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Local News
Brittany Warner

UPDATE: Motor Vehicle Accident on Highway 7

UPDATE: 2:00 p.m. December 11, 2018 The Kindersley RCMP have re-opened Highway 7 east of Kindersley after responding to a multi-vehicle collision earlier this morning. It was reported that the colli... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Biggar RCMP Searching for Stolen Truck

Biggar RCMP received a report of a stolen vehicle earlier today. The truck is a white, F350 Ford crew cab with a large service box on the back. The vehicle is owned by the Town of Biggar, but does no... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Unity RCMP Searching for Stolen Batteries from Oil Well Site

The following information was provided by the Unity RCMP Detachment; The Unity RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in solving a theft that occurred recently near Macklin. On December 7th, 20... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Local RCMP Respond to Multiple Calls of Impaired Drivers

Impaired drivers, mischief and speeding top the list of RCMP calls last week for Kindersley, Kerrobert and Eston. A list that is usually comprised of multiple break and enters and fraud only had one ... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Macklin Celebrates "Christmas in Our Town"

The residents of Macklin came together to get into the Christmas spirit and support local businesses this past Friday at their Christmas in our Town event. The Macklin Chamber of Commerce hosted the a... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Rosetown Age Friendly Provincially Recognized

Rosetown was one of the three communities who received provincial recognition for their Age Friendly Program. Crystal Storey is a Member of the Rosetown Age Friendly Committee. "Our committee was ver... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Rosetown RCMP Warn of Scam in Latest Report

The Rosetown RCMP Detachment had a few things to report in their weekly release for November 29th to December 6th. They would like to remind the public that there are still a number of scams going ar... read more..

Local News
Brad Jennings

Almanac Forecast Not One Many Want

The forecast from the Old Farmer’s Almanac is expecting Saskatchewan to see some below average temperatures, and above average precipitation, between now and the spring. “It’s pretty simple, you can ... read more..

Local News
Brad Jennings

SaskPower 'Cautiously Optimistic' Moving Forward

Large parts of Saskatchewan were hampered by power outages this past week. Some areas had power restored quickly, while other customers were left int he dark for several hours. SaskPower has attribute... read more..

Local News
Brad Jennings

Province Gives Green Light to Ride Sharing Companies

The provincial government approved regulations yesterday that will allow ridesharing companies into the province. They could begin operating in Saskatchewan as soon as December 14, but first municipa... read more..

Local News
Moises Canales

Holiday Train Rolls Through Saskatchewan

The CP Holiday Train entered Swift Current and Maple Creek late last week, bringing holiday cheer and entertainment with it. The mainstay of holiday culture across Canada started its journey at Mohaw... read more..

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Moises Canales

RCMP Charge Saskatoon Man with Break and Enter Near Delisle

The following information has been provided by the RCMP. On December 6th at 2:00 p.m., Warman/Delisle RCMP responded to a reported break and enter at a rural location near the community of Delisle in... read more..

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Moises Canales

Wilkie at the Centre of Latest Oil and Gas Public Offering

December's public offering for Saskatchewan's Crown petroleum and natural gas rights featured the west central region once again. $20.1 million was raised for the last public offering of 2018 with so... read more..

Local News
Emmett Shortt

Sunshine and Warm Air To Return Next Week

Looks like the West Central Region is in for another warm up, with the sunshine set to return in full force by next week.  Saturday and Sunday were previously forecast to stay around the minus 3... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Still No Source Determined for Contaminated Romaine Lettuce

The investigations continue to pinpoint the source of the contaminated romaine lettuce that is responsible for 24 cases of E. coli in Eastern Canada. Although a public health notice has been issued, n... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

New Impaired Driving Laws Coming Into Effect

As SGI focuses their efforts towards impaired drivers this month in Saskatchewan, new impaired driving laws are being changed across Canada. Starting December 18, 2018, part-two of the reformed drivin... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Kindersley Chamber Encourages People to Shop Locally

As the holidays get closer and closer, many people are rushing out to get their shopping done. While some do spend their money locally, often residents will travel to a larger centre or turn to the in... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Another Lucky Kindersley Lotto Winner

Even after double and triple checking his ticket, Theodore Brown could not believe he had purchased a winning lottery ticket. Brown won $119,327.70 on the August 29 draw. “I had a few tickets to chec... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Christmas Hampers Helping Those in Need This Holiday Season

Three non-profit organizations in the Kinderlsey are joining forces to help bring Christmas joy to those in need. The West Central Crisis Centre, Kindersley Food Bank and Kindersley Salvation Army hav... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Diabetes Canada Calls For National Strategy

National Diabetes Month wrapped up last week as Diabetes Canada used the awareness to campaign for a national diabetes strategy. The number of Canadians who are diabetic or pre-diabetic is increasing ... read more..

Local News
Moises Canales

Warm Weekend Ahead, but First - More Winter

After getting dumped with snow over the weekend, the west central Saskatchewan region will continue to experience winter-like weather for the next couple days before warming this weekend. Environment... read more..

Local News
Moises Canales

Sask. RCMP Focusing on 'Big Four' During Impaired Driving Prevention Month

The month of December marks National Impaired Driving Prevention Month and police are letting drivers know they will be carefully watching the roads this holiday season. Motorists can expect heavy po... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Mandatory Training Required for Class 1 Licences

Saskatchewan residents looking to obtain a Class 1 licence will have to undergo mandatory training starting next spring and are now under a more watchful eye for the first year of driving. The Governm... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

SLGA Grants Given to Community Groups

A number of community groups received a cheque through the charitable gaming grant program. Groups that conduct charitable gaming activities, such as bingo or raffles, are eligible for the grant, pai... read more..

Local News
Brad Jennings

Power Outages Around Province

Saskatchewan is experiencing power outages today throughout the province, after frost weighed down power lines thoughout Saskatchewan last night. SaskPower tweeted that there's a major outage. V... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

New Research in Swath Grazing

Producers in west central Saskatchewan may be able to extend the number of grazing days for their cattle through a new method of swath grazing. Barley is one of the most common crops to use for the p... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Community Christmas Concert Charms Rosetown

The Rosetown Music Festival held their annual Community Christmas Concert this past Monday night, with a number of local performers. Carmen Ledding has been involved with the Rosetown Music Festival ... read more..

Local News
Moises Canales

SaskPower Warns Public of Downed Lines

It has been a hectic few days for SaskPower and Saskatchewan residents. Accumulating frost on power lines has caused major problems with power outages being reported throughout the province over the ... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

What Does Alberta's Oil Cuts Mean for Saskatchewan

After the Government of Alberta’s announced they will be cutting oil production in the new year, Premier Scott Moe says he understands the decision, yet reassures Saskatchewan residents, our oil produ... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Winter Wonderland 'Wows' Rosetown

As the lights lit up, so did the faces of many residents who stopped by to enjoy Lovett Park's Winter Wonderland. Stopping by the decoration display has become a tradition for many people, as it adds ... read more..

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