Three credit unions announce merger

Horizon, Cornerstone and Plainsview would become fourth largest credit union in province Shareholders of three of Saskatchewan’s smaller credit...

Employees file grievance over no pay

Northern Natural Processing Employees of two slaughterhouses, owned by Northern Natural Processing, are waiting for their wages. Approximately 50...

Borderland to manage Hometown

Neighbouring Co-ops to share management Borderland Co-op will assume management of Hometown Co-op next month. Hometown employs approximately 100...

Re-opening Sask. to be phased in beginning in May

The government provided a bit of optimism on Wednesday night when they announced a roadmap to gradually begin reopening businesses and public...

COLE – Velma

Velma Cole of Grenfell passed away on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, at the age of 98 years. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a...

SHACKLETON – Betty Olive

Betty Olive Shackleton (nee Willcox) of Regina (formerly Estevan) passed away unexpectedly, yet peacefully, at the age of 84 years on Wednesday,...

Premier hints at gradual reopening plan

COVID-19 in Saskatchewan The Saskatchewan government will possibly release a plan next week to gradually “reopen” the province. ...

First Nations lock down for COVID-19

First Nation leaders are enforcing serious guidelines for the safety of the people in their communities to safeguard them against the coronavirus....

FRASER-GAW – Darnell Molly

In her 80th year, Darnell Molly Fraser-Gaw, a long time resident of Grenfell, Sask., due to cancer, left us while sleeping peacefully...

No plans for financial help from towns

COVID-19Local town councils are choosing to let federal and provincial programs provide COVID-19 assistance, with no set plans in place for local...

Provincial News

Five new cases, 19 more recoveries, six in hospital

There are five new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on July 14, bringing the total to 876 cases.  Three of...