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TALK OF THE TOWN Yorkton Fri., March 3, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Grace Presbyterian Church (by the water tower). Freewill offering. An international interdenominational service prepared by and focusing on the women of the Philippines. Everyone is welcome to the service as well as the lunch and fellowship following. for more info contact Jackie Sedley at 306-621-4589. Old Time Gospel Hymn Sing - Sun., Feb. 19, 6:00 p.m., Heartland Baptist Church, 384 Gladstone Ave. S. Congregational singing of old time classics, pickyour-favorite selections, special music and hymn history. Lunch and fellowship. Everyone welcome. New Horizons Friday Night Dance, 78 First Ave. N., Yorkton, Sk. Great night of dancing. Everyone is welcome to attend. Time: 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Music by: Gerry’s Boys, Fri., Feb. 17; Len Gadica, Fri., Feb. 24, Admission: Feb. 3; Feb. 17; Feb. 24. $10.00 Contact person: Peter-306-782-1846. Yoga Classes For Seniors Every Tues. and Sat., Jan. 3 to May 13, 2017, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon. 45 minute session. $5.00 per person. New Horizons Senior Centre, 78 First Ave. N., Yorkton, SK. Preregistration not required. Please bring your own mat. For further information contact: Vi - 306-782-7218. Parkland Writers Alliance: Contact Carol Knoll 306-782-5755.
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Learn about volunteer opportunities at Sunrise Health Region for all ages and at all times. For more information, contact Suzette Szumutku, Director of Volunteer Resources, 306-786-0468 or suzette.szumutku@shr. sk.ca. Parkland Woodworking Guild meets at 7:30 p.m. the 2nd Thurs. of each month. Sept. to June, in the basement of Seventh Day Adventist Church, 384 Gladstone Ave. S. Our members do woodworking, carving, scrolling, turning or build furniture. We have a members library, visitors welcome. Contact Jerry at 306-7866652 or Norman 306-8962398. Citizens on Patrol Program Yorkton - COPP
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Anne Portnuff seat project one-third along Many generous friends of live performance have stepped up to support the revitalization of the Annne Portnuff Theatre at Yorkton Regional High School. According to a report given to members of the Portnuff revitalization committee (on February 6, 2017) just over $12,948.00 has been donated directly by groups and individuals so far. With the provision of a recently announced Community Inititiatives (CIS) grant of $25,000 from the Province of Saskatchewan, plus a fifty-four thousand dollar start-up fund from Good Spirit School Division, the project total of $92,000.00 is approach-
ing the “one-third done” mark, says Tonia Vermette of the Yorkton Arts Council, who are participating in the project . “On the other hand”, says Vermette, “we do feel a sense of urgency to complete the fund-raising stage, if possible, this year.” “In part, the urgency is because grants come with a time line and we must be ready to install over 700 new seats into our iconic theatre by summer of 2018.” Total cost of seats and installation, plus some other “touch up items” will be close to $300,000.00, adding, “In some ways it’s a challenging
number, but we are confident, with further support from the community,, YRHS alumni and hopefully, more major corporate donors, we will be ‘ over the top’ this year.” Donations of any amount are welcomed, but people who will donate a single seat – cost of ($350.00) or more, may have their named placed on a seatback plaque and the committee is planning a special “donor recognition wall” for corporate and other potential large donations. (The 2016 YRHS alumni are an example of a group donation - over $2000.00 – and at least one other class has committed funds to the project) Donors may give directly
at the YRHS office or on line at www.TheAnnePortnuff.ca. A Facebook page is in process. The Portnuff project includes funding partners partners: Dance Innovations, Free My Muse Theatre Company, Parkland Dance festival, Troyanda Dance Ensemble, Yorkton Arts Council, Yorkton Music Festival Association, Yorkton Regional High School, Yorkton Community Bands and Yorkton Kalyna Dance. The Portnuff Theatre seats are “showing their age” having hosted thousands of student and other community theatrical/musical/public events since its opening in 1967.
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Contributions of teachers and school staff acknowledged
Deputy Premier and Minister of Education Don Morgan has proclaimed February 12-18, 2017 as Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week. This marks the 30th year that Teacher/Staff
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Unemployment rate drops for third straight month In January 2017, Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate dropped from 6.6 per cent in December to 6.4 per cent in January (seasonally adjusted). Saskatchewan had the fourth lowest unemployment rate among the provinces. There were 558,600 people employed in January 2017, 4,800 fewer than in January 2016. “Our unemployment rate has dropped for the third consecutive month, however our economy continues to feel the impact of low resource prices,” Economy Minister Jeremy Harrison said. “Although the overall number of Saskatchewan people
employed has decreased over the past year, there are positives including increased employment for off-reserve aboriginals, and increases in the trade, technical and transportation sectors.” Other January 2017 highlights include: Major year-over-year gains were reported for trade, up 6,000; professional, scientific and technical services up 4,800; and transportation and warehousing up 1,300. Off-reserve Aboriginal employment was up 4,300 for seven consecutive months of year-over-year increases. Aboriginal youth employment was up 1,100 for nine consecutive months of year-over-
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talk of the town Continued from Page A4 Canora Canora TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at the Keen Age Centre at 409 Main Street. Weigh in at 5:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome any time. Call Darlene 306-563-6848 for more information or www. tops.org Dubuc Potashville Singles Club Dances - All dances held a the Dubuc Hall from 8 - 12. Potluck lunch at 10:30. Feb. 25, Len Gadica; March 25, Ed Hickie; April 8, Dennis Ficor; April 29, Old Country Lads; May 13, Old Country Lads; May 20, Prairie Pride; Sept. 16, Zayshley’s; Sept. 30, Country Sunshine; Oct. 14, Ron & Sandra; Oct. 21, Len Gadica & Ron & Sandra Octoberfest 5 - 12, lunch supplied by the Club; Nov. 18, Country Lads; Nov. 25,
Ebenezer Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday Morning Services: Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School children & adults 9:30 a.m. Esterhazy St. Patrick’s Dance - Esterhazy Legion Hall, Sat., March 11 from 8 p.m. - 12 a.m. Lunch served at 10:30 p.m. Music by Len Gadica. 306-745-6555 or 306-745-2696. Esterhazy Golden Jets would like to invite members and non-members to join them at their Senior Centre for an afternoon of cards. Whist: Wed. at 1:30 p.m.; Bridge: Thurs. at 1:00 p.m.; Spades: Thurs. at 1:30 p.m. Come and enjoy the socializing. Esterhazy Royal Canadian Legion #249 D abb er Bi n go ever y Thurs. Early bird 7:00 p.m. Regular games 7:30 p.m. Jackpot license no. CB160043. “Recover y” is a suppor t group for those recovering from
ment a l illne s s. Bot h men a nd women a re welcome to meet at the Council Chambers at the Esterhazy Town Office every Wed. at 1:00, except on civic holidays. Twin Valley Riding Club monthly meetings first Tues. of the month at Esterhazy Town Office, 8 p.m. Phone 306-745-3720. Esterhazy TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Wed. at the Golden Jets Building on Main Street. Weigh in at 6:30 pm, meeting to follow at 6:45 pm. New members welcome any time, call 306.745.2980 or www.tops.org for more information. Esterhazy branch of t he Sa sk at chewa n Wildlife Federation meets third Wed. of each month 8 p.m. Legion Hall. Esterhazy and District CanSurmount Support Group meets on second Mon. at 2:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s United Church, Esterhazy. Contact Joyce Anderson 306-745-3800. Foam Lake Fo a m L a k e T OP S
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Dr. Justin Eckert graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry in Waterloo, ON, in 2016, with the Abbot Medical Optics General Proficiency Award second in his class. Prior to this, Dr. Eckert attended the University of Regina Campion College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with Great Distinction.
