Website is once again the topic of council discussion

The town website was once again the topic of discussion around the council table when Whitewood Town Council met last Tuesday. The website has often...

Years of devotion to industry earns honours to host national competition

More than 50 years in business has earned the livestock industry in Whitewood a once in a lifetime opportunity to host the national auctioneering...

Willowdale marks 101 years

It has been 101 years since the RM of Willowdale was officially formed. To mark the milestone, council and administration organized a centennial celebration...

Suicide intervention seminar to be held

An educational workshop is coming in April to Whitewood that is special in its training skills that participants will acquire. Whitewood Action for Families (WAFF)...

Traffic Safety Spotlight focuses on impaired driving

“I drive better when I’m high!” “They’ll never catch me!” “Pffft. That will never hold up in court!” Sound familiar? There are plenty of misconceptions floating around...

Above normal runoff expected for Qu’Appelle Valley area

There is a risk for potential flooding throughout areas of southern Saskatchewan this spring as a result of higher than normal snowfall this winter. Last...

House fire deemed to be arson

A man was arrested for arson following a fire on Ochapowace First Nation last week that saw a home completely destroyed by fire. At around...

Plans finalized for annual rhubarb festival

Whitewood is home to an annual summer event that brings people out to enjoy the great outdoors as well as a taste of that...

Judge orders Martin to enter plea at next court appearance

Arrested last November for the illegal operation of a marijuana dispensary in Whitewood, Jerry Martin has had his case adjourned for one more month,...

Team Laycock gives lesson in curling to area students

Fifty-five young curlers got to spend an afternoon with curling royalty on Jan. 20 when the Whitewood Curling Club hosted the CurlingTown tour with...

Fire Prevention Week 2019

Provincial News

Advance polls open for federal election

With less than two weeks to go until the Oct. 21 federal election, advance polls are now open for anyone wanting to...