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Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser coming to Estevan in February

Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser coming to Estevan in February

Choose Life Ministry is once again partnering with the Coldest Night of the Year Canada-wide fundraiser to generate some funds for the local program. The event will be held on Feb. 26.
Regina man charged after falsifying criminal record check

Regina man charged after falsifying criminal record check

The document was deemed false by the Regina Police, who issue criminal record checks with specific watermarks.
SE Cornerstone schools will stay in person, but classes may go remote

SE Cornerstone schools will stay in person, but classes may go remote

There were 678 individuals who tested positive for COVID between Jan. 3 and 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 19
Nature Sask “dismayed and angry” over whooping cranes shot in Oklahoma

Nature Sask “dismayed and angry” over whooping cranes shot in Oklahoma

The four whooping cranes were found earlier in December and reported to Oklahoma state game wardens.
Moose Jaw - Inflation is reducing money for new furniture, equipment at joint-use school

Moose Jaw - Inflation is reducing money for new furniture, equipment at joint-use school

'We need new furniture and equipment in a new school. Redeploying from elsewhere will just not cut it'
Camping reservation dates announced for Sask Parks 2022 season

Camping reservation dates announced for Sask Parks 2022 season

Online reservations will have a few extra features this year, including campsite waitlists.
Co-op announces new canola crush, renewable diesel plants coming to Regina

Co-op announces new canola crush, renewable diesel plants coming to Regina

The new facilities will be located in north Regina, near the already established Co-op Refinery Complex.
Estevan's outdoor rinks welcome users

Estevan's outdoor rinks welcome users

The city employees are running the facilities adjacent to the rinks, and the ice surfaces themselves are maintained by the local service clubs. And two outdoor rinks are currently available to the public.
Update: Extreme cold warning for southern Saskatchewan lifted

Update: Extreme cold warning for southern Saskatchewan lifted

Wind chills will be near -40 C for most of southern Saskatchewan
Emergency room at St. Joseph's Hospital sees a surge of Omicron cases

Emergency room at St. Joseph's Hospital sees a surge of Omicron cases

"We are busier in our emergency department right now, because we've got more people coming in looking for testing and with any other signs and symptoms of COVID. So we start a little busier with that. But as far as admissions into the hospital, we see no change on that," Cheryl Harrison, St. Joseph's Hospital nurse manager.