Fort Qu’Appelle Ft. Q u ’A p p e l l e TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Tues. at 154 Craigleith Ave. N. Weigh in at 5:00 p.m. and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call 306-783-3765 for more info or www.tops.org.
Dr. Eckert’s clinical training included working at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky, focused on treatment and management of ocular disease. He gained valuable private practice experience working in rural SK, in Emerald Park, Weyburn and Swift Current. He has taken part in mission work in Peru providing eye care to those in need. When Dr. Eckert is not in the office, he has a variety of interests including work in fabrication and building a custom hot rod. He also enjoys spending his free time with friends and family including their two dogs, Abby and Jake.
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A5 Ituna Lakeside United Church Shrove Tuesday Pancake and Ham Supper at Hubbard Hall on Tues., Feb. 28 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost Adults $8.00; 10 & under $4.00; preschoolers free. Ituna Volunteer Fire Department Steak Night - March 31, Sacred Heart Parish Centre. Happy Hour - 5:30 p.m.; Supper - 6:30 p.m. $30 steak; $10 burger. Raffle prizes, 50/50. Proceeds will be used to purchase rescue equipment. For tickets or more info, contact Kendi Shewchuk at 306-795-7227. Dabber Bingo is played every Friday at 2:00 p.m. from Oct. through April and at 7 p.m. May through Sept. Card games are played every Thurs., and Fun and Fitness is Mon. through Fri. at 9:00 a.m. There is an activity afternoon on Tues. at 1:30 p.m. with shuffleboard, carpet bowling, cards and other activities. Our activity evening is Wed. evening at 7:00 p.m. Come out and enjoy cribbage. These activities are open to all 50+ members and nonmembers to enjoy activity and socializing. The Ituna Branch of the Parkland Regional Library, 518 5th Ave. NE. Library and CAP site hours are as follows: Tues.: 11:30-4:30; Wed.: 11:30-4:30; Thurs.: 10:30-4:30. Kamsack Pre-Lenten Supper, St. Josaphat’s Ukrainian Catholic Hall, Kamsack Sk:, Sun., Feb. 19, 2017. 4-7pm. Tickets available - D&M Accounting, Kamsack; Bucks Dollar Store Kamsack; & 306-5423593. Adults - $15; 6-12 - $7; 5 & under - free. St. Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church Annual Pancake Brunch - Sun., Feb. 26, 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Adults $10, family $25, 12 & under $5. All proceeds to Telemiracle. For more info phone Helen at 306-542-2755. Basic bridge lessons, Kamsack Senior Centre, 416 1st St. Saturdays at
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. from Jan. 14 thru to April 8. Can drop in anytime. Cost $5.00 per lesson, contact 306-5422924, Loraine/Charlie. Kamsack Legion Regular Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tues. at 7:30 p.m. Community involvement is encouraged to help us survive.There are no meetings on holidays and in July/August. Kamsack Cancer Self Help Group: meets third Wed. of each month at 1:30 p.m. in the boardroom of the Sunrise Health office on Queen Elizabeth Blvd. East in Kamsack. Meetings are open to anyone who is or has been affected by cancer; survivors, caregivers or family members. This group does not meet during the months of July and August. For more info please call Jan at 306-5907770. Last fall the Kamsack Volunteer Fire Fighters (KVFF) came to the Legion with an appeal to help them raise money for a well-needed service vehicle. Every Friday (except holidays) we will open the Legion from 7-9 p.m. for Chase the Ace. The fire fighters will be selling food items and we will co-share the bar. Other venues will be introduced if and when this jackpot grows. There will be a consolation winner every week and eventually when the “Ace of Hearts” is drawn the jackpot will be awarded and the process will start again. The Kamsack Housing Authority has openings for Seniors at this time. The rent is calculated on 30% of the gross income. To request an application or for more information, please call Judy at 306-5422383 or send an email to kamsackhousing@gmail. com. BAKER’S DOZEN GLUTEN FREE BREAD CLUB *PURCHASE TWELVE LOAVES OF GLUTEN FREE BREAD AND RECEIVE YOUR THIRTEENTH FREE* (Cannot be combined with any other offer)
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Pelly Shrove Tues., Feb. 28. Supper at the Happy Hearts. 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.. Pancakes, sausages, angel food cake, strawberries, and ice cream. Coffee House at Pelly Community Hall will be held on the second Saturday of each month.
