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Sherri Solomko

Sherri Solomko

Sherri Solomko of the Northwest Press-Herald says, “I love to write, in fact I often refer to it as my keyboard therapy. We have so many great stories to tell and I am happy to be part of the team that brings all of these terrific tales to our readers.”
Sherri started out as a freelancer more than 10 years ago and moved into full time reporting when a retirement left the position open. Prior to this, she served as front line staff at a financial institution, marketing coordinator for a local co-op and office manager and marketing personnel for an RV dealership.
“Marketing has been one of my strengths and I believe, when writing our communities' stories, we are marketing all that is great about the places we live and the people who live there. I am committed to telling all the great stories of people, places, spaces and organizations in our communities. Success stories are my favourite and we are lucky as there are so many to write about.”

Recent Work by Sherri

Four teams remain in SWHL playoffs, provincial quests continue for senior teams

Four teams remain in SWHL playoffs, provincial quests continue for senior teams

The first weekend of February spelled the season end for three SWHL teams as Biggar and Kerrobert have now been eliminated from league and provincial play, while Unity's loss to Kindersley in league playoffs also ends their season.
Kerrobert Wildlife Federation celebrates season with dinner and awards

Kerrobert Wildlife Federation celebrates season with dinner and awards

Grateful to be celebrating in-person once again, the Kerrobert Wildlife Federation held their annual dinner and awards on Jan. 21.
Wilkie Outlaws dominate winners' list in SWHL awards

Wilkie Outlaws dominate winners' list in SWHL awards

Hometown pride was evident when the recipients of the annual SWHL awards included a number of players for the Wilkie Outlaws.
Unity's Brian Woytiuk receives another award for his community commitment

Unity's Brian Woytiuk receives another award for his community commitment

2023 has been a big year for long-time community volunteer, Brian Woytiuk, as another honor is bestowed upon him
Maybe you already herd it but moose were on the loose in Luseland

Maybe you already herd it but moose were on the loose in Luseland

Oh deer, residents in the town of Luseland experienced too close for comfort contact with several moose who continued to get comfortable within town limits.
Eight nominees announced for inaugural SWHL award

Eight nominees announced for inaugural SWHL award

The Sask. West Hockey League will present a new award created in memory of Bill Cey for the hardest working local player, with each team having one player from their team nominated.
Unity curlers rocked by sudden house closure

Unity curlers rocked by sudden house closure

High school curlers in Unity have had to adapt to varying arenas to prepare for Sask. High School Athletics Association district and regional playdowns.
Proactive measures promptly put in place to protect kids at Unity arena

Proactive measures promptly put in place to protect kids at Unity arena

Information released Jan. 30 of an alleged sexual assault in a small-town arena prompted quick action by the town of Unity and their recreation department as new proactive measures are being taken to protect children there.
Wilkie Swimming Pool project receives substantial grant

Wilkie Swimming Pool project receives substantial grant

It was an exciting announcement for the community when it was announced a substantial grant will kickstart the progress for a new swimming pool in Wilkie.
Unity and District Heritage Museum gearing up for another Family Day celebration

Unity and District Heritage Museum gearing up for another Family Day celebration

An unexpected expense arose for Unity's museum committee when a blower motor on the office fan needed replacing.
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