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...

Fundraising pays off for Whitewood Fire Department

After more than two years of fundraising, the Whitewood Fire Department (WFD) has finally been able to purchase a vital piece of equipment used...

Grenfell family recalls D-Day landing invasion

It is usually in November that Canadians take time to remember the soldiers who fought for freedom. However, June 6 marked the 75th anniversary...

Whitewood student places in top 10 for project

Provincial Heritage Fair Connor Francis, a student at Whitewood School, was the youngest winner of the Top Ten Projects in the Provincial Heritage Fair May...

Fifteen Whitewood students receive diploma

Twelve years of hard work paid off for 15 Whitewood students last weekend when they were presented with their high school diplomas at their...

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...

Residents to chose new street name

Citizens are being invited to help name a new street in Grenfell. A residential subdivision is being planned in the northwest part of the town...

Grenfell fire chief discovers golf course fire

May have been caused by a discarded cigarette While working at the Grenfell Recreational Park on May 28, the public works crew noticed smoke rising...

Wolseley Sea Cadets conduct first ever ceremonial review

B Company of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Saskatchewan in Wolseley conducted its first ever Ceremonial Review at the historic Opera House with...

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...