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Whitney appointed as new Melfort Fire Chief

Whitney appointed as new Melfort Fire Chief

Eighteen-year veteran assumes new duties April 1.
Update: Bitter cold, difficult roads follow Alberta Clipper

Update: Bitter cold, difficult roads follow Alberta Clipper

Did you plug your vehicle in?
'This is dangerous': Inquest shown video of police chasing Saskatchewan mass killer

'This is dangerous': Inquest shown video of police chasing Saskatchewan mass killer

SASKATOON — Jurors at a coroner's inquest have seen footage of a white truck, driven by a mass killer, speeding in the wrong direction down a major Saskatchewan highway and swerving toward oncoming traffic as Mounties chased closely behind.
Passion for numbers builds a career

Passion for numbers builds a career

Kristen Craig takes the next step in academic leadership at the institution that helped launch her career 21 years ago.
Teachers job actions scheduled through Thursday

Teachers job actions scheduled through Thursday

A rundown of Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation plans for rotating job actions in the province, with more expected beyond this week.
Update: Saskatoon police locate missing 15 year old

Update: Saskatoon police locate missing 15 year old

The SPS thanks the media and the public for their assistance.
Internships pay dividends to Saskatchewan Polytechnic students

Internships pay dividends to Saskatchewan Polytechnic students

Students explore the practical side of their chosen fields.
Mary Musqua-Culbertson speaks at YTC gathering in Yorkton

Mary Musqua-Culbertson speaks at YTC gathering in Yorkton

The trauma of Indian Residential Schools is still very real, said Musqua-Culbertson.
Lt. Gov. speaks at 'Residential School Gathering’ in Yorkton

Lt. Gov. speaks at 'Residential School Gathering’ in Yorkton

Mirasty said of course communities are aware of the legacy of Indian residential schools, and when gathering at events focusing on that it is also time “to honour the survivors, and honour those who didn’t make it home from those institutions.”
Get ready for an Alberta Clipper, followed by bitter cold

Get ready for an Alberta Clipper, followed by bitter cold

An intense, fast-moving Alberta clipper system is forecast to develop Sunday night and cross the Prairies on Monday.