Come sing, play instruments, dance. 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Admission $3.00. Potluck lunch. The Pelly Housin g Aut hor it y presently has vacancies. Seniors, families or individuals are encouraged to apply. The rent for a housing unit is based on 30% of the gross household income. For more info, please contact the manager, Victoria Makohoniuk at 306-595-4902. Pelly Bingos are held ever y Sat . and ever y first and third Wed. of the month at the Happy Hearts Centre. All bingos start at 7:30 p.m. Soup and Sandwich at the Pelly Happy Hearts on the 4th Friday of each month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Soup, sandwich, dessert a n d b eve r a g e $ 8 . 0 0 . Everyone welcome. Pelly United Church S er v ic e a n d Su n d a y School every Sunday at 11 a.m. Everyone welcome. Pa rk la nd Reg ional Librar y Pelly Branch Library hours: Tues., 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.; Thurs., 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Public access site available, for more info call 306-5952243. Preeceville Come join the fun at Club 60. Shuffleboard & carpet bowling starting up for the fall season at 1 p.m. weekly. No age limit. Coffee and light lunch to follow. Fee $5.00. Card games anytime. Contact Marge Bodnar 306-547-
Continued from Page A6 Melville Melville Senior Citizens Dance, 204 2nd Ave. West, Melville, Thurs., 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission: $7.00 per person. Everyone welcome. Thurs., Feb. 23, 2017, music by: Ed Hickie; Thurs., March 2, 2017, music by Ron and Sandra Rudoski. Melville Art Club Gift Shop at Melville Community Works will open Tues. and Thurs., 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Many useful and unusual items by local artists will be available. Want to place your new for sale artistic items? Contact Theresa 306-728-2182. The Melville Art Club meet the third Tues. of each month at Melville Community Works at 7.30 p.m. If you are interested in art, promoting the arts, or participating in classes you are welcome to join us. For info call Theresa 306-728 2182. Melville TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter meets every Wed. at the Melville Community Works, 800 Prince Edward St. Weigh in at 6:00 and meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Contact Amy 306728-5272 for more information or www.tops.org Melville & District German Heritage Club invites new members; k nowledge of the language not necessary. Monthly socials and other events; contact Elaine M i l le r 3 0 6 -7 2 8 - 4 9 4 2 ; Arnold Issel 306-728-3191. For hall rentals contact Ed Miller 306-728-2038. Melville and District Scandinavian Heritage Club invites new member s… Lu ncheon meeting held the second Mon. of each month. We offer lessons in wood car ving, and other crafts. We tour museums, old churches, and are
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A8 Rama Canada Day 150 - Sat., July 1. Comedian/Supper & Dance (Zayshleys)/Night Lunch. Tickets available: March 17 - May 26. Call 306593-6120 or 306-593-6000 to reserve. P.A.L.S. Club on Front Street in Rama is open for coffee Mon. to Sat., 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. $1.25 for bottomless cup of coffee. Delicious meals every Friday at 6:30. Potluck is last Friday of the month. $5.00 with a pot, $10.00 without a pot. Lively entertainment to follow. Rhein Coffee Hour at the Golden Agers in Rhein, Mon., Wed., and Friday afternoons. Approx 2:30 – 3:30. Christ Lutheran Church - Sunday Worship, 10:30 a.m,. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Confirmation Classes 7:00 p.m. For more church events and interesting articles, check out “Christ Lutheran Church Rhein” on Facebook. Rocanville Rocanville TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets each Monday in the Farmers Building, lower level, 98 Ellice St., weigh in at 6:30 p.m., meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Contact 306783-3765 or www.tops.org for further information. Roca nv ille T h r if t S t o r e welc o m e s yo u Mon., Wed. and Fri., 1 - 4 p.m., Thurs, evenings 6 - 8 p.m. All good quality d o n a t io n s a c c e p t e d . Entirely operated by volu nt e er s , w it h a l l proceeds returned to t he commu nit y a nd surrounding areas. The Rocanville Seniors Club invites all seniors to join in spades on Mon. and now Sat. afternoons and cribbage on Thurs. afternoon. Saltcoats Saltcoats TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) meets each Tuesday at the Saltcoats United Church, lower level. Weigh in at 5:45 pm, meeting to follow. New members welcome anytime. Call Sharon at 306-744-2901, Marie at 306744-2556, Margaret at 306-
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TALK OF THE TOWN Continued from Page A10 Theodore T he o do r e Un it e d Church invites everyone in Theodore and surrounding areas to join us at Sunday morning worship. Our reg ular week ly ser v ices, a nd Sunday School, start at 9:30 a.m. Togo The annual Togo Snowmobile Derby and Irondog Vintage Derby Sun., Feb. 19, 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. - both start at the Togo Centennial Arena in Togo. The Togo Derby registration for 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., will run first north, back to Togo and then south for a total of 80 kms. The Irondog Derby registration from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. will travel to the Irondog Cabin and back again. For more info www. villageoftogo.com. Togo bingos held every Wed. evening at the
• On Feb. 26, 1919, the Grand Canyon is established as a national park. American geologist John Wesley Powell, who popularized the term “Grand Canyon” in the 1870s, was the first person to travel the entire length of the gorge in 1869. The harrowing voyage was made in four rowboats. • On Feb. 25, 1938, the city of Miami gets its first drive-in movie theater. At their peak in the late 1950s and early 1960s, there were some 4,000 drive-ins across America. • On Feb. 23, 1945, dur-
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DEAR DR. ROACH: I have been taking Lipitor for high cholesterol. Lately, my pharmacist said that all statins can cause memory loss. I hesitate to stop taking Lipitor, but I don’t want this side effect. Please advise. — P.C. ANSWER: Your pharmacist is quite right that some users of statins can have the unwanted side effect of memory loss.
By Cindy Elavsky Q: I love Kristen Bell. Is it true that she’ll be back in a revival of “Veronica Mars”? Please say yes! — Kendra F., via email A: Yes, but they are not sure yet when this will happen. Kristen and creator Rob Thomas have teased its return in a special sixepisode redux of the culthit series. The only hitch: They have to work around her schedule for “The Good Place” and Rob’s schedule for the CW’s “Lost Boys” revival. Rob recently revealed: “Kristen and I both want to figure out some way we could do a six-episode ‘Veronica Mars’ mystery. If
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I were a betting man, I bet that it will happen. I just don’t know when it will be. We need to find a window where we could both do it. When actors are on network shows, most standard contracts will give them outs for, like, one episode a year of guest-starring. But then there also are sometimes outs if you’re doing something that is noncompetitive. Would NBC consider a ‘Veronica Mars’ thing on, like, Netflix noncompetitive? We haven’t figured that out yet.” Q: You mentioned a while back that “Hand of God” would be back on Amazon soon, but I haven’t been able to find anything else about it. Do you have an update? — Valerie F., Madison, Wisc. A: The second and final season of the series starring Ron Perlman and
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Q: Do you know if “Longmire” will be back for a sixth season on Netflix? — Jeff S., via email A: Netflix has announced that the Western crime drama will be back for a sixth and final season. All we know as of this writing is that it will premiere sometime this year, and it will be 10 episodes. Executive producers Greer Shephard, Hunt Baldwin and John Coveny released this statement: “We are grateful to Netflix for the opportunity to compose a closing chapter for these beloved characters who inspire lasting memories. Most importantly, we’re committed to delivering a dynamic and satisfying conclusion to our fans that rewards their longtime loyalty.”
