Borderland Co-op sales reach $58 million

It was Borderland Co-ops second best year for sales last year with the business once again topping more than $55 million in sales for...

Local teens heading to international derby tourney

Two Whitewood teenagers are preparing to take part in an international roller derby tournament in Oregon next weekend and will participate in a Canadian...

Questions on assessments to be answered

In the absence of the mayor at the April 18meeting, deputy mayor Chad Kelly chaired the meeting, with all other council members in attendance. Prior...

Volunteers help create a positive impact on lives

The Whitewood Nursing Home honoured its volunteers April 25 when they invited the many people who assist them throughout the year to make the...

Martin case adjourned for election until May 19

The Jerry Martin drug trafficking case came before the courts in Broadview once against this week, and for an eighth time, it was postponed. Martin...

Plans going ahead for arena lounge expansion

The Community Centre has now been transitioned to summer with the ice out and the facility preparing for the Not So Famous People Player’s...

Whitewood’s Canada 150 celebration gearing up

With just over two months remaining before Whitewood will celebrate Canada’s 150th and the town’s 125th birthdays, organizers are busy finalizing plans for the...

Marijuana to be legalized

The legal framework for the legalization of marijuana was introduced by the Liberal government April 13. The use of marijuana (cannabis) that was once labelled...

Jerry Martin case adjourned for another week

Jerry Martin’s drug trafficking case was postponed for another week once again when the case came before the courts in Broadview on April 19. This...

Broadview cairn part of Canada 150 art project

Two artists are trekking across Canada and stopping every 150 kilometres to capture beautiful Canadian scenes to mark the country’s 150th birthday. Alison Grapes and...