Riderville Monday Morning Quarterback Report February 21 By Greg Urbanoski
Serendipity – it seems – follows me wherever I go. It is with a sense of overwhelming gratitude that I acknowledge this blessing. I have been meeting with several people from the Community Groups – a real treat in itself.
Valentine’s Day should come with a warning sign — beware of a child flying with a weapon. This alone should be scary enough, but more so, for the single woman, Valentine’s Day forces us to think.
The Raiders two games last week is proof of the upper and lower echelons in the WHL's Eastern Conference.
Sarah Palin’s ignorance scares me. Her lack of knowledge of foreign affairs is really scary if you believe she has any chance at all of becoming president in 2012.
For the first time since there was Oompa Loompa’s on stage at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, I went to see a performance that wasn’t work related.
You get a strange and queasy feeling of déja vu from Saturday night's injury to Raider goalie Jamie Tucker.
Since starting with panow.com as the Community Affairs Editor, I have been kept pretty busy contacting community groups in the city to discuss how I can help to promote what they do and who they are.
Saskatchewan people continue to benefit from our government’s changes to personal income tax. In fact, there are more people benefiting from the increase to the personal exemption than even we anticipated. We have received new informat