Wrestler receives SHSAA banner

by Phil Ambroziak It was well worth the wait. That’s how Carpenter High School Grade 11 athlete Jacob Ambroziak, his friends, family and teammates felt when they attended a special ceremony at CHS Thursda...

Seniors’ complex denied

by Phil Ambroziak Some seniors in Meadow Lake will have to rethink where exactly they will some day call home. During the regular meeting of Meadow Lake city council held Jan. 8, council voted in favour o...

M.L. man enjoys army life

by Phil Ambroziak Sometimes in life, it’s best to just follow your dreams. That’s what Meadow Lake’s Dean Poitras – a private with the 2nd Battalion (2VP) Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry – did...

Broncos to host La Ronge

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Broncos hope to continue their winning ways when Beaver Lakes Hockey League (BLHL) action resumes this Saturday at the Meadow Lake and District Arena. The puck drops at 8...

Firefighters kept busy

by Phil Ambroziak There wasn’t much time off this holiday season for members of Meadow Lake Fire and Rescue. “We had a busy week,” remarked fire chief Neil Marsh when discussing a series of calls the depa...

M.L. welcomes New Year’s baby

The Meadow Lake Hospital has its New Year's baby for 2018. Isaac Douglas Sinclair was born Jan. 1 at 7:39 a.m. to parents Ruby and Kyle Sinclair of Flying Dust First Nation. Weighing eight pounds, seven ounc...

M.L. man killed in plane crash

by Phil Ambroziak A former Meadow Lake resident was killed Wednesday (Dec. 20) when the small plane he was flying crashed at a Panama airport. Ron Simard was living with his wife in Chame, Panama at the t...

Bridge scene of traffic incidents

by Derek Cornet No changes are expected to the Beaver River bridge after two traffic incidents about 50 kilometres west of Meadow Lake. That’s according to Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure senior c...

Council defers traffic study

by Phil Ambroziak Meadow Lake’s council has yielded when it comes to making a decision on yield signs. During Monday’s city council meeting, councillor Conrad Read moved to defer a vote on whether or not ...

CHS drama takes centre stage

by Derek Cornet A taste of the West was brought to the stage at Carpenter High School last week in a drama production which attracted the club’s largest audience ever. “We had the most seating capacity ou...