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Changes made to Sask. drinking & driving laws

Saskatchewan is the latest province to get tougher on drunk drivers after the government announced last week that they are moving forward immediately with...

Local man catches lynx in his trapline in Qu’Appelle Valley

The Canada Lynx is a ghost in the forests of the Northern Hemisphere; secretive, nocturnal and rarely seen even by people who live in...

Death of Sask. skater in crash devastates local friends

Saskatchewan’s figure skating community is mourning the loss of one of their own this week after Zoe Lesy, 16, died in a crash in...

Local emergency services suspended

Broadview and Wolseley hospitals Emergency services at Wolseley Hospital have been temporarily suspended while the province navigates the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Effective May 14, the...

Broadview woman to ride for breast cancer

Prairie Women On Snowmobile, the non-profit organization whose annual missions are provincial awareness events that are designed to focus attention on breast cancer and...

Division receives money to help deal with growth

The Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) is one of eight school divisions in Saskatchewan that is receiving a mid-year boost to their funding to...

Wapella School dodges closure of all grades

The news of not losing their school in Wapella was a welcomed decision for the community. The board of the Southeast Cornerstone School Division...

Dutch Elm Disease discovered in town

Town Council discussed the concerns they have with Dutch Elm disease in many of the elm trees in town, as well as the tent...

Search for missing boy continues

It’s been a week and a half since 17-year-old Kelly Allary was last seen. Allary was last seen walking alone in Ochapowace First Nation...

Pastors raise concerns with council over drug dispensary

Clergy in Whitewood are concerned about a medical marijuana dispensary in town. Pastor David Hepburn addressed the last regular council meeting on behalf of himself,...

Provincial News

Saskatchewan implementing mandatory masking, proof of vaccination

The Government of Saskatchewan has announced new measures to address health care capacity pressures caused by rising case rates, primarily driven by the unvaccinated...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021