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Nicole Goldsworthy  / Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Nicole Goldsworthy / Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Nicole Goldsworthy is a content creator with a focus on municipal, education and First Nations news. She is a certified municipal administrator and has worked for municipalities for 19 years. She has worked as a director for Culture, Parks and Recreation, Recreation and Community Development officer and currently works as the administrator for the Village of Bjorkdale. She grew up in Hudson Bay and writes for SaskToday.ca on current news in northeast Saskatchewan. She believes local news is essential and keeps communities connected and informed on local issues. She is married with three children. She enjoys the outdoors, sports and spending time with her family

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Recent Work by Nicole Goldsworthy

Hudson Bay local graduates from RCMP Depot training

Hudson Bay local graduates from RCMP Depot training

Cst. Robyn Dolezsar was the only cadet from Saskatchewan to graduate from troop 26.
Town of Nipawin council approves tender for August paving

Town of Nipawin council approves tender for August paving

Paving projects to include airport taxiway.
Prince Albert family recieves keys to Habitat for Humanity home

Prince Albert family recieves keys to Habitat for Humanity home

Since 2009, Habitat for Humanity, with investment from the province, has completed or has under construction 210 home ownership units in 14 communities around Saskatchewan
Humboldt Broncos welcome Klimosko home as new head coach and GM

Humboldt Broncos welcome Klimosko home as new head coach and GM

This will be Klimosko's seventh season as an SJHL head coach, replacing Scott Barney.  
Canadian Blood Services urges Tisdale area residents to give

Canadian Blood Services urges Tisdale area residents to give

One in two people in Canada are eligible to donate and only one in 76 do.
Reigning champion MacGillivray 2nd in Stampede Rangeland Derby

Reigning champion MacGillivray 2nd in Stampede Rangeland Derby

Melfort’s Layne MacGillivray gets to dash for cash but comes home with second.
Batoche will become third largest city in Sask. July 18-21

Batoche will become third largest city in Sask. July 18-21

Back to Batoche Days is the world’s largest outdoor Indigenous celebration.
Team Lakeland athletes preparing for 2024 Summer Games

Team Lakeland athletes preparing for 2024 Summer Games

The 2024 Saskatchewan Summer Games in Lloydminster will see competition among upwards of 1,800 participants from across Saskatchewan in 15 different sports.
Fatal rollover vehicle crash near Red Earth Cree Nation

Fatal rollover vehicle crash near Red Earth Cree Nation

The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was declared deceased by EMS at the scene.
Melfort museum wants security system after vandalism

Melfort museum wants security system after vandalism

The museum board of directors has completed a risk analysis, given the number of irreplaceable artifacts and buildings.  
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