SMB sets hearing dates on White City’s annexation bid
A lengthy dispute between the Town of White City and RM of Edenwold over the town’s proposed annexation of RM lands is, at long last, heading for a resolution. Six…
Gillies resigns as Sedley administrator after 15 years
For the first time in over 15 years, Sedley ratepayers will soon see a new face at the village administrator’s desk. Samantha Gillies, who started in what was then called…
Flag football coming to Sedley?
Krissy Hofer wants to see kids in the Quad Town area playing flag football in the Regina Youth Flag Football organization’s fall league next year. Hofer is planning to have…
EDITORIAL: ‘Living’ with COVID not quite what it seems
It’s amazing what people can get used to. For the first time in months, we reported last week on Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 numbers. What we found, via the province’s own data,…
From The Vault: Larger catastrophe barked back as Francis fire destroys two homes
[This story was originally published in the May 21, 2015 edition of the Quad Town Forum.] Man’s best friend is being credited with preventing a local disaster from ending up…
The Balgonie Bobcats Fundraising Committee is nearing the end of its fundraising campaign for a ninja obstacle course on the Balgonie Elementary School grounds.
Southeast Regional Library hosts Aboriginal storytelling event
Southeast Regional Library (SRL) offered residents from communities throughout the region a chance to learn cooking basics from Sioux chef Dickie Yuzicapi during a live virtual event held Feb. 22.
Past year’s success story, upcoming events, rebranding discussed at Kronau museum AGM
Kronau Heritage Museum reported an increase in program revenue, ideas for future fundraising events, and updates on facility upgrades at its Feb. 26 annual general meeting, which was held online.
Balgonie Soccer charts course for 2022 season at AGM
Balgonie Soccer held its annual general meeting Feb. 13 discussing registration options, board positions and plans for the 2022 season.
Vibank deputy mayor resigns; code of ethics, snow removal, asset management, census also discussed
Vibank residents may be voting in a by-election next month, after village council accepted deputy mayor Roger Ecarnot’s resignation Feb. 22.