Fire destroys Flotten Lake cabins

by Phil Ambroziak A legacy built by generations lost in a matter of minutes. That’s how Judi Foster, president of the Flotten Lake cabin owners’ association, described how the ongoing Tuff fire impacted t...

Water advisory continues for M.L.

by Phil Ambroziak Water woes continue for the City of Meadow Lake. During the regular meeting of city council held Monday (May 14), city manager Diana Burton indicated it could be a number of weeks before...

Waterhen evacuated

by Phil Ambroziak The people of Waterhen Lake First Nation are on the move. The Ministry of Environment ordered a community-wide evacuation Tuesday afternoon (May 15) amidst two raging wildfires that igni...

M.L. issues water advisory

Due to the quality of water coming in at the City of Meadow Lake's water treatment plant, the Water Security Agency has issued a community wide precautionary drinking water advisory for all users supplied by ci...

Bodybuilding champ crowned

by Phil Ambroziak It may be considered a niche sport, but Meadow Lake’s Mitch McAmmond is certainly pumped about his bodybuilding future. McAmmond, 23, recently took top honours in his 176-198-pound weigh...

Eight-footer for FDFN man

by Phil Ambroziak When Flying Dust First Nation’s Kyle Lambert tells a fish story, it’s anything but. Recently, Lambert – who now resides in Saskatoon – returned from a fishing expedition on the Fraser Ri...

Cat bylaw discussed

by Phil Ambroziak Meadow Lake city council believes efforts to licence household pets that don’t fall under the category of “man’s best friend” could ultimately turn into a cat-astrophe. In spite of a req...

Kimball opening delayed

by Phil Ambroziak Good things come to those who wait. This is the message the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport is encouraging the public to hold near and dear to their hearts while a long-anticipated ...

Pierceland suspects caught

On April 29 around 9:30 p.m., a complaint was received from a business in the area of Pierceland detachment regarding a break-and-enter. A suspect vehicle was heading toward Meadow Lake with three occupants. Th...

RCMP investigate break-ins

The Meadow Lake RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance regarding some recent break, enter and thefts in the local area. Some time between March 9-12, suspect(s) broke into a business vehicle south of tow...