By: Dolores ClementsScotty Munro descended on Estevan in the summer of 1956 to lay the groundwork for his upcoming entry into the hockey world here. “Scotty” as he is known throughout hockey circles explained the operation of his club and stressed the fact that the ‘Indians” would not cost the city a cent, if they […]
Regina Silver Foxes
The 56th annual Grammy Awards were held in Los Angeles on Sunday night with performances from Taylor Swift, Madonna, John Legend, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Jay Z, Beyonce and many more. Take a look at some of the top winners below: Record of the year“Get Lucky” — Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers […]
Today would have been Bette’s 111th birthday. For the occasion, I’m proud to be honoring Bette with a blogathon for the fourth consecutive year. Bloggers, once you have completed your entries, please submit them on the comments section below or via email, and I will showcase them as soon as I can. Thank you. Without […]
Happy National Reading Month! When this time of year comes around, I usually don’t do anything to celebrate the occasion. As a reader, I have felt bad about not doing anything to acknowledge it. But, now that I have a blog, I have the opportunity to commemorate National Reading Month! Over the years, I’ve observed […]
Saskatchewan athletes won four bronze medals Tuesday at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer.
The Regina Pat Canadians control their own destiny as they hope to finish first in the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League.
Roar of the Rings, the Canadian Olympic curling trials, will be held in Saskatoon late in 2021.
Carol LaFayette-Boyd of Regina has been named the 2018 female athlete of the year by World Masters Athletics.
Kirk Muyres won the A-event qualifier Friday at the provincial Tankard in Whitewood.
The battle of the Cougars is set for Friday, 7 p.m., at the University of Regina’s Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport. The University of Regina Cougars are to play host to the Mount Royal Cougars, from Calgary, in a sudden-death Canada West men’s basketball play-in game. Regina (14-6) was seeded fifth after the regular […]
So what we do here each year as a warm up for the Oscars is, I break down each of the 24 categories. The idea is to both familiarize everyone with the category and its history. I look at what the major trends are throughout the past bunch of years, how the precursors tend to […]
Kurt Oatway of the Regina Alpine Race Team is celebrating two silver medals at the world-championship level.
Former major-league slugger Matt Stairs will be the guest speaker at this year’s Regina Red Sox dinner.
Swift Current and Medicine Hat were named co-hosts of the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge on Wednesday. The tournament is slated for Nov. 2-9. It’s the first time in the event’s 33-year history that it will be co-hosted by cities in two different provinces. Swift Current — home to the 2,879-seat Innovation Credit Union iPlex […]
Hockey Day in Saskatchewan festivities are set for Jan. 18 to 20 in Gull Lake. On Jan. 18, ex-NHLer Dennis Hull is to be the guest speaker at the HDIS banquet. A tripleheader at the Gull Lake Skating Rink will be the centrepiece of the schedule Jan. 19. Games will feature teams from the Saskatchewan […]
The Wascana Country Club has presented Brooke Henderson with an honourary life membership.