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When you travel, what souvenirs end up meaning the most? Photos, clothing, impulse items stashed in the side pockets of your luggage? When I pondered the same question and reflected on special trips, I was surprised to discover that the recipes I’ve jotted in my journal are the takehomes that really live on. Travel and food: a great combination! That’s what my Australian-born-andraised neighbor Felicity
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Your ideas are finally reaching those who can appreciate them. But don’t expect any immediate reactions. That will come later. Meanwhile, a personal matter needs your attention. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Your energy levels are rising, and you’re feeling restless and eager to get into some activity, whether it’s for profit or just for fun. In either case, the aspects are highly favorable, so go for it. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A relationship seems to be winding down from passionate to passive. It’s up to you to decide what
less. While I enjoy this yogurt and nutty, crunchy muesli with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a drizzle of milk, Felicity likes to spoon a couple of tablespoons over a portion of Special K cereal. Her 13-year-old daughter eats it for an after-school snack as is. Make breakfasts in 2017 a priority for your kids to fuel them for their walk to the bus stop and throughout their morning academics. Stir up the natural ingredients and be surprised, like my family, at how tasty and filling this healthy oat-based mixture can be. It lasts for a week in your fridge, but I guar-
antee it will be eaten well before that.
Britton, a globe-trotting mother of two teenage daughters, and I got excited about in a recent conversation. She recalled adventuresome days in her 20s as a marketer for a major cruise line. The lavish on-board breakfast buf-
fet included a heaping bowl of a creamy-style, cold muesli (oats mixed with yogurt, milk, nuts and fruit, etc.) specifically prepared for the tastes of European guests. “I loved it,” she said. She inquired about the recipe and has prepared variations of it for over 20 years — truly, a breakfast staple in her home. “This must be some travel souvenir,” I thought. Well, it is. The basic, healthy ingredients are easy for your kids to stir up in minutes for a week’s worth of breakfasts that store nicely in your refrigerator. Your chosen daily add-ins of seasonal fruit make the possibilities end-
the next step will be. But don’t wait too long to take the initiative. Delay could create more problems. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A decision looms. But be very sure that this is what you really want before you sign or say anything. Once you act, there’ll be little or no wiggle room for any adjustments. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Money matters improve, but you still need to be cautious with your spending. Also, set aside that Leonine pride for a bit and apologize for contributing to that misunderstanding. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) A tempting
financial situation could make the usually unflappable Virgo rush in before checking things out. Be alert to possible hidden problems. Get the facts before you act. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) It’s nice to know that you’re finally getting due credit for your efforts. You also should know that new opportunities will follow. A family member brings important news. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Any uncertainty that begins to cloud an impending decision could signal a need to reexamine your reasons for wanting to take on this commitment. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You benefit from taking time out of your currently hectic schedule to do more contemplation or meditation. This will help re-energize you, both in
body and soul. C A P R I C O R N (December 22 to January 19) Nursing hurt feelings can zap the energies of even the usually self-confident Sea Goat. Best advice: Move forward. Success is the best balm for a painful ego. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A display of temperament surprises you, as well as those around you. It could be all that pressure you’re under.
Consider letting someone help you see it through. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Some things don’t seem to be working out as you’d hoped. Don’t fret. Instead, take some time out to reassess your plans and see where changes could be made. BORN THIS WEEK: You enjoy traveling and meeting people. You are especially good with children and would make an excellent teacher.
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READY-TO-EAT MUESLI •1-1/2 cups whole-grain rolled oats •1/2 cup plain yogurt •1-1/2 cups milk (substitute almond milk, if you prefer) •1 tablespoon honey •1/4 cup raisins •1/4 cup loosely chopped hazelnuts •1 large red apple, cored and grated Let your young kids measure the first five ingredients and mix them in a large bowl while you chop the hazelnuts and grate the apple. Add the nuts and apple to the bowl,
stir well and spoon into an airtight container.
Refrigerate at least two hours, and serve at breakfast or as a snack. Spoon into a bowl and top with fresh fruit, such as blueberries or raspberries. This muesli keeps well for a week in the refrigerator. Makes 8 half-cup servings.
Donna Erickson’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www. donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.”
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PICKS OF THE WEEK “Manchester by the Sea” (R) — After the passing of his brother, loner Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) finds that he has been left as the sole guardian of his 16-year-old nephew, Patrick (Lucas Hedges). Having lived in selfimposed exile for years after an unspeakable tragedy, Lee doesn’t want to stay in the town where he’ll have to face his memories or see pain reflected in the eyes of his ex-wife (Michelle Williams). Writer and director Kenneth Lonergan makes
HOLLYWOOD — How viewers watch TV and films has changed drastically. Netflix’s quarterly earnings surpassed $2 billion domestically and its membership is estimated at 93.8 million. The major networks have scrambled to find ways to fight the erosion of their viewership. CBS has come up with CBS Access, where you watch programs available on CBS and shows made especially for the new outlet. “Star Trek: Discovery,” a new series based on CBS original “Star Trek” was due to start shooting last November, but was pushed back to January and then postponed again. NBC will try to beat Netflix (which scored with reboots of “The Gilmore Girls” and “Full House”) at its own game by reboot-
Andrew Garfield “Hacksaw Ridge”
a movie that deals with hard emotions without being hard to watch. It’s painful without wallowing and life-affirming without falling for the traps of cornball “uplifting movies” (don’t confuse this with one of those). Great
performances from Affleck and Williams come as little surprise, but Hedges, the newcomer, really makes a splash as a teen who is complicated in the right ways. “Hacksaw Ridge” (R) — Desmond Doss was a pacifist who refused to carry a weapon on the frontlines of World War II, and he was awarded the Medal of Honor without ever firing a shot. This dramatization shows Doss (Andrew Garfield) as he disobeys his father to enlist — he believes that the war is just, that it must be won, but he is firmly against killing and enlists as a medic. Many in the Army take issue with his convictions, but Doss later proves his courage during one of the bloodiest battles of the
Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally ing “Will & Grace,” with Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally, original producers Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, as well as director James Burrows on board for 10 new episodes. If it scores you can bet NBC will be back with more. Meanwhile, “The Simpsons” has been renewed for two more years, which will take the
animated sitcom to its 30th anniversary. “Fifty Shades of Grey” received mixed reviews on Rotten Tomatoes (a 25 percent from 228 critics) and USA Today said, “The dialogue is laughable, the pacing sluggish and the performances onenote. Only the theme song was Oscar-nominated and the film won the Golden Raspberry for “Worst Picture,” “Worst actor”
war. Mel Gibson directs, and it really shows during the high-action scenes. Many have noted that for a movie that champions the pacifist, it sure seems to get a kick out of brutality. The pre-war scenes aren’t as strong and don’t give a complete picture of how Doss, a SeventhDay Adventist, fits in with his religious and secular communities at home. However, scenes with his father (Hugo Weaving) have considerable weight. “Bad Santa 2” (R) — Foul-mouthed and unrepentant jerk Willie Soke (Billy Bob Thornton) has been out of jail for a while, and after some poorly timed ogling, he’s out of a job, too. His old partner in crime, Marcus (Tony
Cox), recruits Willie for another Santa-and-his-elf heist, this time stealing a seven-figure score from a charity in Chicago. Joining the crew is Willie’s mother (Kathy Bates), who is predictably just as abrasive as her son. It’s not Bates or anyone else on screen throwing off the vibe, but this sequel misses the tone and laughter of the first. “Nocturnal Animals” (R) — Susan (Amy Adams) has the big house in the hills and the handsome husband, but she can’t sleep. Her husband’s acting shady, they might not be wealthy for long, and she’s just received a novel by her ex-husband (Jake Gyllenhaal) called “Nocturnal Animals” — based on a pet name he had for her. The novel’s
story takes over much of the film, and follows the terrible arc of a father (also Jake Gyllenhaal) whose wife and daughter are taken by crazies in some dusty corner of Texas. The whole film is twisty turny with uneven results as Susan tries to find some meaning in the connections between the violent story of the novel and the decisions she made with her ex-husband.
