- 1934, 1994
Newspaper clipping of an article entitled, Regina Beach Fish Industry Once Thrived, published in a January, 1934 edition of The Leader-Post, Regina. Report of a speech given by Z.M. Hamilton on the history of the Regina Beach, Saskatchewan area, particularly that of its settlement and growth in the pervious 60 years. In his speech, Hamilton also touched upon the histories of Qu'Appelle and Long Lake.
Newspaper clipping of an article entitled, The bridge to nowhere, written by George Bentley and published in the April 23, 1994 edition of The Leader-Post, Regina. Profiles the history of a railway trestle bridge that spanned across Little Arm Bay on Last Mountain Lake near Regina Beach, Saskatchewan, and concerns raised by opposing interest groups regarding the preservation or removal of the bridge which was abandoned in 1978.