By Craig Baird There have been many weddings in Gull Lake over the last 108 years. Big ones and small ones, countless couples have tied the knot in the churches, homes, and outdoor spaces of the town. To find the … Continue reading →
Dealing with vampire power is one of the easiest ways to save some money on your electric bill. How much you save depends on how much you leave plugged in, but, small or large, your savings can add up. … Continue reading →
By Craig Baird Rose Ohlheiser (nee Doseman) was born in 1878 in Ontario. In 1902 she married Joseph Ohlheiser, who lived in the same area as her. Four years later, the couple moved out west to Gull Lake, where they … Continue reading →
With Mayor Blake Campbell Gull Lake is ready to start Earth Week with an alley cleanup, which gives residents the opportunity to properly dispose of large appliances or items that they are unable to take care of on their own.
With Wendy Klein Wendy Klein took over as theatre manager at the Lyceum Theatre on April 1, and is finding the job, volunteers, and everything that goes with it, to be very rewarding.