(Jamie Dornan), “Worst Actress” (Dakota Johnson), “Worst Combo” and “Worst Screenplay,” and yet at a cost of $40 million, earned a whopping $571 million. It did win a Grammy for The Weeknd as “Best R&B Performance.” The sequel, “Fifty Shades Darker,” will be released Feb. 10 (in time for Valentine’s Day) with a new theme song sung by former One Direction’s Zayn Malik and Taylor Swift. The third and final installment, “Fifty Shades Freed,” was filmed back to back with “Darker” and is set to be released Feb. 9, 2018 (in time for Valentine’s Day again). Jamie Dornan was offered $1.5 million to do fullfrontal nudity, but turned it down. Dakota Johnson didn’t.
Charlie Hunnam, whose film “The Lost City of Z,” with Robert Pattinson, will be screened April 21 at the New York Film Festival, has been cast by director Guy Ritchie with Jude Law and Eric Bana in the 3D epic “King Arthur: The Legend of The Sword,” due May 12. Hunnam then will play Steve McQueen’s role in the reboot of “Papillon”
(1973), with “Mr. Robot” star Rami Malek playing the role created by Dustin Hoffman. Hunnam, who was free as a bird on his motorcycle in “Sons of Anarchy” (2008-14), is not playing a motorcycle riding Steve McQueen role. Instead he’s in a French hell-hole island prison ... mon Dieu!
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SOLUTIONS! 2012 NEW HOLLAND T9.560 2055 hrs., 710/42 duals, P/S, full auto. trac.
2012 JOHN DEERE 4940 120 ft., 1435 hrs., 2 sets of tires, full GPS, HTC.
2015 JOHN DEERE 9570RT PTO, 700 hrs.
2013 JOHN DEERE 4730
1085 hrs., 2 sets of tires, full GPS, very nice condition, 100 ft. boom.
2013 JOHN DEERE 4830
100 ft., 305 hrs., 380/50 tires, HTC, full GPS.
2008 JOHN DEERE 1835/1910
61’ 10” space, NH3 kit, 430 bu., single shoot 1910
4WD TRACTORS 2016 JD 9620 RX / PTO ............................$660,000 2015 JD 9620R/PTO, 710 HRS ....................$510,000 2016 JD 9570R/PTO.................................... $535,000 2015 JD 9570R .............................................. JUST IN 2015 JD 9570R/PTO, 691 HRS ....................$495,000 2015 JF 9570R/PTO, 538 HRS ....................$495,000 2015 JD 9520R/PTO, 647 HRS ....................$475,000 2014 JD 9560R .............................................. JUST IN 2014 JD 9560R/PTO, 833 HRS ....................$434,000 2014 JD 9560R, 673 HRS .............................$419,000 2012 JD 9560R, 2202 HRS ...........................$339,000 2014 JD 9510R, 1035 HRS ...........................$395,000 2012 JD 9510R, 1596 HRS ...........................$359,000 2012 JD 9510R, 2018 HRS ...........................$325,000 2014 JD 9460R/PTO, 600 HRS ....................$409,000 2013 JD 9460R, 900 HRS .............................$325,000 2013 JD 9360R POWERSHIFT/PTO, 1565 HRS ......................................................$270,000 2010 JD 9630, 2520 HRS .............................$249,000 SOLD 1997 JD 9100 24 SPD. .................................. JUST IN 1993 JD 8970, 8534 HRS ...............................$85,000 JD 8450 ...........................................................$25,000 2012 NEW HOLLAND T9560, 2055 HRS. ....$269,000 2014 CASE 470, 380 HRS ............................$375,000
TRACK TRACTORS 2015 JD 9570RT/PTO, 700 HRS ..................$495,000 2015 JD 9570 RT/PTO 900 HRS ..................$485,000 SOLD 2012 JD 9510T/PTO, 2216 HRS ..................$299,000 2013 CASE 500 QUAD TRAC/PTO, 2600 HRS ......................................................$368,000 2013 CASE 500 QUAD TRAC/PTO, 2800 HRS ......................................................$368,000 2013 CASE 500 QUAD TRAC, 1900 HRS....$359,000
2WD TRACTORS 2014 JD 7215 MFWD, 1051 HRS .................$208,000 SOLD 2013 JD 7230 MFWD/LOADER ...................$188,000 2011 JD 7200R/LOADER, 5956 HRS. .........$145,000 2015 JD 6215 MFWD/LOADER ...................$215,000 2012 JD 6170 MFWD/LOADER ...................$139,000 2013 JD 6140D, MFWD, CAB, LOADER, 1500 HRS. .......................................................$79,500 2010 JD 5105M/LOADER, 2755 HRS. ...........$66,000 1989 JD 4255 MFWD/NEW ENGINE/740 LOADER.........................................................$65,000 1989 JD 2755 CAB/LOADER .........................$32,500 2013 CASE PUMA 145, 2058 HRS ..............$125,000 1991 CASE 7130 .............................................$39,000
SPRAYERS 2016 JD 4045/1200 GAL TANK, CAPSTAN, PINPOINT, 437 HRS .....................................$588,000 2016 JD 4045/1200 GAL TANK....................$558,000 2016 JD 4045/1200 GAL TANK....................$545,000
2012 JOHN DEERE 9510R
2018 hrs., 520/46 triples, 78 gal. pump, cast weights. Was $339,000
2016 BOURGAULT 3320 XTC HF, 76 ft., 10” space, MRB dry, 7700 ASC conveyor.
2015 JOHN DEERE R4045 945 hrs., 120 ft. dual HTC, full GPS, 2 sets of tires.
2012 BOURGAULT 5810
72 ft., 10” space, MRB steel press, 6450 s/s del. auger.
2013 CASE 500 QUAD TRAC
2014 CASE 470
PTO, 2600 hrs.
