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Water advisory remains in effect for Regina Pioneer Village

A “do not consume drinking water advisory” remains in effect for Regina Pioneer Village. Saskatchewan Health Authority issued the advisory on Saturday as a precautionary measure after a mechanical failure in the hot water system. “There was a system that was due for a repair, it failed prematurely and as a result there was a potential for cross contamination,” facilities

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Regina’s Carmichael Outreach in need of funding and new temporary location

Carmichael Outreach is known for providing Regina’s homeless population with much needed services, but now the organization is finding itself in need of help. “Our vision overall is to see the end of poverty and homelessness in our community,” Rochelle Berenyi with Carmichael Outreach said. But it’s been a bumpy road for the non-profit ever since it sold its original building.

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Willie Jefferson inks extension with Saskatchewan Roughriders

The Saskatchewan Roughriders signed defensive lineman Willie Jefferson to a contract extension, the team announced Sunday. Jefferson was eligible to become a free agent on Feb. 13. READ MORE: Saskatchewan Roughriders release Kacy Rodgers II to pursue NFL opportunity Related Roughrider Duron Carter charged with marijuana possession Giant Saskatchewan Roughriders logo sign up for auction He will remain with the

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Saskatchewan Roughriders release Kacy Rodgers II to pursue NFL opportunity

Defensive back Kacy Rodgers II was released by the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Saturday to pursue an NFL opportunity. The 25-year-old spent the last two seasons with the Roughriders and played in 25 regular-season games. READ MORE: Roughrider Duron Carter charged with marijuana possession Rodgers had 74 defensive tackles, one quarterback sack and one interception which he returned 50 yards for

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Saskatchewan hockey player Emily Clark to make Olympic debut

Saskatchewan’s Emily Clark is set to embark on a quest for Olympic gold. The forward will make her Olympic debut on the Canadian women’s hockey team in Pyeongchang, South Korea, during the Winter Games, which run from Feb. 9 to 25. READ MORE: Canadian women’s hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser announces retirement According to Clark, hockey was her life’s first calling.

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