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Saskatchewan's partnership to advance MS research

Health Minister Don McMorris announced today that Saskatchewan is finalizing a partnership with U.S researchers and is prepared to fund the participation of Saskatchewan patients in a multiple sclerosis (MS) clinical trial in Albany, New York.

SaskPower to invest $550 million to boost power production

Rob Norris, Minister responsible for SaskPower, announced today that SaskPower will invest more than $550 million to add 200 megawatts (MW) of natural gas generation at Queen Elizabeth Power Station in Saskatoon.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Carlyle RCMP received 54 calls between Sept. 16 and 22. Here's how the calls lined up in the police files at the detachment.
Aurora Borealis lights up the sky

Aurora Borealis lights up the sky

Shimmering curtains of light, known as the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights, dance in the skies north of Weyburn early on Wednesday morning.

RCMP investigates collision

Weyburn RCMP are currently investigating a two vehicle motor vehicle collision, which occurred at approximately 8:40 a.m. on September 22 at the intersection of Highway 13 and Highway 39 in Weyburn.
22 participate in 31st annual Terry Fox Run at Kenosee Lake

22 participate in 31st annual Terry Fox Run at Kenosee Lake

Attendance was down from last year but we still enjoyed our walk/run and it's meaningfulcause. We raised a little over $2000 and had some special people to remember before we started out on our 5km trek.

Culture Days are here

Culture Days is a three-day movement that aims to increase the awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of Canadians in the cultural aspects of their communities.

First phase of 2012 highway construction tenders released

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure released Phase 1 of its highway construction tenders for the 2012 construction season.

NDP nominates candidate

Ken Kessler will be the NDP candidate in Weyburn-Big Muddy in the 2011 provincial election. He was selected as the party's candidate at a nomination meeting in Weyburn on September 22.

Province commits additional funds for flood costs

The provincial government is moving to provide an additional $33.9 million to the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority to cover costs related to this year's unprecedented flooding.
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