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Keeping Your Relationship Strong Members Public

Building a strong and enduring relationship requires effort, nurturing and a shared commitment from both partners. I will outline the elements that can make or break a relationship.

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Arts, Entertainment, Culture

Craik RCMP responded to a fatal house fire Members Public

At approximately 12:30 p.m. on February 18, 2024, Craik RCMP received a report of a house fire on Ottawa Street in Davidson, Saskatchewan.

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Health and Education

Accepting Others Members Public

As a psychologist and author, one of my favourite pastimes is to observe and reflect upon the human condition.

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Arts, Entertainment, Culture

Lantern Cove's Timeless Elegance Awaits Members Public

Approaching the Lantern Cove a contemporary two-story home design, one is immediately struck by its unique modern exterior. The house features a shed roof, setting it apart from the more traditional homes in the neighborhood.

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business and agriculture

March Skies Members Public

The Moon begins the month in the phase called “waning gibbous,” meaning humped, like a camel’s back, and waning means decreasing.

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Arts, Entertainment, Culture

Minister Message - On the surface Members Public

Desperate to make winter less mundane I’ve been hanging out at my local pool swimming laps. I think it has helped, it certainly hasn’t hurt. The warm water makes me think summer isn’t as far off.

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Minister Message

Worrying What Others Think Members Public

Caring too much what others think of you is a common experience for many. It is natural, though not always healthy, to desire validation and approval from others. When this concern becomes excessive, it can negatively impact or wellbeing and hinder our personal growth.

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Arts, Entertainment, Culture

Thimbleberry Is Your Perfect Retreat Members Public

Welcome to the Thimbleberry, a captivating shingle-style house plan nestled on a sloped lot, offering a harmonious blend of rustic allure and modern comfort. Its distinctive hexagonal floor plan invites exploration and sparks the imagination, ensuring each visit is filled with delightful surprises.

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business and agriculture

Jesus, Friend of Sinners Members Public

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Calgary helping my son and daughter-in-law work on their recently acquired home. It’s in a neighbourhood filled with drugs, crime, and many “sinners.” They actually moved there in obedience to the promptings of Jesus to reach out to their neighbourhood.

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Minister Message

Experience the great outdoors on free fishing weekend Members Public

Calling all anglers! Free Fishing Weekend is coming up on the Family Day weekend in Saskatchewan. From February 17-19, residents and visitors can angle on Saskatchewan's public waters without a license.

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Sports

Evil forces from within Members Public

Have you ever felt internal conflict? We all sometimes feel confused, not knowing what to do next. Our minds are torn and emotions falling apart.

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Minister Message

Archwood Seamless Duplex Living Members Public

The Archwood is a charming duplex plan that seamlessly blends comfort and functionality in its 2872 square feet of total living area. Each unit offers a spacious 1436 square feet, ensuring ample space for families to thrive.

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business and agriculture

Obituary - Oehler, Christian Albert Members Public

Chris passed away peacefully on January 26th in his 93rd year

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Obituaries Memoriams

Sour Grapes Members Public

Don Cherry recently celebrated his 90th birthday. Ron Maclean even bought him a card, I assume he must have found it under a bus somewhere, seeing as that was where Maclean so callously tossed Cherry after Rogers fired the iconic master of Coaches Corner.

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Op-Ed

Minister message - Tracks in the Snow Members Public

I remember my father-in-law, Walter Block, sharing a number of years ago, how, as a young boy, he would head off across the white field of freshly fallen snow towards the old school house with certain determination to walk as straight a line as he could!

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Minister Message

Letter to the Editor - Thanks, From all of us Members Public

Jennifer Argue is no longer working for the Last Mountain Times Newspaper. The public owes Jennifer and the newspaper a vote of thanks for reporting on local municipal council meetings in the area.

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business and agriculture