‘The church from sleepy hollow’ has unique past

Tucked away behind a tangle of trees on a grid road west of Grenfell, Holy Trinity Anglican Church was affectionately known as “the church...

Local groups receive $69,000 in grants

Groups and organizations in seven local communities have received more than $69,000 in funding through the latest round of charitable game grants. In total,...

PVSD and people respond to increase cases

Increased risk to the COVID-19 virus and its variants have brought in new regulations for Regina and area as the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA)...

Cowessess FN bringing their children home

Cowessess First Nation has officially resumed responsibility for its children in foster care. The formal launch of Chief Red Bear Children’s Lodge (CRBCL) took...

Sask. to run $2.6B deficit amid record spending

New Grenfell long-term care facility gets $3.6 million for construction The 2021-22 provincial budget was delivered Tuesday with Finance Minister Donna Harpauer stating, “This budget...

Sask. RCMP announces participation in Clare’s Law

After months of behind-the-scenes work, the Saskatchewan RCMP announced on Mar. 31 their participation in Clare’s Law – Interpersonal violence disclosure protocol.“The Saskatchewan RCMP...

RCMP promote learning Indigenous languages

March 31 was National Indigenous Languages Day. It was a day to honour the many Indigenous languages spoken across Canada and to build additional...

Ottawa funds Cowessess solar power project with $5.2 million

Thanks to some federal funding announced last Wednesday, a solar power project owned by Cowessess First Nation can generate some buzz for SaskPower.Ottawa announced...

Dilapidated buildings come down in Melville

The City of Melville has vowed to deal with dilapidated buildings in the area and the progress was quick.A house that has been abandoned...

Wolseley field fire contained

Wolseley Fire Department worked quickly to contain a grass fire east of Wolseley after responding to a call at 4 p.m. on April 5.“It...

Provincial News

First responders to receive vaccine through mobile vaccination units

Saskatchewan's vaccine delivery plan will begin to target first responders through mobile vaccination units once current priority populations are complete.  Currently, mobile vaccination units...