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Golden anniversary for Unity business

Golden anniversary for Unity business

A remarkable milestone for Unity business, Sperle's Tire, are celebrating 50 years
'An alarming, heartbreaking situation': Man who lived at home-based daycare in Marshall faces child porn, sexual assault charges

'An alarming, heartbreaking situation': Man who lived at home-based daycare in Marshall faces child porn, sexual assault charges

Mayor Darlene Puckey shocked
Good harvest progress: 89 per cent of crop in the bin

Good harvest progress: 89 per cent of crop in the bin

Crop Report from the province for Sept. 14-20
Insurance and training funding enhances search and rescue

Insurance and training funding enhances search and rescue

SPSA will provide funding to SARSAV up to a maximum of $40,000 over the next two years
Battlefords RCMP seek witnesses after firearm discharged at police vehicle

Battlefords RCMP seek witnesses after firearm discharged at police vehicle

The hood of a police vehicle was struck by the discharge of a firearm on Mosquito First Nation. No one was injured
If they could vote, Humboldt students would have returned Block to Parliament

If they could vote, Humboldt students would have returned Block to Parliament

If it were up to Humboldt students, Kelly Block of the Conservatives would have been reelected in Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek.
Minimum wage goes up Oct. 1

Minimum wage goes up Oct. 1

$11.81 per hour will be the new minimum wage
Hunters urged to submit heads of deer, moose, elk for CWD testing

Hunters urged to submit heads of deer, moose, elk for CWD testing

CWD is an infectious central nervous system disease in cervids, fatal to the infected deer. There is no known cure and is currently found in 56 of Saskatchewan's 83 wildlife management zones.
NESD to review Gronlid Central School for closure

NESD to review Gronlid Central School for closure

Gronlid Central School is undergoing a review that could determine if it remains open
Indigenous speaker series begins Sept. 29 at RSM

Indigenous speaker series begins Sept. 29 at RSM

Royal Saskatchewan Museum program to be shared online