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Locked up for murder in '94: Were Sask. sisters innocent?

Locked up for murder in '94: Were Sask. sisters innocent?

Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance have maintained their innocence for almost 30 years.
Melville student tops poster contest

Melville student tops poster contest

Ally Huser entered the Assiniboine Watershed Stewardship Association's (AWSA) annual poster contest after watershed staff went to her class.
Midsummer Festival debuts in Dubuc

Midsummer Festival debuts in Dubuc

Event featured traditional raising of the pole and dancing as well as displays of Nordic crafts, Viking and Saami tents.
Rhythm and Ribs makes return after two years

Rhythm and Ribs makes return after two years

Featured multiple musical acts and food vendors.
Carla Beck wins leadership of Saskatchewan NDP

Carla Beck wins leadership of Saskatchewan NDP

Winner announced at leadership convention in Regina.
Court & Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court & Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

This week, another person was sentenced in the killing of Tiki Laverdiere, thieves pulled a multi-vehicle theft from a Rosetown dealership, human trafficking suspects made a court appearance, someone appears to have burned a church down, and more.
Two-vehicle collision at intersection of Highways 35 and 5

Two-vehicle collision at intersection of Highways 35 and 5

Upon arrival, Wadena RCMP officers provided first aid to the two drivers and sole occupants of their vehicles until medical first responders arrived.
Surgery professor sues SHA, U of S, COM following termination

Surgery professor sues SHA, U of S, COM following termination

The SHA and U of S terminated Dr. Francis Christian as a surgeon and professor of surgery for speaking out against giving the COVID vaccine to children
Saskatoon dry storm pond system exceeds expectations

Saskatoon dry storm pond system exceeds expectations

Dry storm ponds hold water that would otherwise cause nearby flooding during intense rainfalls.
MOU first step for Indigenous women to access health care needs

MOU first step for Indigenous women to access health care needs

Transportation is one of the barriers for women in accessing health care.