensign and Saskatchewan News spent most of November frozen in time as the main machine used to create these pages suffered considerable humilation with its main logic board failing, taking with it half a terabyte of data in the computer's two hard drives.
Agriculture Policy
December 1, 2005
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : Saskatchewan political and agricultural leaders are calling on federal politicians to put forth agricultural policy that would provide some help for the dreary situation Saskatchewan's agricultural industry finds itself. This short article considers the problem.
New cemetery
December 1, 2005
by : Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale : The Tisdale Cemetery has approached its limit and a new area is underdevelopment between the hospital and Heritage Road for an expanded cemetery area.