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First phase in the development of an agricultural water management strategy

On September 1, Herb Cox, the minister responsible for the Water Security Agency, announced new drainage regulations in Saskatchewan.

The prince and the frog

Once upon a time a King named Giggleburst lived in a castle far, far away in the Enchanted Forest with his Queen Snickersnort and their son Prince Howlgrin.

Public feedback requested for review of the Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013

The Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review (COR) is seeking feedback from individuals and organizations on their opinions, concerns and experiences with the workers’ compensation system either through written submissions or by attending a publ

Agriculture’s best days are ahead

Some people look with nostalgia at the “good ol’ days” thinking that the world would be a better place if we could just go back in time, give up on technology and return food and farming to the way it used to be.

SRC announces economic impact results for 2014-15

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) released its economic impact results for the 2014-15 fiscal year on September 1.

Yorkton facility sets adult offenders on right path

The province is celebrating the grand opening of the Whitespruce Provincial Training Centre, aimed at ensuring adult male offenders have the skills they need to successfully reintegrate back into society.
Community commended at grand opening of the Assiniboine Valley Medical Center

Community commended at grand opening of the Assiniboine Valley Medical Center

Kamsack and its citizens were commended by their MLA last week for having led the way through a struggle to provide the community with a new facility for health care, which he said is still Saskatchewan’s number one concern.
POPOFF, William (Bill)

POPOFF, William (Bill)

POPOFF - William (Bill) Popoff passed away in the early morning hours of August 30, 2015 at the Yorkton Union Hospital following a short, acute illness.

Body of 22-year-old Keeseekoose man discovered

The body of a Keeseekoose First Nation man was discovered in a vehicle in a field several days after the man’s death.

Thieves break in to the Kamsack town office

Loose change in desks and a day’s deposits were stolen from the Kamsack town office when it was illegally entered the night of August 26/27. It was discovered at 6 a.m. on August 27 that someone had entered the building after 8 p.m.