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SaskEnergy dealing with 10 natural gas pipeline washouts

REGINA – SaskEnergy says it’s dealing with 10 natural gas pipeline washouts in flood-ravaged southeastern Saskatchewan.

The utility says riverbed and ground erosion has exposed the lines, but none of them has been damaged. 34 more words


Storm on swollen lake batters cabins

REGINA – Cottages on Crooked Lake were battered by trees and waves whipped up by the storm that hit Saskatchewan on Saturday night.

Carla Crozier, who owns a cabin on Grenfell Beach, says waves that were more than a metre high washed some cabins completely away. 294 more words


The Grenfell Foundation hosts Heritage Day on July 8th in St. Anthony

The Grenfell Foundation hosts the annual Heritage Day fundraiser to purchase priority medical equipment for Labrador Grenfell Health south chapter. I encourage all residents and visitors to drop by St. 213 more words

Great Northern Peninsula

The Lion, The Bear, The Fox

House concerts are becoming our thing as of late. We got to catch The Lion, The Bear, The Fox in the booming megapolis of Grenfell, SK on Friday night. 81 more words

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The shed

Al will be as sorry to part with the shed as I will with the house. To his satisfaction, we’ve bumped the planned garage improvements up the priority list: since we now expect to be here till spring, we’ll stop doing 16-hour days on the house and allow the other important projects in our lives some space. 330 more words


Upgrading the roof

We made an early decision not to replace the old corrugated iron on the roof: it was in very good condition and we felt that the cash we could save would be better spent elsewhere. 412 more words


Early beginnings - the back garden

The very first thing I did when we came out here to begin the reno (a month before settlement – people round here are so relaxed), was to take the corrugated iron off the back fence. 265 more words