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Catalytic converters stolen from Kinistino business

Catalytic converters stolen from Kinistino business

The catalytic converters were stolen from company vehicles parked at a business in Kinistino.
Meet Your Candidates: Braden Robertson for Yorkton-Melville

Meet Your Candidates: Braden Robertson for Yorkton-Melville

"I have relatively no fear. I am painfully honest. I strongly dislike lobbyists. I love guns." - Braden Robertson
Humboldt ministerial message: A more excellent way

Humboldt ministerial message: A more excellent way

"We experience this love of God by our faith in Him. We express it to others by first believing that we have received it into our hearts and then by faith, allowing it to flow out of us, in order to see it manifest in our everyday lives." — Reverend Araba Quaye, Living Word Church International
Meet Your Candidates: Estelle Hjertaas for Prince Albert

Meet Your Candidates: Estelle Hjertaas for Prince Albert

"There are many ways to give back but the most challenging issues that I have come across need the federal government's support to get at the core of the issue and actually make change." — Estelle Hjertaas
Meet Your Candidates: Denise Loucks for Yorkton-Melville

Meet Your Candidates: Denise Loucks for Yorkton-Melville

SASKTODAY.ca staff reached out to the candidates in all of Saskatchewan's ridings with a universal questionnaire. We will be publishing these results in order they were received.
Driving Sober 101 – Make a plan, before you’re impaired

Driving Sober 101 – Make a plan, before you’re impaired

Higher education shouldn’t equal driving high
Humboldt holding free vehicle noise level testing clinics

Humboldt holding free vehicle noise level testing clinics

Clinics will take place at the Humboldt Uniplex on Sept. 13 and 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Highway 55 near Snowden blocked due to collision

Highway 55 near Snowden blocked due to collision

Highway 55 near Snowden is completely blocked at this time and motorists can expect delays.
First Nation investment way to keep money in community: Chamber speaker

First Nation investment way to keep money in community: Chamber speaker

For entrepreneurs, First Nation investment opportunities are a way to keep business and money in the local economy, according to Sean Willy, Des Nedhe Group’s president and CEO.
Carrot River’s Dunkley Lumber going ahead with $100 million expansion

Carrot River’s Dunkley Lumber going ahead with $100 million expansion

Brennan Hall, Carrot River’s administrator, called the development “huge” for the community.