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Kaeding outed from Environment in cabinet shuffle

On May 31 Premier Scott Moe announced changes made to the provincial cabinet.The cabinet shuffle includes five MLAs with new cabinet portfolios, the inclusion...

Busy summer ahead with local events

Following two years of lock downs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is shaping up to be a busy summer ahead with a wide...

Campgrounds open for season in local communities

Campgrounds in Broadview, Grenfell and Whitewood opened in time for vacationers to enjoy the great outdoors on the May long weekend.Broadview Lion’s Campground, located...

Make a Splash at the outdoor swimming pools

Outdoor swimming pools will soon open for the summer.GrenfellThe swimming pool at the Grenfell Recreational Park (GRP) has traditionally opened on June 1 but...

Sea to Sea for PTSD helping to fight stigma

Chad Kennedy, who works in law enforcement in Alberta, is attempting to walk across Canada in a mission called Sea to Sea for PTSD.Walking...

Resident publishes ghost town book

Saskatchewan grid roads comprise 165,000 km of the provinces’ roadways and lead to many long-forgotten places. A new book, Blowing in the Wind: Ghost...

Changes proposed for electoral boundaries in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan’s federal electoral boundaries could look a lot different in the coming future.The Saskatchewan Electoral Boundaries Commission has released the proposed changes to the...

Adaptive sports clinic held in Indian Head

Indian Head residents experienced the excitement of shooting hoops while sitting in a wheelchair and scoring a goal while strapped to a sledge during...

Provincial News

Untreated sewer bypass warning issued for Whitewood, Stockholm and Rocanville

The communities of Whitewood, Stockholm, Rocanville, Saskatoon, Weyburn and Sedley Whitewood and their surrounding areas recently received heavy rainfall in a short period of...