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Government says it is working to fully reopen hyperbaric chamber

Government says it is working to fully reopen hyperbaric chamber

Daily Leg Update: Premier Moe says recruitment is on to get hyperbaric chamber back up and fully operational again in Moose Jaw
SaskTel announces $80 million to expand Rural Fibre Initiative

SaskTel announces $80 million to expand Rural Fibre Initiative

Advanced fibre optic broadband coming to additional 61 communities and over 22,000 more homes and businesses
Premier Moe makes known what he wants from the federal budget

Premier Moe makes known what he wants from the federal budget

In address to SUMA delegates, Premier Scott Moe makes clear he wants a commitment to ICIP funding, and removal of the carbon tax in Tuesday’s federal budget.
Carnduff RCMP charges two after stolen vehicle located

Carnduff RCMP charges two after stolen vehicle located

Carnduff RCMP charges two southeast Saskatchewan men with possession of property obtained by crime after locating a stolen pick-up truck.
Council reminds public to keep ATVs off Estevan's pathways

Council reminds public to keep ATVs off Estevan's pathways

Council also awarded tenders and discussed Affinity Place at the meeting.
Saskatchewan promises money for Mounties if RCMP can recruit officers

Saskatchewan promises money for Mounties if RCMP can recruit officers

SASKATOON — Saskatchewan and the RCMP have inked a deal that would see the province fund hundreds more officers if Mounties can recruit to fill those positions.
Weyburn library to host spring book sale, art by silent auction

Weyburn library to host spring book sale, art by silent auction

A highlight for the Weyburn Public Library in April will be the spring book sale and silent auction of donated art works, on April 18-20.
Accused in Estevan shooting appears in court

Accused in Estevan shooting appears in court

William Joshua Curtis remanded into custody; next court appearance will be April 22.
Update: Kindersley RCMP say missing man traveling across Canada is located

Update: Kindersley RCMP say missing man traveling across Canada is located

RCMP say thank you to the media and the public for their assistance in this matter. 
'Why volunteer?' Searching for answers with person with decades of experience

'Why volunteer?' Searching for answers with person with decades of experience

Marking National Volunteer Week from April 14-20, the Mercury and SaskToday reached out to one of the wonderful local long-term volunteers, Wendy Gustafson of Macoun.