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No plans for financial help from towns

COVID-19Local town councils are choosing to let federal and provincial programs provide COVID-19 assistance, with no set plans in place for local...

Virus affects Whitewood

The provincial government has initiated several actions to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and the residents and businesses in the Town...

Student fights for dangerous offender designation label

The consequences to pedophiles following offences to children such as Zach Miller of Whitewood, then a 10-year-old boy and to another 14-year-old...

Whitewood man arrested with handgun after standoff

The RCMP were kept busy last week by Whitewood citizens when they were called over a vehicle theft as well as a...

Repeal of Vet Act could cause local changes

Members on the Whitewood Vet Board continue to meet to come to a decision on property titles for the vet clinic property....

Court rules amalgamation was unlawful

Ochapowace and Chacachas are two distinct First Nations On Tuesday, January 28, 2020, a federal justice minister ruled that...

Credit Union merger proposed

Cornerstone, Horizon and Plainsview Credit Unions are actively exploring an opportunity to partner together as a single credit union to drive benefits...

Commissionaire’s contract renewed by Town

The first meeting of Whitewood Town Council for December was held Dec. 3, 2019 where motions were passed unanimously to continue the...

School avoids viability review over enrolment

Kennedy/Langbank Kennedy-Langbank School will not have a formal school viability review done by Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD),...

Doctor shortage adding to area medical problems

The shortage of medical professionals in the province has now added doctors at the Moosomin hospital to its list. Dr. W. Roets made...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

11 new cases of COVID-19 in Sask.; 15 more recoveries

As of April 8, 2020, Saskatchewan has 11 new, confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 271.