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Major renovations planned for school

Demolition of the oldest wing of Whitewood School and renovations to the remaining parts appears to be becoming more of a reality. Planning and reviews...

Work set to begin on new $1.9 million lift station

One of Whitewood’s municipal wells is down but another well is performing fine. Well No. 3 was disassembled for pump servicing and at the time,...

Whitewood peewee team wins B banner

The Whitewood Elks peewees are the league’s B champions following the game played in Canora on March 25. The team of only 12 skaters had...

Council agrees to top up handi-van fundraiser money

Whitewood council notes The signs that a new transit van for the Town of Whitewood became clearer with the presentation of the CAO’s report and...

Skaters hold ‘Going to the Movies’ finale

The Whitewood Skating Club members demonstrated their advancements and skills on the ice in colorful costumes and decorations at the year-end finale entitled, “Going...

Request made to switch to angle parking near arena

Whitewood town council notes On the agenda for discussion at the March 5 Whitewood town council meeting were the continuing issue of snow removal by...

CRA conducting GST audit on Town of Whitewood

Issues costing the Town of Whitewood more money than expected in a couple of areas arose during the regular meeting of town council Tuesday,...

Asset repairs pegged at over $14 million

Public meeting outlines Town of Whitewood situation The work on Whitewood’s asset management plan shows that the town is in good shape, but it also...

Town council meeting breaks into five different meetings

Whitewood town council The Feb. 12 meeting of Whitewood council developed into five meetings before the evening was completed. A public meeting was held at 7...

Science fair draws lots of interest from students

The 50 science projects set up in the gymnasium were an impressive showing of the interest by the students in the Whitewood School Science...

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...