Town welcomes visitors

Volunteers man booth Just off Highway 1 in Grenfell there is a little building that plays a vital role in the town’s summer tourism season....

Grenfell looks to compost to extend landfill’s life

The Town of Grenfell is going green. Council and administration are working together to implement an organic waste program in the municipality. The Environmental Services Committee...

Grenfell council briefs

Grenfell town council met for a regular meeting on July 20 at 7 p.m. Following the adoption of the regular council minutes from July 6,...

Dry, hot summer weather stunting harvest outlook

Below average crop expected It has been a great summer for anyone who likes camping, swimming, or just getting out of the house. There has...

Newspapers to merge

To continue providing quality news and advertising products for its readers, Grasslands News Group will merge its Whitewood and Grenfell newspapers Starting with the Aug....

Parents on watch for a suspicious man seen at pool

Parents are on high alert after learning of a man tried to lure a young girl take a ride in his truck. The Grenfell Recreational...

Doc loses licence

Medical services reduced Grenfell residents will be without a local physician for up to six months after the departure of Dr. Bright Pebane. Officials from the...

Sakimay won’t renew cabin leases

New leases, bylaws planned The legal battle over leased land continues between cabin owners at Grenfell Beach and Sakimay First Nation. On Sept. 23, 2016, a...

Council wants to relocate rather than cut down trees

Grenfell town council met for its regular meeting on July 6 at 7 p.m. Following the adoption of the council minutes from the regular meeting...

Canada Day baby born in ambulance

Two Grenfell paramedics helped bring a healthy baby girl into the world on Canada Day. Paramedics Rob Buchanan and Michaela Giroux of Grenfell’s JT Ambulance...