Whitewood native Brent McEwen hoists the Stanley Cup above his head after the Los Angeles Kings defeated the New York Rangers.

Stanley Cup coming to Whitewood

The holy grail of the National Hockey League (NHL) will be coming to Whitewood later this month when a former resident and current scout for the Los Angeles Kings brings it to ... More »

Concrete pad is poured for the new splash park

Splash Park coming along

ash Park at the Whitewood Pool is advancing at a steady pace with the concrete pad now poured and the water hooked up. The underground and site preparation was completed earlier this ... More »

Jack Clarkson's Book

Former Whitewood resident recalls times as a mountie turned bush pilot

John (Jack) Clarkson has enjoyed life to the fullest and still today, at 84, is planning for his next adventure. The Whitewood born Clarkson was an RCMP officer and a bush pilot ... More »

Don Toth & Premier Brad Wall

Toth’s assistant hopes to replace him as MLA

Another name has been thrown into the hat to replace outgoing Moosomin MLA Don Toth, who announced in April that he won’t seek re-election. Jeff Cole, of Moosomin, had his nomination papers ... More »

canadian money

Whitewood & Moosomin miss cut for Kraft funding

The finalists have been announced for the 2014 Kraft Celebration Tour and Whitewood was not one of the finalists to receive up to $100,000 for a community project. The top 10 finalists ... More »

Canada Day filled with spirit(s)

You can take our basements, but you will never take our spirits. Okay, that may be a bad reference to the famed William Wallace quote from the movie Braveheart where he yells, “They may take our lives, but they”ll never...

New winners at school marathon

Rain didn’t stop the annual Gerry Norick Marathon from going ahead at the Whitewood School last Thursday morning and for the first time in three years, two new runners claimed first place in the three kilometer run for both the...

We are Canada – that place above the USA

Canada is about to turn 147 years old on July 1st. Canada – you know, the place where snow, maple syrup, poutine and Celine Dion come from. That country where the national police force rides horses, dresses in red serge...

Falcons soar high with four wins and 52 runs

The Whitewood Falcons seemed to have found their groove in the Southeast Men’s Fastball League after the team went undefeated in their last four games, scoring 52 runs while only giving up 13. The Falcons began their point spree on...

The solution to embarrassing buys

Some people embarrass easy. When it comes to men, we embarrass even easier. There is a fear that exists within almost every man out there who is involved in a relationship of some sort with a woman. It is a...

Whitewood Ringleaders move up derby standings

The Whitewood Ringleader Rollergirls hosted a roller derby tournament last weekend where the team’s performance on the track saw their Canadian rank move up substantially. Roller derby is an American-invented contact sport that is played predominantly by females. The game...

Don’t condemn the promotion of a condom

Every once in a while you see something happen that just screams to have a column written about it. But as you begin to sit down and write it, you realize that it is one of those topics that must...

Poncelet Memorial set to tee off July 5

Whitewood’s largest annual one day golf tournament is fast approaching and organizers are hoping to see a repeat of last year’s record setting event. The Chad & Blake Poncelet Memorial Golf Tournament will take place this year on Saturday, July...

Green is the colour, fear is the game

Ever since I have been a wee lad, I have had a woman telling me the same thing over and over. First it was my mother. Then it was my grandmother. Now it is my wife. And over the almost...

Grand slam gives Falcons 10-0 win over Moosomin

The Whitewood Falcons couldn’t have asked for a better start to their season when the local men’s fastball team not only won their first game but they did it in style. After having their season opener canceled on May 20...