Category Archives: Saskatchewan News

Waterfront Regional Star set to publish final issue from Lumsden to White City December 22

Tue, Dec 19: After 40 years in the Lumsden area, the Waterfront Regional Star will be publishing its final issue on December 22nd. The paper officially closes on December 29. It’s an end date employees did not see coming. David Baxter has more. like & share:

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New pipeline completed to supply Melville, Sask. with water

An ongoing water infrastructure project for the Melville, Sask., area recently hit a milestone with the completion of a new 30 kilometre-long pipeline. The pipeline will ultimately become part of the area’s water utility. READ MORE: New overpasses at Warman and Martensville 40% done Construction began in August and was finished Dec. 15. Related Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital construction reaches

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Stakeholder group push may have contributed to Sask. Party membership boost

It’s a rare opportunity in provincial politics, and getting the chance to pick the next premier has garnered plenty of interest. “It doesn’t always happen this way,” Joe Garcea, political studies department head at the University of Saskatchewan, said. “It generally happens in a general election.” READ MORE: Sask. Party committee rules Alanna Koch did not receive questions before debate

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Regina police share tips on keeping parcels safe this holiday season

With the holidays just around the corner, parcel theft becomes a bigger risk. Elizabeth Popowich, a spokesperson for the Regina Police Service (RPS), wants residents to put the emphasis on preventing any crime happening in the first place. “Crime prevention is really where it’s at. And the strategy is, and always should be, making it more difficult for the crime

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Emerald Ridge Elementary School practicing caution following gastrointestinal illness outbreak

Mon, Dec 18: Students and staff at Emerald Ridge Elementary School, which serves White City, Emerald Park and the area east of Regina, are being asked to be vigilant about ensuring hands are washed due to concern of an undetermined gastrointestinal illness. David Baxter has more. like & share:

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Modified ride-on cars in Regina giving mobility to children with disabilities

Mon, Dec 18: A collaborative project between the University of Regina (U of R) and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre’s Children’s Program is giving children with disabilities the freedom of mobility. Katelyn Wilson reports. like & share:

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