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Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run

On July 23, just before 5 a.m., Meadow Lake RCMP responded to a call of a pedestrian who had been allegedly struck by a vehicle on the Matchee-Neeb Road approximately 20 kilometres east of Meadow Lake. A 24-yea...
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Reward for gun-toting vandal

by Phil Ambroziak It could soon be lights out for the person or persons responsible for shooting a SaskPower conductor near Meadow Lake. As was reported last week, the conductor – located about 42 kilomet...
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Pokémon Go craze hits M.L.

by Phil Ambroziak More people than usual are coming to church in Meadow Lake, but not for the regular Sunday service. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church/Holy Trinity Anglican Church on 2nd Street West is now t...
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The Conversation

A stay-at-home mom for 17 years, Lillian Neilly decided in 2014 to seek a job with the Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Recently, Northern Pride spoke with Lillian about her role as head interpreter, the benefits o...
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Outrider visits sick kids

by Phil Ambroziak Outrider Kale Lajeunesse experienced something much more profound than championship glory when he attended this year’s Calgary Stampede. “For me, it was very exciting yet humbling to see...
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App keeps people active

Every once in a while a new fad will emerge that takes the world by storm. Who would have thought, however, the latest such trend has roots that date back more than 20 years. The Pokémon franchise kicked off...
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Beauval builds grow tunnel

by Derek Cornet The road to food sustainability in Beauval took a big step forward last month after the construction of a gardening tunnel. “I’m really happy,” said executive director Nick Daigneault of Bea...
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Keys handed to FDFN homeowners

by Derek Cornet Three new houses on Flying Dust First Nation have made home-ownership possible for local families. “I’m thankful and I feel blessed I have a new home,” said Charmaine Mirasty, who moved into...
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The Conversation

The Conversation with former wagon driver Glen Delaronde Q: When did your chuckwagon racing career begin? A: I started in the 1960s. I was 17 when I started, so that was around 1968. I was involved with the...
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For the love of racing

by Terry Villeneuve For close to 10 years, Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) driver BJ Carey had his share of ups and downs on the track. His efforts behind-the-scenes, however, have been e...