2015 JD 4045/1200 GAL TANK, CAPSTAN, PINPOINT, 571 HRS ................................................................$548,000 2015 JD 4045/1200 GAL TANK....................$518,000 2015 JD 4045/1200 GAL TANK....................$495,000 2016 JD 4038, 20 HRS .................................$498,000 2012 JD 4940 1435 HRS., 120 FT., 2 SETS OF TIRES, FULL GPS.........................................$275,000 2013 JD 4940 120 FT., 2 SETS OF TIRES, FULL GPS ...................... JUST IN 2014 JD 4940 1229 HRS., 120 FT., 2 SETS OF TIRES, FULL GPS.........................................$349,000 JD 4930'S.......................................... FROM $179,500 JD 4920'S.......................................... FROM $115,000 2010 JD 4830 100 FT., 1526 HRS., 2 SETS OF TIRES, FULL GPS.........................................$249,000 2013 JD 4830 100 FT., 1094 HRS., 2 SETS OF TIRES, FULL GPS.........................................$299,000 JD 4720'S.......................................... FROM $159,000 JS 4710'S .......................................... FROM $129,000 AG CHEM 1074 ............................................$124,750 AG CHEM 994 ..............................................$189,750 CASE 4260 ......................................................$99,000 AGRO/SPRA-COUPE 4660............................$74,000 2013 JD 4940 ................................................. JUST IN 2013 JD 4730 1085 HRS. .............................. JUST IN
SEEDING EQUIPMENT 86’ BOURGAULT 3320 C/W 71300 (‘16)..... $635,000 76’ BOURGAULT 3320 C/W 7700 (‘16) MRB’S .......................................................... $535,000 66’ BOURGAULT 3320 C/W 7550 (‘16) MRB’S ..........................................................$469,000 60’ BOURGAULT 3710 C/W 7700 (‘14) MRB’S ..........................................................$398,000 76’ BOURGAULT 3320 C/W 7700 (‘13) MRB’S .......................................................... $398,000 75’ BOURGAULT 3310 C/W 6700 (‘11) MRB’S ..........................................................$320,000 75’ BOURGAULT 3310 C/W 6550 (‘11) MRB’S ..........................................................$268,000 72’ BOURGAULT 5810 C/W 6450 MRB’S .. $239,000 40’ BOURGAULT 8800 C/W 4350 .................$45,009 64’ BOURGAULT 5710 C/W 5440 MRB’S .... $88,000 64’ BOURGAULT 5710 C/W 5440 MRB’S ....$58,009 54’ BOURGAULT 5710 C/W 4350 MRB’S ....$59,009 50’ BOURGAULT 5710 C/W 5250 MRB’S ....$38,009 47’ BOURGAULT 5710 .................................. $39,000 43’ JD 1895 C/W 1910 (‘09) .........................$155,009 61’ JD 1835 .....................................................$79,000 52’ JD 1820 C/W 1900 ...................................$39,009 52’ JD 1820 C/W 3225 ...................................$29,509 57’ NEW HOLLAND SD440 C/W SC4350 (‘04) .....................................................$75,009 45’ FLEXI-COIL 5000 C/W CASE 3430 (‘11) $70,009 57’ FLEXI-COIL 5000 C/W 3450 (2000) .........$45,009 57’ FLEXI-COIL 5000 C/W 2320 (‘92) ............$25,009
AIR SEEDER CARTS 2016 BOURGAULT 71300 ............................$309,000
2010 JOHN DEERE 4830
2048 hrs., 100 ft., full GPS, HTC, 2 sets of tires.
2015 JOHN DEERE 9570R
1123 hrs., 800/46 duals, 115 gal. pump, hyd. cush axle.
2016 BOURGAULT 71300 SS 5 meter saddle tank, bulk boom, ASC 10 port.
2007 ROGATOR 1074
2250 hrs., 100 ft., 1080 gal. S/S tank, full GPS.
2004 CASE 4260
3202 hrs., 1200 gal. S/S AIM, 140 ft. boom, active susp., Raven HTC.
2014 JOHN DEERE 9560R PTO, 78 gal. pump, 1548 hrs., 800/38 IF duals.
2014 BOURGAULT 3710
60 ft., 10” space MRB dry, upgraged to 3720 new, never been used.
2011 ROGATOR 994
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1326 hrs., 100 ft., 900 gal. S/S tank, 2 sets of tires, full GPS.
BOURGAULT 7700’S ........................ FROM $188,009 2016 BOURGAULT 7550 ..............................$169,000 BOURGAULT 6700 .......................................$125,009 BOURGAULT 6550’S .......................... FROM $85,009 BOURGAULT 6450 .........................................$69,000 BOURGAULT 5440’S .......................... FROM $36,009 BOURGAULT 5350’S .......................... FROM $35,000 JD 1910’S............................................ FROM $33,000 JD 1900’S............................................ FROM $29,000 2011 CASE 3430 ............................................$55,000 SOLD FLEXI-COIL 2320 TOW BETWEEN .................$6,009 FLEXI-COIL 2320 ............................................ $6,000 2014 BOURGAULT 7950 ............................... JUST IN 2013 BOURGAULT 7950 ............................... JUST IN
FERTILIZER SPREADERS 2015 JOHN DEERE R4045
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2015 AGRI-SPREAD AS-150 DEMO ...........$139,000 2015 JD DN345.............................................$139,000 2014 JD DN345.............................................$128,000 NEW LEADER L3030 FITS JD 4940 ..............$69,000 2014 VALMAR 7600........................................$59,509 AG CHEM 8130 TERRAGATOR .................... $39,000
TILLAGE 2014 60’ SALFORD 4160 .............................$155,000 2013 50’ SALFORD 4150 .............................$135,000 40’ LEMKEN HELIDOR ..................................$79,000 40’ DEGELMAN PROTILL (DEMO) .......... REDUCED 40’ JD 2623 VERTICAL TILL ..................... REDUCED 54’ BOURGAULT 9400 NEW ..................... REDUCED 60’ BOURGAULT 8810 ...................................$47,000 40’ BOURGAULT 8810 ...................................$25,000 82’ BRANDT 8200 (CARBIDE TIPS) ..............$39,000 2015 82’ DEGELMAN STRAWMASTER ........$54,500 2012 41’ JD 2410 ............................................$59,000 2014 41’ JD 2410, 200 ACRES ......................$85,000
MISC 3 PT. HITCH SNOWBLOWERS (USED). From $2,800 CAT 470 SCRAPER ........................................$39,000 CAT 463F SCRAPER ......................................$38,000 DEGELMAN 7200 DOZER (FITS JD 9620) ... $33,000 SCHULTE SDX-102 SNOWBLOWER (NEW) ..............................................................$10,000 BRANDT 16X125 GRAIN AUGER (15)...........$49,500 2014 BRANDT 20-95 CONVEYOR ................$38,000 2011 BRANDT 20-95 CONVEYOR ................$29,000 2014 BATCO 1545FL CONVEYOR ................$18,500 BRANDT 1545 CONVEYORS............. FROM $16,800
2013 JD 9360R 1585 hrs., P/S, 520/46 duals, PTO.
2011 BOURGAULT 3310
75 ft., 10” space MRB dry, double shoot.
