Show Jumper Ian Millar Retires

Ian Millar, Canada’s 10-time Olympian, announced his retirement from international show jumping competition after nearly five decades at the elite level. At 72, Millar has chosen to focus on coaching and developing young horses. Millar, of Perth, Ontario, was first named to the Nations Cup team in 1971. He has since been a perennial team …

Stocking the Herd: Adeline Elinor Haughian

Congratulations to Joann and Travis Haughian on the birth of their first child, Adeline Elinor, born January 11, in Medicine Hat, Alta. Joann is a fifth-generation cowgirl from the Lawrence Ranch in the Cypress Hills. Travis hails from a farming background in the Willow Bunch area. The young couple make their home in Maple Creek, …

Kamloops Cowboy Festival

Cowboy poetry, cowboy songs and a virtual fashion parade of cowboy duds made for another fan-favourite event at the 23rd annual Kamloops Cowboy Festival, and once again they packed the stage with a ton of talent from both sides of the Medicine Line. All who attended had a great time and enjoyed the shows, including …

Where is Ben Tyner?

The case of missing Nicola Ranch manager Ben Tyner is being treated as a suspicious disappearance by the RCMP. Sergeant Janelle Shoihet says the Major Crime Unit has reviewed the evidence that has been collected since the young cowboy went missing in January and has determined that the case may involve criminal activity. The 32-year-old …