Mine shutdown discussed

by Phil Ambroziak Orano Canada Inc.’s efforts to safely and securely decommission Cluff is definitely no bluff. That’s what a series of experts from Orano – the company formerly known as Areva Resources C...

Elks mark 80 years

by Phil Ambroziak Eighty years of giving back to the community is something the Meadow Lake Elks can certainly be proud of. That was the general consensus of the small crowd in attendance for a special di...

Stolen property recovered

On Nov. 7, Loon Lake RCMP, with assistance from SERM and Meadow Lake Police Dog Service, executed a search warrant on a rural location/farmyard east of the village to search for stolen property. Six people w...

Drug bust in Meadow Lake

Over the past year, the Meadow Lake RCMP and P.A. Integrated Street Enforcement Team (PAISET) has been investigating and identifying suspects involved with the flow of drugs in and around the Meadow and Green L...

Students create mural for RCMP

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake RCMP is using art to build relationships. Recently, a group of students from Carpenter High School’s visual arts class began work on a mural at the local RCMP detachment....

Councillor eyes 30 years in office

by Phil Ambroziak Russ Jones must be doing something right. Following the recent RM elections held throughout the province, the Division II councillor for Meadow Lake once again went unopposed to retain h...

Dogs die from poison

by Phil Ambroziak Tenseness, stiffness, agitation, vomiting, seizures, convulsions, asphyxiation, hyperthermia and haemorrhaging. These are only some of the symptoms dogs subjected to strychnine poisoning ex...

Arena upgrade discussed

by Phil Ambroziak Councillor Glen Winkler wants to look to the future, not the past. During the regular meeting of Meadow Lake city council Monday evening (Oct. 22), Winkler put forth a motion calling for...

Speed zone signage discussed

by Phil Ambroziak Everyone knows to slow down when driving through a school zone... or do they? In Meadow Lake, local resident Wendell Brock feels this particular rule of the road could require a little m...

’60s Scoop victims speak out

by Phil Ambroziak Some things are worth waiting for. At least that’s how the close to 15 First Nations and Métis citizens who attended a special sharing circle in Meadow Lake Saturday feel about the provi...