Biggar & District Arts Council are available for bar tending services at your functions/events. Contact Denise at 306-948-2452.

AUTOMOTIVE SHOP RENTAL! Do your own work, 4-post truck lift with roller jack, 7,000 lbs capacity. Hourly or Daily rates. Phone 306-948-3670 or 306-948-4212

Real Estate

Acreage for Sale… Hammond Realty Starter ranch near Argo Bush includes 160 acres with 108 acres of tame grass and the balance being native pasture and yard site. Fenced and cross fenced into 4 paddocks. 1,120 sq. ft. 1996 mobile home includes 3 bed, 2 bath, vaulted ceiling, porch, deck, spacious floor plan, shows well. Yard includes barns, corrals, bins and sheds. Tremendous value! Asking $210,000. Call Tim 306-948-5052.

Pasture land for rent in R.M. of Eagle Creek. Call for details. 306-948-9186

CN Railway Station for Sale. Converted to restaurant. Comes with all food related equipment. Located in Unity, Sask. To be moved. Call 780-808-3279 for details.

SINGLE WIDE SHOWHOMES now reduced! Craigs Homes, a proud supplier of Moduline Manufactured Homes, is wanting to make way for the new homes coming out for 2015. Come and check out some sweet deals. An example is our 20 X 76 Canberra, 1520 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom is now at $115,900. Regular price $118,900. Call Marg at 1-855-380-2266.

Canadian Built Manufactured Homes New 16, 20, & 22 Wide Moduline & SRI Homes for Immediate Delivery Chumary Homes White City (Moduline) 1-855-352-6279 Chumary Homes Estevan (SRI) 1-877-378-7744

The Biggar Museum rents the Credit Union Gallery for meetings, luncheons, workshops et cetera. Call for bookings, very reasonable rates and more information, 306-948-3451.


Kayden Dante Knorr
November 17, 2009-August 24, 2014
Kayden Dante Knorr's grandparents, Ken and Margaret Bourgeois and Great Grandma Margaret Lindsay, would like to announce with deepest sadness the passing of their grandson Kayden. He is survived by numerous family members including his mother Melissa Dawn Cooper and father Devin Knorr; Auntie Lindsay Cooper; and the Knorr family, as well as several friends and extended family members.
He is predeceased by Great Grandpa Andrew Lindsay; Great Aunt Autumn Lindsay; cousins Courtney Lindsay and David Lindsay. Funeral Service was held Wednesday, August 27, 2014, 1:00 p.m. at Biggar Associated Gospel Church. Officiant was Pastor Terry Wicks. Eulogists were Ken and Margaret Bourgeois. Organist was Barb de Haan. Honourary Casket Bearers were All Those Who Shared in Kayden’s Life. Active Casket Bearers were Helen Silbernagel, Anissa Silbernagel, Melissa Cooper, Lindsay Cooper. Interment Biggar Cemetery . Tributes to Make a Wish Foundation or Share & Care Cockayne Syndrome Network


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Biggar and District Arts Council Season Tickets on Sale NOW! An awesome deal -- 7 shows at a great price. It's like getting three shows FREE.

A special thank you to everyone who came from near and far to celebrate our 20th anniversary with us on July 5, 2014. Thanks to Mel Bachman and crew, the food and pig roasst was done to perfection. Thanks for the cards and gifts. We are blessed to have such awesome family and friends. You all rock!
Rod and Florette Meger

The Biggar Museum & Gallery would like to thank those who donated books to the museum for their annual summer book sale fundraiser. We would also like to thank all those who by filling their home libraries with great reading, also supported the museum.


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STEEL BUILDINGS...” STEEL OVERSTOCK SALE!” 20X20 $4,055. 25X24 $4,650. 30X32 $6,586. 32X34 $7,677. 40X48 $12,851. 47X70 $17,899. One End wall Included. Pioneer Steel 1-800-668-5422

STEEL BUILDINGS/METAL BUILDINGS 60% OFF! 20x28, 30x40, 40x62, 45x90, 50x120, 60x150, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call 1-800-457-2206

BOSCH Mixers $229 & up, VITAMIX Blenders, SPIRAL slicers, SPIN Mop, BUNN Coffee makers, Grain mills, KITCHENAID 7 qt Mixers $549 1.3hp. Call Hometech 1-888-692-6724 Regina

Old battery collection, Fisher #300 Cadet Squadron. Drop off at the Biggar Landfill OR contact Quentin Sittler at 306-658-2132

Main Street Garage Sale is accepting donations of all items in clean and working condition. Please phone 306-948-1773 or 306-948-5393. Pickup available.

WANTED - Shed Antlers & Old Traps. Phone Bryon 306-278-7756 or Phil 306-278-2299.

1996 Ford Taurus, red, 191,000km, a/t/c, power windows and doors, very good condition. Phone 306-658-2110

To give away, 600 acres of flax straw, must be baled. Call 306-948-3450 or 306-948-7601

Wanted to buy straw to bale or already baled. Doug Weekes, 306-948-2077 or Clinton Weekes, 306-948-7253.


