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Former resident arrested for counterfeiting money

A former Whitewood resident was one of eight people arrested and charged following an investigation into the counterfeiting of money that Regina Police Service...

Mapping project helps emergency response times

Cowessess First Nation and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are working on an important mapping project. Through a Saskatchewan Polytechnic applied research grant, Cowessess First Nation and Saskatchewan...

Students learn about Indian residential school tragedy

Orange Shirt Day movement calls for action, understanding Grenfell’s youngest carried heavy hearts and tears in their eyes as they learned about the heartbreak generations...

Sask. closes door to most gatherings

Christmas is less than two weeks away and new public health measures have been added that will mean people may have to redo their...

Matity brothers promoting Sask. as angling destination

Jeff and Jason Matity have taken their love for fishing and the outdoors and have turned it into their soapbox to promote Saskatchewan as...

Ecklund family honoured with Agribition award

A family-owned business has received recognition for their participation in Agribition, going three decades strong. Ecklund Drive Thru Gates, just south of Percival, recently accepted...

Bonk and Ward win 4-H public speaking awards

4-H clubs recognize the value of helping youth develop an ability to clearly articulate their ideas. Annual public speaking competitions provide members with the...

Resident upset damaged road not repaired

“Unnecessary removal of pavement in front of my property has caused us several problems,” Howard Balon told town council at its June 20 meeting. Balon...

Archers enjoy 3D hunt in Pipestone Valley

Hunting enthusiasts young and old converged in the Pipestone Valley over the weekend to participate in a two-day 3-D archery shoot. The Target Panic Archery...

Teen walking across country to help friend

“All I needed was motivation,” Brayden Walken Erickson told the Herald last Wednesday as he prepared to leave Whitewood in his “Cross Canada Cure”...

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