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Leko’s Conservation Corner – Saskatchewan’s Diverse Species at Risk

We often concentrate on our most popular species of fish, wildlife and plant in these columns. In Saskatchewan, there are 67 fish species, 414 bird species and 91 mammal species. I am not even touching amphibian, reptile or plant and fungi species. Read more about Leko’s Conservation Corner – Saskatchewan’s Diverse Species at Risk

Search Warrant Leads to Firearms, Cash, and Drug Seizure in Weirdale, SK

On March 22, 2018, Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET), comprised of members of Prince Albert RCMP and the Prince Albert Police Service, executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) search warrant at a residence in Weirdale, Saskatchewan. Read more about Search Warrant Leads to Firearms, Cash, and Drug Seizure in Weirdale, SK

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Whatever Happened to Maxwell Bigelow?

Two cousins, halfway around the world from each other, are on a quest to solve a complicated trail of documents and details for an ancestor they share. Carol, from Alberta is the Grand Niece of Maxwell Bigelow, (born in Bracebridge, Ontario about 1888 or 1889),  and Maxine, from England, is his Great Granddaughter. The two women recently discovered their connection when Carol reached out to Maxine after seeing details of her family tree on a web site. Read more about Whatever Happened to Maxwell Bigelow?

Late Winter Storm Hits Province Hard; Over 70 Collisions in 12 Hours

While Nipawin area did not see the worst of this recent winter storm, there where some who fell victim to the icy road conditions, such as this car in the ditch along HWY 55 near White Fox. Across the province, Saskatchewan RCMP responded to 74 motor vehicle collisions on Friday. Only minor injuries were reported as […]

Newly Appointed La Ronge Provincial Court Judge Grew Up in Cumberland House, LP Miller Alumni

Prince Albert Lawyer, Mary McAuley has been appointed as a provincial court judge for La Ronge, Saskatchewan. Mary McAuley grew up in Cumberland House and completed her grade 12 at LP Miller Comprehensive in Nipawin, SK. Read more about Newly Appointed La Ronge Provincial Court Judge Grew Up in Cumberland House, LP Miller Alumni

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Call Before You Dig! SaskEnergy Pipeline Shows Signs of Damage From Excavation

Early morning on Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 nearly 4,500 natural gas customers in St. Brieux, Kinistino, Melfort and the surrounding area lost natural gas service to their homes and businesses due to the pipeline rupture.  Read more about Call Before You Dig! SaskEnergy Pipeline Shows Signs of Damage From Excavation