Former Melville principal accused of professional misconduct

The disciplinary body for Saskatchewan teachers has accused a former principal of École St. Henry’s Sr. School with professional misconduct based on incidents alleged...

Melville scores the ‘double’

City to host Tankard and Scotties For the first time in Saskatchewan, one community has been chosen to host both the men’s and women’s provincial...

Parkland College named one of Saskatchewan’s top employers

Parkland College has been named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers for 2016. The award winners were announced in the Feb. 3 editions of the Regina...

Funding remains a high priority for GSSD

Good Spirit School Division’s greatest challenge remains providing quality education services with reduced government funding, says the GSSD’s new chair. Bob Simpson, who...

Hungarian Ambassador presents donation to Kaposvar Church

For the pioneers who came to Saskatchewan to homestead, faith was as basic a tool as a hammer. It was that faith that helped...

Sports takes Richardson from gridiron to big top

Todd Richardson’s passion for sports was always evident, but applying for another type of work at the advice of a colleague sent him in...

Prairie Co-op gives $5,000 for digital mammography equipment

The Health Foundation of East Central Saskatchewan is raising funds for new digital mammography equipment for the Yorkton Regional Health Centre. The purchase of...

Gov’t, Mounties expand Crime Watch Network

The Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network is expanding to include central and northern Saskatchewan. The network allows RCMP detachment commanders to send text messages, emails...

Lemberg Lions Fly-In Breakfast hosts banner crowd

Many times people will decide to go for a drive to partake in a meal, but in Lemberg, they welcome plane traffic as well. The...

Budget meets challenges head-on, minister tells Melville

Finance Minister Kevin Doherty’s 2017-18 provincial budget cuts popular programs, raises taxes and reduces grants to municipalities. So he knows it’s not going to be...

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...