Saskatchewan

Glen Day(center), receives the Scoop Lewry Award from Suma President Allan Earle, Day, Minister of Urban Affairs Darryl Hickie.
Glen Day(center), receives the Scoop Lewry Award from Suma President Allan Earle, Day, Minister of Urban Affairs Darryl Hickie.

Retired Nipawin mayor recognized for service

By Brent Bosker
March 6, 2011 - 3:46pm

The longest serving elected official in Nipawin has been recognized by his peers with a prestigious award.

Glen Day, who retired from municipal politics before the 2009 election, is the 2011 recipient of the Scoop Lewry Award.

Photo of Telemiracle hosts Beverley Mahood and Bob McGrath with paNOW's Richard Brown. paNOW photo
Photo of Telemiracle hosts Beverley Mahood and Bob McGrath with paNOW's Richard Brown. paNOW photo

Beverley Mahood and Bob McGrath return to Saskatchewan for Telemiracle 35

By Bre McAdam
March 6, 2011 - 8:35am

One of Saskatchewan's largest annual fundraisers is bound to make people laugh and cry this weekend as Kinsmen Telemiracle 35 takes place at Saskatoon's Teacher's Credit Union Place.

Long-time hosts Beverley Mahood and Bob McGrath talk about what Telemiracle means to them.

Photo courtesy torchriverrun.com/
Photo courtesy torchriverrun.com/

More mushing fun at Tobin Lake

By paNOW Staff
March 4, 2011 - 12:17pm

The Canadian Challenge may be over, but the mushers aren’t going home yet.

The Torch River Run is underway at Tobin Lake and many of the mushers who took part in the Canadian Challenge at the end of February have stayed to run the 200 mile, or 322 kilometre, wilderness endurance race.

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