Opinions differ on new trespassing law

New trespassing rules now require people to get permission from the landowner to access rural property. In the past, landowners were responsible to post their...

Plastic bags no longer accepted with recycables

Effective immediately, your plastic bags, wraps and containers labeled No. 1 are no longer accepted in the recyclable (blue) bins. Loraas Disposal has sent notification...

Cowessess FN part of three year autism research study

The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is working with Cowessess First Nation to develop the “Building Block Program: Transition Services for Indigenous Youth with Autism...

Firefighters battle four day bush fire

A massive bush and grass fire that started north of Whitewood over the Victoria Day long weekend plagued firefighters for four days last week...

Grenfell holds lines on taxes; expenses cut

Work projects planned include sidewalk repairs The Town of Grenfell completed budget deliberations earlier this month and Mayor Rod Wolfe said council is excited to...

Cowessess turns sod on new girls’ youth home

Cowessess First Nation is continuing to build partnerships for the good of its people. They are working with the Ministry of Social Services and...

Auto body shops uncertain about new regulations

Still awaiting word about SGI accreditation changes Auto body shops are still waiting for the finalized version of changes they may have to make in...

Town budget approved Broadview tax increase gets passed

Broadview town council approved the budget for 2019 at a meeting on April 17. The total expenditures are $1,239,216 and revenue is only $1,152,663...

Ochapowace FN criticizes RCMP for lack of response

Band says police didn't respond to man with gun call The lack of a police reaction to a trespass incident has raised concerns between Ochapowace...

Hwy. 1 speed to be lowered at Whitewood

Motorists travelling along the Trans-Canada highway past Whitewood will see a reduction in the speed limit in the weeks ahead. Whitewood council submitted a letter...

Provincial News

Measles case confirmed in Yorkton

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has confirmed a case of measles in Yorkton, Saskatchewan in a returning traveler who had recently flown into the...