AG CHEM 1254
2014 CONVEY-ALL CST-40 FERT. TENDER ..........................................................$85,000 SOLD NH HS18 SP MOCO HEADER, LIKE NEW ...$18,000
COMBINES 2016 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) ...................$555,000 2016 JD S680 (LESS HEADER) ...................$525,000 2015 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) ...................$485,000 2015 JD S680 (LESS HEADER) ...................$455,000 2014 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) ...................$399,000 2013 JD S690 (LESS HEADER) ...................$359,000 2009 JD 9870 (LESS HEADER), 1200 HRS .$192,000 2004 JD 9860 (LESS HEADER) 2600 HRS $115,000 2008 JD 9770 (LESS HEADER), 1453 HRS .$159,000 2004 JD 9760 (LESS HEADER) 1700 HRS .$118,000 2004 JD 9660 (LESS HEADER) 2015 HRS $118,000 2001 JD 9650 (LESS HEADER) 2120 HRS ... $69,000 SOLD JUST IN 2014 CASE 9230 LOW HRS. ......................... 2014 CASE 8230 LOW HRS. ......................... SOLD JUST IN 2011 CASE 9120 (LESS HEADER), 1300 HRS ......................................................$199,009 2009 CASE 8120 (LESS HEADER), 1300 HRS ......................................................$179,009 2006 CASE 8010, 2014 HRS ........................$131,750 2010 NEW HOLLAND SC8080, 1358 HRS ..$189,000 2006 NEW HOLLAND CR960, 1658 HRS ......$95,200 2002 NEW HOLLAND CX840.........................$89,000
SWATHERS 2014 40’ JD W150, 218 HRS ........................$129,000 2013 35’ JD W150, 535 HRS ........................$129,000 2014 30’ MACDON M155 + 2014 16’ HAY HEADER, 567 HRS .............................$159,000 2014 35’ JD W235 ........................................$145,000 2014 35’ JD W235 ......................................... JUST IN 2013 35’ MACDON M155 .............................. JUST IN 2011 30’ JD A400 .......................................... JUST IN 2004 30’ NH HW325 (LIKE NEW)...................$49,995 SOLD
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RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF CANA NO. 214 NOTICE OF GRAVEL TENDER Reason The the amendments Thereasons R.M.for of Cana No.are:214 is accepting sealed 1) To accommodate subdivisions of the quarter section for proposed tenders foracre)the crushing, screening and commercial hauling twelve (3.5 parcels for the intended use of highway industrial. 30,000 yards of ¾” scaled gravel ofand anlight estimated
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Shared Accommodation ARE YOU between 18 and 30? Are you in school or training? Are you making minimum wage? Shared accommodation with four other people available immediately @ $500./month including utilities & wi-fi. Contact Anthony @ 306-6207227.
Suites For Rent CO-OPERATIVE IN Regina East. Newly renovated large 2 bedroom apartment for 2 retired seniors. Outside parking w/electricity, large screen balcony, all amenities included except power. Security doors. Reasonable rent. Available Immediately. Phone 306-7897970. SPRINGSIDE HOUSING Authority is currently accepting applications for 1 & 2 bedroom Senior Suites at the Heritage Place. Fridge and stove included. Central laundry with two washers and dryers. Well kept, ready for rent. Rent is based on income. For more information and applications please call Morlie at 306-792-2222.
Wanted WANTED: HANDYMAN for part time work in Yorkton. Phone 306537-3228. WANTED: OLD gas station items. Gas pumps, signs, tin oil cans, coke machines, pop signs, thermometers, clocks, air meters, parts cabinets, wolf & bear traps. Also, steel anvils, forges and forge blowers etc. Call 306-742-7606. Paying cash $$$$.
Furniture GLASS COFFEE Table and end tables; China cabinet with glass doors. Phone 306-783-4888.
Hunting Supplies/Firearms FOR SALE: Winchester model 70 XIE 7mm mag clip, Conquest scope 3 to 10 power, 44mm Carl Zeiss 26” barrel; Tikka model M695 338 mag clip, Bushnell Elite 4200 scope, 26” barrel; Bushnell Elite 3200 rifle scope. Call Carl 1306-647-3333.
HOUSING FOR Rent in Spy Hill, SK. 1 bdrm units, 3 bdrm houses. Rent is based on income. Subsidized through the social housing program. Units/houses are available. Apply Now. For info or to apply contact Spy Hill Housing Authority 306-740-0542.
MANDELIN WITH controls and case, like new, asking $525. Also, used violins from $375. and up. Call 306-786-4446. Yorkton.
SMALL 2 bedroom house on 371 1st Ave. N. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer. Call 306-783-6240.
YAMAHA ELECTONE HE-8W organ. Like new condition, $350. OBO. Call 306-794-4506.
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SNOWBLOWER FOR Sale. $500 but will negotiate. Call 306-7839809.
Wrecking over 250 units... cars and trucks. Lots of trucks... Dodge... GMC... Ford... Imports... 1/2 ton to 3 tons... We ship anywhere... Call or text 306-821-0260. Lloydminster.
97 LINCOLN Mark VIII LSC, 4.6 dual overhead cam, 32 valve, 325 H.P., 168K. Very good condition. Class & Performance. $7,500. OBO. 306-783-7337.
Collectibles & Classic Cars
1975 MONTE CARLO. All original, 37,000 miles, 8 cyl., air, auto. no rust or accidents, red w/white roof. $10,5000. Call 204-773-2510.
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Sports Utilities & 4X4s
2009 TOYOTA VENZA AWD, 180,000kms, meticulously maintained. $11,200 OBO. Round Lake. 306-577-7042.
Trucks & Vans
2002 Ford Windstar Limited, one owner, fully loaded plus remote start, hood deflector, 7 passenger, not smoked in, no pets, 184kms, regular service at dealer, good rubber, 32 mpg highway, always shedded, serviced, fueled up, ready to go. A must see. $4,500 OBO. Sheho 306-849-4501.
2010 FORD F-150 Super cab STX, 4x4. 198,000kms. Motor has 122,0000kms, Very good condition, black. Margo $12,500 OBO. Call 306-338-7484.
