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Former MP to have bay named in his honour

Newly dubbed Cooper Bay, located on Lake Diefenbaker, is named after Clarence Owen Cooper who was Member of Parliament for Rosetown-Biggar Constituency from 1958 to 1965. During his time as MP he was a strong supporter of the South Saskatchewan River Project and the development of the Gardiner Dam and Lake Diefenbaker.


Biggar RCMP investigating multiple residential break and enters

Between 11 p.m. Thursday, July 3 and 7 a.m. Friday, July 4, multiple cases of mischief and break and enter were reported in Biggar. Some cases may have been prevented if homeowners secured their property.

Reunion visitors out and about this weekend

Starting Friday, July 25 the town of Biggar’s population will swell by 50 or more people as the graduates from 1974 return after 40 years of making a life somewhere in the world.

If these walls could talk...

by Bill Dafoe, Perdue I read in The Independent today where CN is looking at demolishing their station. From the pictures in the paper, I guess, sadly, that time has come. A picture is worth a thousand words and the expose on Page Two says it all.