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New council has their work cut out for it

If there was ever a clear message delivered by the people of Whitewood, the one they gave last week was about as unmistakably clear...

Arena to have busy year despite loss of Jets team

The Whitewood Community Centre is looking like it will be a busy place this winter, despite the loss of the Pipestone Valley Jets team,...

Voters opt for a change to council

In what was likely one of the highest voter turnouts in recent town history, Whitewood residents sent a clear message in the October 24...

Wrong way driver hits semi head on

A teenage driver was lucky to escape with his life after driving the wrong way down the Trans-Canada Highway and slamming head on into...

Morley Watson loses bid to become Chief of FSIN

Ochapowace First Nation member Morley Watson lost his bid to become official chief of the Federated Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN). Watson had been serving...

Town cuts ribbon for new water plant

The official opening to Whitewood’s Water Treatment Plant took place last week, two years after the facility was first put into operation. An October 22...

I am no Dog Whisperer

Being a dog owner for almost all my life, I have always appreciated the company of man’s best friend. They are happy to see...

Time to vote for council

Electors of the Town of Whitewood will be going to the polls this week to vote in the people of their choice to council. The...
Whitewood Sign

Redesign plan for old town signs approved

The old Welcome to Whitewood signs will get a new home, with a new look, after town council approved a design for them that...
Town Lot

Last serviced lot is sold in Whitewood

Whitewood’s town council was informed by Chief Administrative Officer Sharon Rodgers that the last serviced lot the Town had available, which is located on...

Provincial News

Precaution against ticks urged

We might be glad to put a long and cold winter behind us, but the Ministry of Health is reminding Saskatchewan people that warmer...