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Nipawin wants judges to have power to assign impoundment fees to dangerous pet owners

Nipawin wants judges to have power to assign impoundment fees to dangerous pet owners

The town had to impound a dog for 209 days at the cost of $30 per day before it was euthanized under a court order.
Carlton Trail College, Cumberland College, two other colleges to provide new agriculture program

Carlton Trail College, Cumberland College, two other colleges to provide new agriculture program

The eight-month Agricultural Science Certificate provided by Carlton Trail College and Cumberland College aims to teach students the fundamental skills necessary for modern agriculture operations.
North East School Division surpasses 300 cases since semester start

North East School Division surpasses 300 cases since semester start

The NESD is maintaining their focus and goal of in-person learning, with virtual distance learning only being used in the case of an outbreak.
Nipawin RCMP responded to 22 collisions over December

Nipawin RCMP responded to 22 collisions over December

Over the remainder of the winter months, S/Sgt. Terry Posnikoff of the Nipawin RCMP said road safety will be the immediate priority for local law enforcement.
Humboldt Broncos' Morozoff has knack for scoring: coach

Humboldt Broncos' Morozoff has knack for scoring: coach

Morozoff’s 1.17 points per game average placed him tied for sixth with teammate Alec Saretzky in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. He has lit the lamp 12 times in the SJHL this season.
Tisdale Trojans' Shields takes intellectual approach

Tisdale Trojans' Shields takes intellectual approach

“His hockey IQ is up there with some of the best I’ve coach. He thinks the game at a high level. He is going to make a good coach someday,” said Tisdale head coach Dennis Kubat.
Humboldt mayor meets with MLA about mental health & houseless supports

Humboldt mayor meets with MLA about mental health & houseless supports

Behiel said that ideally he would like to see a facility within the city that could deal with mental health concerns on an immediate basis as well as giving shelter for houseless Humboldt residents, which he estimates to be between 25 to 50.
Humboldt expands lead water testing program for two years

Humboldt expands lead water testing program for two years

In 2021, a total of 58 property owners on Ninth Street from Eight Avenue to 12th Avenue were invited to participate. Of them, 45 (77.6 per cent) homeowners sent in samples, and 11 (24.4 per cent) were noted to have lead levels in excess of Health Canada’s Maximum Acceptance Concentration (MAC) guideline of 0.005 mg/L.
Connecting Black Canadian scientists in Saskatoon

Connecting Black Canadian scientists in Saskatoon

USask sponsors inaugural Canadian Black Scientists Network BE-STEMM Conference
'Good policy is important to ensure a strong ag sector': Boxall elected as APAS president

'Good policy is important to ensure a strong ag sector': Boxall elected as APAS president

Representing ag producers to the provincial and federal governments, ag programming, rural connectivity, drought aid priorities for new president.