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Court and Crime Catchup: This week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: This week on SASKTODAY.ca

Three arrested nearly two years after homicide
Big game deadline extended due to system difficulties

Big game deadline extended due to system difficulties

Difficulties with the system that verifies residence caused problems while applying for the big game and white-tailed deer draws.
Crops damaged by frost, flooding and hail in east-central Sask.

Crops damaged by frost, flooding and hail in east-central Sask.

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period May 17-23
Minor ball season gets underway with boys and girls games

Minor ball season gets underway with boys and girls games

Extravadance presents combined finale recital

Extravadance presents combined finale recital

First in-person recital in three years pays tribute to the hard work of dancers from Canora, Preeceville and Yorkton.
Local players contribute to regional volleyball team success

Local players contribute to regional volleyball team success

The Bongo Volleyball U16 team, made up of players from around the East-Central Region, had a successful season, attending tournaments in Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon.
Former NHL player with Canora area roots honoured

Former NHL player with Canora area roots honoured

Former Chicago Blackhawk Cliff Koroll, who grew up near Canora, will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame during a ceremony in Yorkton on June 24
Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Young climbers

Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report: Young climbers

RCMP were dispatched to a report of three young girls climbing on a building in Canora, and determined bricks on the building were possibly damaged by the youth. Police continue to investigate.
Rainfall holds back region's seeding progress

Rainfall holds back region's seeding progress

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period May 10 to 16.
Successful early season family fishing outing

Successful early season family fishing outing

Brendon Skibinski found a good spot where he and his young sons could catch a variety of fish and learn about them at the same time.