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NDP set to decide leadership

NDP set to decide leadership

Leadership race being decided today between Carla Beck and Kaitlyn Harvey.
Alcohol-loaded breath samples lead to arrest in Estevan

Alcohol-loaded breath samples lead to arrest in Estevan

Latest news from the Estevan Police Service.
Court & Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court & Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

This week, another person was sentenced in the killing of Tiki Laverdiere, thieves pulled a multi-vehicle theft from a Rosetown dealership, human trafficking suspects made a court appearance, someone appears to have burned a church down, and more.
Snowbirds temporarily grounded due to technical problems

Snowbirds temporarily grounded due to technical problems

The Department of Defence says the problem relates to a device that sets the timing for the deployment of the parachute during the ejection sequence.
Man claiming mental illness declared guilty of manslaughter

Man claiming mental illness declared guilty of manslaughter

A 67-page decision states the Crown proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Jeffrey Glenn McCaig stabbed Kevin Hallock 17 times but not that he intended to kill.
Bass classic makes its return to Boundary Dam

Bass classic makes its return to Boundary Dam

Boundary Dam reservoir is home to the only population of largemouth bass in Saskatchewan, so this tournament represents a truly unique opportunity for anglers looking for a different challenge out on the water.
City of Weyburn bypassed untreated sewage after heavy rainfall

City of Weyburn bypassed untreated sewage after heavy rainfall

The heavy rainfall on June 21 in Weyburn forced the city to bypass untreated sewage as their system could not handle the water volume.
New location set for High Tea event in Weyburn with Lt.-Governor

New location set for High Tea event in Weyburn with Lt.-Governor

Lt.-Gov. Russ Mirasty and his wife will attend the High Tea event at the Spark Centre.
Lampman Lions donate to grateful local organizations

Lampman Lions donate to grateful local organizations

Like every service club, they are looking for membership. Anyone can join and meetings are held the first and third Thursdays of the month, beginning in September. They take a break during the summer months, but this does not mean they are not working on things for the up-and-coming year.
June is Lipedema Awareness Month

June is Lipedema Awareness Month

We hope to be able to set up a working committee to help ensure proper diagnosis and treatment is available in Saskatchewan.