The Week of March 18 to 24, 2007

Trojans Awards Banquet
March 19, 2007
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale :
The season is wrapped up for this year and it was time to look back on the achievements and the adventures of the past year as the players and Trojan executive celebrated the end of the 2006 - 2007 season. This story includes a nine minute video of the event streamed using QuickTime.
The Greenwater report
March 19, 2007
by: Gerald Crawford
Greenwater Provincial Park :
Back from Alberta now off to Saskatoon, definitely Crawfords are on the road again. Signs of spring and spring storms as the park gears up for the coming season while Crawfords Family Fashions expands to another outlet this one in Foam Lake.
The waddlers are back
March 20, 2007
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale :
The first five of our local Canada geese (Niska) population have made it back and are cheerfully awaiting the spring run off.
The Bloc has taken the bribe
March 20, 2007
by: Eugene Parks
Victoria B.C. :
The Federal budget brought down yesterday is truly a set of bribes aimed at various target populations within the country without an over all plan or common mission for the country. Taxes are being allotted this way and that to bring contented smiles and the Bloc has bought the bribe to sustain the government. This has all happened before.
Where is the justice in all this?
March 21, 2007
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale :
The second trial for a Tisdale man charged with sexual assault is almost over and this writer is wondering just what purpose did all this serve and did it help our society, make us safer?
Whatever became of Sandra Kaufmann?
March 22, 2007
by: Timothy W. Shire
Tisdale :
Thirty four years ago as principal of Ceylon school this writer was also the ball coach and in today's story he thinks back to the team and wonders what became of those great people. Sandra will be almost fifty years old now.
Ste´phane Dion speaks out for Western Farmers
March 23, 2007
by: David Orchard
There is considerable misinformation about the Canadian Wheat Board and its origins. In this story announcing an upcoming speech by the Liberal leader Mr. Orchard points out that the Wheat Board was originally established by a Conservative government.
David Anderson and the truth
March 24, 2007
by: Joyce Neufeld
David Anderson is the Saskatchewan member of parliament who is the Parliamentary Secretary for the Canadian Wheat Board and he like the government is determined to do as the Americans want and destroy the efficient and effective marketing mechanism. The man seems to have a bit of a problem when it comes to keeping the facts and the truth straight.
Protest school closures at the Leg Tuesday at 12:00
March 25, 2007
by: Christine Whitaker
Its time the government and Saskatchewan politicians became aware of how vital local schools are to the continued viability of rural Saskatchewan.