Greg Marshall was named last week as Rider head coach, and a newspaper column by Doug Brown, the standout defensive lineman of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers endorsing Marshall was favorably received here in the city that rhymes with fun.
There is a lot I remember from my time in Sudan. Red packed dirt, oppressive heat, simple, but delicious food, beautiful people and crazy car trips.
Each and every event in our lives is stored in little blocks of memories in our hearts and minds. Often Christmas is a time of stored up memories and feelings of traditions and values, laughter and love, joy and peace.
A pendulum like season complicated by injuries to key personnel in the wake of unpredictable uncharacteristically close playoff races has made the trade deadline a dilemma for most WHL teams including the Prince Albert Raiders.
2010 ended with more positive news for our province. We learned major economic fore-casters are predicting Saskatchewan will have the fastest growing economy in Canada this year. Our economy is expected to increase by an average of 3.7
It is Jan.4, broken any of your resolutions yet?
Well, just when you think you have the Saskatchewan Roughriders figured out, they throw out a new curveball.
To some Jan. 1 represents just another day. I’m not one of those people and try as you might to convince me otherwise, New Year’s Day represents a marker.