When discussing the possibility of my working for what has become paNOW.com, there were lengthy and detailed dialogues of what the owners and management of Rawlco wanted this media portal to be.
So there I am, Sunday, midnight in the main terminal of the Regina airport with a bunch of green wearing, pom-pom waving Rider fans singing Green is the Color, chanting we want the Cup!
Specialty teams told much of the story of the Raider's 1-and-2 record in their three games, in three night zigzag road trip through part of the Central Division.
The concept of Recession and what is happening in the corporate financial world means nothing to me. I have no clue of stock value and market prices or what is happening on the proverbial “Wall Street” front.
The first time around I had every right to be shocked, the second time surprised, but you’d think by my third fall in Prince Albert, I would be prepared for the temperatures to drop.
Saskatchewan is increasingly being recognized as a great place to live, work, and do business. Our government is taking action to ensure that recognition continues to grow. We have announced a three-year TV, online and print marketing
The Raiders are hoping they hit rock bottom with Saturday's 8-2 loss to Portland at the Art Hauser Centre. They are five points out of a playoff spot while riding a four-game losing streak and have just one win in their last 12 games.
The movement of information has changed over the centuries. Oral messengers brought information to ancient pharaohs. There were telegraphs, post pigeons, letter carriers, telephones, newspapers, radio and television.
It is my pleasure to greet Prince Albert readers from the pages of paNOW. After more than 12 years writing columns, I think I have the hang of it now and look forward to sharing my views with you every other week on these pages.