KALUZY: In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother who passed away August 21, 1986.
The world changes year to year
And friends from day to day
But never will the one we loved
From memory pass away
Lovingly remembered by the family


House for sale in Landis, Sask. Double corner lot, directly across from the school. Three bedrooms, full basement, good size kitchen with lots of cupboards; washer, dryer, fridge, stove, built in dishwasher and microwave included. Large shed with good garden spot; deck on back of house. REDUCED to $40,000 obo. Would make a great starter home or retirement home. For more information call (306) 948-7161.

One bedroom house, washer, dryer, fridge and stove included. Available September 1. $550 per month. Call 306-948-2233

Two and Three-bedroom houses for rent. Close to downtown and school. Fridge and stove included. For viewing call 306-948-3674 or 306-948-9517 or 306-948-7022.


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WANTED secretary that is proficient in Quick Books. Please apply in person with handwritten resume to E-Kay Enterprises Ltd., 101 Turnbull Ave., Biggar or after hours call 306-948-5383 for appointment.

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Full Time Community/Sports Reporter Opasquia Times in The Pas, MB requires a full-time reporter. Reliable and able to work flexible hours incl. evenings/weekends. Writing experience necessary. Wage dependant on qualifications. Please send resume, writing samples to Trent Allen, Editor, Opasquia Times email: 204-623-3435

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Cooks, lounge/restaurant servers, dishwasher/prep cook. Full-time/part-time. $11 - $15/hour. Medical and Dental Benefits available. DT's Restaurant, Box 43, Eston, SK S0L 1A0. 306-962-7058 (c); 306-962-3281 (r).

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Coming Events

SUNDAYS in SEPTEMBER: Presbyterians, Anglicans and Lutherans (PALs) will be worshipping at St. Paul's Anglican Church at 10:30 a.m. Potluck lunch after church on the 28th. Everyone is welcome. For more information or pastoral services, phone Pastor Mark Kleiner at 306-948-3731 or 306-951-7122.

SUNDAYS… You are invited to the weekly services of Biggar Associated Gospel Church, corner of 8th and Quebec Street @ 10:50 a.m. June 29 - September 7. Worship will be at 10:50 a.m. There will be no Sunday School sessions for the summer. The church office number is 306-948-3424, Terry Wicks, Pastor.

TUESDAYs - SATURDAYs in AUGUST: Bag Sale at the Biggar Museum & Gallery! For the whole month of August, fill a bag of books and leave a donation! Open 9 - 5, Tues - Sat. (closed over the noon hour).

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2: The Biggar Museum and Gallery will be resuming winter hours: Monday-Friday 1-5 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3: Tiny Tot Registration 7 p.m. at St. Gabriel's School. Children ages 3 and 4 eligible.

SEPTEMBER 5-23: Biggar Arts Council and the Biggar Museum will be presenting a new art exhibition in the Credit Union Gallery in the museum; "Surreal Saskatchewan", artists from all over Saskatchewan presenting an alternative vision of life on the prairies.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6: 1-5 p.m. The Biggar Museum will be serving beverages during the Show n Shine in Third Avenue Park.

Sukanen Ship Museum Threshing Bee Sept 6-7. Highway Two 13km south of Moose Jaw. Tractor/vehicle parade, ploughing, binding threshing demos daily. Call 306-693-7315.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Biggar Barracuda Swim Club bottle drive, 5:30-8 p.m. If you cannot be home, please set bottles on front step. If you require pickup please call Candace Moon at 306-948-7128.

Starting MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8: Alley Katz Bowl leagues…Monday Night Mixed Adult; Thursday Afternoon Seniors; Thursday after school Kids YBC. Spaces are limited so registation early. Call Mike @ 306-948-2255 or Pat @ 306-948-2215

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24: 6:30 p.m. St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church. Registration and read through with Prairie Notes Community Choir. $50 = music. This is an adult community choir that sings a variety of music. Our Christmas Concert this year will be December 14 with regular Wednesday evening practices. For more information, phone Cindy Hoppe at 306-948-7147 or 306-948-2947.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27: Biggar will be participating in the national celebration of Culture Days. Craftspeople, artists interested in showcasing their work in Artisans Alley at the former Presbyterian Church on Main Street are asked to call Cindy Hoppe to reserve space by September 15 at 306-948-7147. Performers interested in sharing their music in the church or as buskers are asked to contact Peggy L'Hoir at 306-948-5231 by September 15/2014.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2: Biggar & District Arts Council presents… “The Midnight Roses”, 7:30 p.m. at The Majestic Theatre, Biggar. Adults/Seniors, $25 (advance, $20); students, 13 and older, $15; children, 12 and under, $5. Advance and Season tickets available at de Moissac Jewellers, Biggar, 306-948-2452.