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Families prepare for pandemic-era Halloween with public health restrictions in place
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Soldier fatally wounded during live-fire training exercise in Alberta
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Sask. reports 78 new COVID-19 cases, 81 recoveries
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

10 more potential COVID-19 exposures reported in Regina, Indian Head
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Large gathering results in 2.8K fine for Moose Jaw resident
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

SHA warns of potential COVID-19 exposures at businesses in Nipawin, Prince Albert and Saskatoon
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

We are at risk: Leadership sounds alarm as COVID-19 cases surge among First Nations
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

List of COVID-19 exposures issued for these locations including Regina, Saskatoon, Fort QuAppelle, Yorkton
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Regina nightclub worried COVID-19 restrictions will hurt business
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Forensic pathologist testifies during Regina boys 2nd degree murder trial
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

16 killed by distracted driving in Sask. in 2019
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Extreme risk: Prince Albert police warning of bright-coloured Fentanyl pebbles that look like crack cocaine
POSTED DATE:Oct 31, 2020

Truck driver responsible for Humboldt Broncos bus crash fighting deportation
POSTED DATE:Oct 30, 2020

List of COVID-19 exposures issued for these Regina businesses
POSTED DATE:Oct 30, 2020

Crime severity rises slightly in Regina
POSTED DATE:Oct 30, 2020

No alcohol after 10 p.m. in Saskatoon night clubs under new COVID-19 rules
POSTED DATE:Oct 28, 2020

New COVID-19 exposures reported in Regina, Shellbrook and Canwood
POSTED DATE:Oct 28, 2020

Canadas top doctor calls for structural change to address COVID-19 inequities
POSTED DATE:Oct 28, 2020

Sask votes: These 12 constituencies remain too close to call
POSTED DATE:Oct 27, 2020

Moe preparing cabinet for fall legislative session
POSTED DATE:Oct 27, 2020

Sask. Votes 2020: Results for all 61 constituencies
POSTED DATE:Oct 27, 2020

Kitchener Community School in Regina closes after students test positive for COVID-19
POSTED DATE:Oct 26, 2020

COVID-19 advisories issued for businesses in Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Esterhazy, Estevan, Indian Head, Lloydminster and Shellbrook
POSTED DATE:Oct 26, 2020

New potential COVID-19 exposures reported in Regina, Saskatoon, La Ronge, Sturgeon Lake First Nation
POSTED DATE:Oct 25, 2020

Potential COVID-19 exposure reported at private funeral gathering in Estevan
POSTED DATE:Oct 25, 2020

SHA reports 23 potential COVID-19 exposures at Regina businesses, transit routes
POSTED DATE:Oct 24, 2020

76 COVID-19 cases linked to three Saskatoon bars and nightclubs
POSTED DATE:Oct 24, 2020

2 individuals at Leboldus High School test positive for COVID-19
POSTED DATE:Oct 24, 2020

Thom Collegiate student tests positive for COVID-19
POSTED DATE:Oct 23, 2020

15 new potential COVID-19 exposures reported at Regina businesses
POSTED DATE:Oct 23, 2020



   


    Date: Oct 31, 2020
    Posted By: Connor Willson
When black cats prowl and pumpkins shine,
When shivery shivers run down your spine,
When ghosts and goblins ring the chime,
Beware and be scared – it’s Halloween time!

Stay Safe, And Have Fun!!!


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    Date: Oct 19, 2020
    Posted By: Emma Jackson
Time did not fly while we’ve been waiting for this much Fun.

That is the title of Garth Brooks’ upcoming 12th studio album, due out on Nov. 20. But we have been here for it for more than two years.

Because way back in June of 2018, Brooks released the hit song “All Day Long,” which he said would be on his next album. So now, at long last, that album is ready. As is his live album Triple Live Deluxe, which will be released on Nov. 20 as well.

The 14-track Fun will have collaborations with Blake Shelton and with Trisha Yearwood. And Triple Live Deluxe covers three years of his World Tour and his Stadium Tour.

“The title of the album was sparked because making it has been such a fun process to go through. Being able to go in and out of the studio while being on the tour, working with the same guys,” Brooks said, “it’s been amazing.”


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    Date: Oct 16, 2020
    Posted By: Emma Jackson
On Wednesday night (Oct. 14), Billboard declared what millions of Garth Brooks fans have known since 1989. He is a true icon.

Now it’s just officially official. At this year’s Billboard Music Awards in Los Angeles, Brooks took home the award that was created in 2011 to honor outstanding artists who have achieved excellence in the recording studio and on the road. The first year, the award went to Neil Diamond. After that it was Stevie Wonder, Prince, Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion, Cher, Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey. Brooks is the first country artist to take the trophy home.

Even though the award wasn’t a surprise, Brooks still seemed humble and grateful as he shared his thoughts with the viewers at home. “If I had to thank one person — or one entity — it would be God Almighty, because through Him all things are possible,” Brooks said before thanking his longtime manager Bob Doyle, his whole team, the love of his life Trisha Yearwood, his three daughters, and country radio. “Country radio: you gave me this,” he said. “And to all those people who fill those stands, thank you. Thank you for my life.”

Ahead of the show, Brooks sat down with Billboard to talk about the road that led him here.

“My hardest day of work in this business never felt like work,” Brooks said. He is the No. 1-selling solo artist in U.S. history, with sales of 159 million albums. “The blessing in this (pandemic) curse is my love for getting to play music goes so beyond anything that’s got to do with making money. You kind of need to find that out, because in this business, they overpay you. I miss it so badly. I miss the people. I miss the band and crew. But I miss what happens when the people and the band and crew all get together.

“That beautiful two hours. It feels like three minutes. It’s just fabulous.”

Luke Combs was also at the Billboard Music Awards, where he performed one of his newest songs “Better Together.” Kane Brown, Swae Lee and Khalid collaborated on a performance of their “Be Like That.” And Brooks performed a medley of his hits from the past 30 years, book-ending it with signature songs “The Thunder Rolls” and “The Dance.


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    Date: Oct 10, 2020
    Posted By: Skip Wulff
Jay Allen, an Iowa native who moved to Nashville in 2013, isn’t shy about putting true emotion into his music. A few years ago he received national attention for writing the song “Blank Stares” about his mother’s fight with Alzheimer’s. Now signed to Verge Records, he’s back with “Lines,” a poignant reflection on all the twists and turns of life.

Filmed on rural backroads and directed by Doltyn Snedden and Chase Lauer, the video for “Lines” should go straight to the heart of anyone who’s been thinking about their own personal history and the family members who have shaped them. Take a look at “Lines,” then read an interview with Jay Allen below the player.





    Date: Oct 10, 2020
    Posted By: Connor Willson
This year, I’m grateful for you… And adult beverages. Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you for staying by our side this year. Your loyalty is truly appreciated and we look forward to working with you soon.

979 The Cowboy


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