2005 FIFTH Wheel Trailer $27,000 - Cougar by Keystone with Polar Package. Sleeps 6. Ample oak cabinets, fridge, stove, microwave. Table with bench seating converts to bed. Livingroom with 2 chairs, chesterfield makes into a queen size bed. TV, air conditioner. Upper level has queen size bed, night tables, bath, closet storage, cupboards. Fifth wheel hitch available $1,000. Call 306-6211119.
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1993 GRAND TOURING Ski-doo. Front cover, stored inside, used very little by elderly couple. Phone 306-696-2957. Whitewood.
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MINT 1999 RMK 600, 136” x 1 3/4”, new motor & clutch & spare belt, mountain bar, can, hand warmers, primer, visor plug, always garage kept, ready to ride. $2,500 OBO. Phone .306-5482823. Stenen.
Farm Implements GOOD’S USED TRACTOR PARTS (204) 564-2528 or 1-877-564-8734 Roblin, MB WANTED: IH Tractors, running or in need of repair. Looking for 66 series and older. Also, looking for a D19 or D21 Allis Chalmers. Phone 306-621-1556.
Peter Bros. Paving, South Okanagan paving company seeking experienced paving personnel (min. 3 years) for their highway division throughout BC. Relocation allowance may be available. Competitive wage $24.00 to $31.00 per hour plus benefits, full time seasonal. Please send resume to email@example.com
Livestock FOR SALE: Polled Purebred 2 year old and yearling Charolais bulls. Some red factor. Phone 306435-7116, 306-645-4383 or 306645-2955. King’s Polled Charolais. LOVELAND RED ANGUS BULLS FOR SALE. Delivery available. 306-795-2710. YEARLING & 2 year old Hereford bulls. Semen tested. www.vcherefordfarm.com. Wes 306-743-5105 Langenburg.
at Churchbridge is looking for dedicated individuals with a farming background to join our team. Class 1 license would be as asset. Accommodations can be negotiated. Wage dependent on experience. Send resume to:
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FOR SALE: Registered Limousin Bulls. Phone 306-675-2227.
NEILSON CATTLE COMPANY CHAROLAIS BULL SALE, Friday, March 10, 1:00 pm at the Ranch, Hwy #47 south of Willowbrook, SK. Offering 30 coming 2 year old Charolais bulls, all semen tested, vet inspected. For a catalogue or more information contact Mike at 306-783-0331 or T Bar C Cattle Co. at 306-220-5006. Watch and bid online at www.dlms.ca and to view the catalogue online, visit us at www.buyagro.com (PL#116061)
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Three-Cheese Baked Penne This comforting, vegetarian pasta bake combines three kinds of cheese for a gooey, creamy main dish that’s still packed with protein and other healthy nutrients. •15 ounces part-skim ricotta cheese •4 ounces shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese •1 ounce Parmesan cheese •1 teaspoon olive oil •3 cloves garlic •1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper •1 can crushed tomatoes •2 sprigs basil •Salt •1 box whole-wheat penne •1 pound green beans •1/4 cup finely chopped basil leaves
Charles Barkley has a big mouth, which is appropriate considering he also has a very large head. He used to get paid for bouncing a ball, but for the past 10 years he’s gotten paid to break them as a game-day analyst for TNT. Nobody knows this more than the King — LeBron James. Barkley was one of the first to rip James’ decision to leave Cleveland for Miami in his “The Decision” telecast that needlessly cuckolded a fan base that only loved the guy. “Punk move” was how Barkley put it out there. This year he made a comment about how James will never be considered in the top five of basketball’s all-time players (for the record, Barkley counts them as Michael Jordan, Oscar Robertson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell). Last week Barkley called him “inappropriate” and “whiny” after James openly complained about the Cavs’ inability to sign another playmaker for their anticipated title defense. “The Cleveland Cavaliers, they have given him everything he wanted,” Barkley expounded. “They have the highest payroll in NBA history ... he’s the best player in the world. Does he want all of the good players? He don’t want to compete? He is an amazing player. They’re the defending champs.” Well, LeBron James has had enough. When an ESPN staff writer reached out to him after a loss for comment, James did another thing Barkley is pretty good at: He teed off. “I’m not going to let him disrespect my legacy like that,” James said. “I’m not the one who threw somebody through a window. I never spit on a kid. I never had unpaid debt in Las Vegas. I never said, ‘I’m not a role model.’ I never showed up to AllStar Weekend on Sunday because I was in Vegas all weekend partying. All I’ve
•Pepper Heat oven to 400 F. In bowl, combine cheeses. In 12-inch skillet, heat oil on medium. Add garlic and red pepper; cook 30 seconds. Stir in tomatoes, basil sprigs and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Heat to boiling, then reduce heat to simmer 20 minutes. Discard basil sprigs. Meanwhile, heat covered 6-quart pot of water to boiling on high. Add 2 teaspoons salt and pasta; cook 5 minutes less than minimum time that label directs, stirring. Add beans; cook 4 minutes. Reserve 1/2 cup pasta water. Drain pasta and beans; return to pot. If tomato sauce is too thick, stir in reserved pasta water. To pasta in pot, stir in tomato sauce, chopped basil and 1/4 teaspoon each salt and black pep-
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done for my entire career is represent the NBA the right way. Fourteen years, never got in trouble. Respected the game. Print that.” And that’s exactly what we’ll do. There’s James’ take on Barkley. James had every right to pursue championships in Miami. He has professional pride; he may become the alltime leading scorer, winner of championships ... who knows? He’s certainly
in the top 10. He has represented the NBA the right way. He was great with Amy Schumer in “Trainwreck.” And why shouldn’t he be concerned with Golden State returning with a vengeance — this time with Kevin Durant in tow? Problem is, Barkley said nothing wrong. “The Decision” was a punk move. LeBron James isn’t on the NBA’s Mount Rushmore plus one, at least not yet. And Barkley
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Spoon hot vegetable mixture from skillet on top of fish in baking dish. Bake fish 15 to 18 minutes or until opaque throughout. Garnish with thyme leaves if you like. Serves 6. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipes/.
James asked why Barkley is even relevant in today’s game. The answer is because James, the King, deigned to get into a mudfight with a lowly “Sir,” so quit your whining! Mark Vasto is a veteran sportswriter who lives in New Jersey.
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fear of losing him. Later, Quinn overheard Brooke telling Eric that Katie had a crush on him. Thomas found great joy in the way that Steffy was being portrayed on social media. Wait to See: An estranged sibling returns. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Wyatt submitted his resignation to Forrester Creations and asked for his job back at Spencer Publications. Bill recognized Wyatt’s success at his former position and hoped to utilize his expertise within the family company. Steffy offered to take Thomas to lunch to delve more into his feelings of being betrayed by his family. While discussing Katie’s
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