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A La Ronge-area author is receiving acclaim from some of the toughest critics — children. Last month, Miriam Koerner was named the winner of the Snow Willow Award for her book Yellow Dog. The award is...
A local artist is doing her part to help build the Rose Garden Hospice. Shirley Hamilton held a lunch and art sale last Wednesday featuring pieces she had painted during her 50-year art career.
It’s not uncommon to find art made of unconventional materials at the Mann Art Gallery. But an exhibition coming to the gallery tonight explores art that uses sound as a material. It’s called  Northern Landscape Style, and...
A Prince Albert man had to retrain himself to pursue his passion of woodworking following brain surgery to escape epileptic seizures. Craig Dahlin was struggling with seizures from epilepsy for over three decades, from the...
Rigmor Clarke has seen a lot of sights. The Swedish-born artist, who has lived for the past several decades in Shell Lake, can pinpoint the moment she first observed the world as a painter would.
When Judy McNaughton explores the natural world, she experiences what she calls “moments of clarity.” The Prince Albert-based artist describes these moments as times where she really feels connected to the place she’s in.
École St. Mary High School Principal Mark Phaneuf may not sing or play an instrument himself, but he has played a huge role in building the school's music programs. That's why the Saskatchewan Band Association awarded Phaneuf with...
The Mann Art Gallery’s latest pair of exhibitions features a pair of women artists creating landscapes inspired by north-central Saskatchewan, but using very different means of portraying the scenery. Tonight the gallery is hosting an opening...
By Scott Roos, Herald contributor In a music industry that is becoming increasingly based on “autotune”, “studio magic” and “fix it in the mix”, every so often when a record comes along that...
It’s not uncommon to see a student’s artwork hanging from the fridge, but it’s not every day you see it hanging from the front of a school. But for Grade 4 and 7 students at St....
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