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Christian Moulding

Shining A Light on Opioid Addiction Treatment

Yesterday the Saskatchewan government launched a new awareness campaign in the province. The Ministry of Health Addictions and Mental illness branch is hoping to shine a light on the options available... read more..

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Christian Moulding

Peace Encourages Biggar Parents & Students

Students at Biggar Central school participated in the ‘Life Synergy For Youth’ program this week. On Monday retired police officer Dwayne Peace to the schools student body during an assembly. He cover... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Leader Health Care Facility Determines Cause of Incident

After an investigation into the water line break at the Leader Integrated Health Care Facility, details have been released regarding the cause, damages and ongoing patient care. Brenda Schwan, execut... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Bleak Outlook for Spring Runoff Water Supply

The west central region has been hit with arctic-like temperatures for most of the new year, however with little to no precipitation in tow, it could mean a water shortage for producers. With many pr... read more..

Local News
Lydia Anderson

Biggar's 8th Annual Health Services Foundation Fundraiser

On Saturday, February 9, the town of Biggar held their 8th annual Health and District Services Foundation Fundraiser. The event was originally started back when the town was looking to build a new lo... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Third-Party Assessment Released for 2018 Unity Incident

Last January in Unity, a foul odour was detected making some residents sick, as a part of the investigation, the findings of the third-part engineering assessment have been released. The Ministry of ... read more..

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Lydia Anderson

What To Know About Carbon Monoxcide

After a couple of resent carbon monoxide scares within the last couple weeks, the Rosetown Fire Department wanted to share some safety information. When there is to much carbon monoxide in the air yo... read more..

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Brittany Warner

New Animal Control Bylaw in Elrose

The Town of Elrose has implemented a new Animal Control Bylaw outlining the regulations pet owners will now have to abide by. At the beginning of February the Town released Bylaw No. 2019-01 which co... read more..

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Lydia Anderson

Wilkie Farmers Days A Success

Despite the cold temperatures residents of Wilkie still made it out for the towns annual Farmers Days celebration that took place last weekend. The two day event included 3 on 3 shinny, pancake break... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Fire Claims Kerrobert Family's Home

After a fire last Friday claimed the home of a Kerrobert family, the community is rallying together to help them get back on their feet. The Blanchette family home, located on a farm south of Kerrobe... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Buses Cancelled Again, Schools Will Remain Open

Many school buses in the region will remain parked today due to the cold, winter weather. Windchill values this morning are well into the -40°C. Sun West Division Bus Routes Prairie Spirit School ... read more..

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Kelsey Calder

Schools Will Remain Open Despite Bus Cancellations

Many school buses in the region will remain parked today due to the cold, winter weather. Windchill values this morning are well into the -40°C. Sun West Division Bus Routes All buses in the Liv... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Gopher Gold in Eston

The Town of Eston is looking to make a comeback for the iconic gopher that has been a symbol for the community for decades. Eston was one of the first communities to be apart of ThriveSask, a program... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Hotel Room Fire in Kindersley

The Kindersley Fire Department responded to a call at approximately 2:30 this afternoon for a possible structure fire at the Canalta Hotel in Kindersley. Fire Chief, Ron Hope, stated upon arrival the... read more..

Local News
Lydia Anderson

Winter Vacation Safety Tips

Many of us are dreaming about warmer climates for quick relief from this extreme cold winter weather. For those fortunate enough to get away to somewhere warm, here are some vacation safety tips to pr... read more..

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Brittany Warner

Leader Health Facility Water Line Break Still Under Investigation

The Leader and District Integrated Healthcare Facility remains closed following a water line break last Thursday. The cause of the water line break is yet to be released, the Saskatcehwan Health Auth... read more..

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Christian Moulding

West Central Raises Funds for Telemiracle

The West Central region was host to not one but two Telemiracle Fundraisers this past weekend. Internationally acclaimed, and Saskatchewan born, musician Jeffery Straker played to crowds in Unity an read more..

Local News
Brad Jennings

Extreme Windchills Cause for Frostbite Warnings

The cold winter, along with severe windchills, are cause for frostbite warnings across the region. Over the past few days, residents have had to bundle up to protect themselves from the winter weather... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Water Line Break in Leader

The Town of Leader annouced there was a water line break on 2nd street west on the 200 block. They stated the town crew will be arriving on site to assess the situation, however, the water may be shut... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Leader and District Health Facility Relocates Patients After Water Line Break

A water line break at the Leader and District Healthcare facility last night resulted in multiple residents being moved out of the facility The incident caused a loss of both power and heat, causing ... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Annual Winter Free Fishing Weekend

For those who have been spending the majority of their time indoors due to the recent frigid temperatures, the province is giving residents some incentive for some outdoor fun as the temperatures star... read more..

Local News
Kelsey Calder

Bus Cancellations Continue Across West Central

Due to the frigid cold temperatures and windchill values near -40, there have been several bus cancellations with more expected this morning. Check out the latest from the Sunwest School Division's w... read more..

Local News
Lydia Anderson

Prairie Women Stop In Rosetown

Wednesday evening, February 6, the Prairie Women On Snowmobiles wrapped up day 4 of their 6 day journey in Rosetown. The women have been traveling across Saskatchewan to raise awareness for breast can... read more..

Local News
Christian Moulding

Cold Weather Forces Recess Inside

While the cold weather this week has led to a large number of bus cancellations, most Sun West School division schools still see about half of their student population arrive. If the weather is to co... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Kindersley Area Raises Over $10 Million in Provincial Revenue

Over $10 million in provincial revenue was raised from the Kindersley area in February’s public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights. The offering held on Tuesday was the final one for ... read more..

Local News
Lydia Anderson

Rosetown RCMP Looking For Information After Adult Female Injured

On Tuesday, February 5, Rosetown RCMP responded to a call of an injured adult female in the Elrose area. The woman was transported to hospital in Saskatoon due to the injuries she had sustained, but ... read more..

Local News
Christian Moulding

Regional Library Adds New Service

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the library? Did you think of books? Most people would make that association but the reality is so much more. A modern library is an ... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Diesel Trucks Targeted in Recent Kindersley Thefts

The Kindersley RCMP are warning residents to be cautious of criminals in the area targeting diesel trucks. Recently, on three separate occasions, diesel particulate filters (DPF) were taken from the ... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Prior Storms Prompt Storm Sewer Upgrade in Wilkie

The Town of Wilkie is seeing the first-hand effects of the government’s Prairie Resilience climate change strategy with the completion of their Storm Sewer Project. The made-in-Saskatchewan climate c... read more..

Local News
Brittany Warner

Kindersley Attracts Strength and Support for Ag and Oil Industry

Close to one-thousand people braved the cold and filled the stands at the West Central Events Centre to show their support for the agriculture and oil sectors and hear from political figures and exper... read more..

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