Meadow Lake & Area

M.L. man arrested for child porn

On April 30, the Saskatchewan ICE Unit with the assistance of the Meadow Lake RCMP executed a search warrant on a residence in Meadow Lake in relation to an investigation into the sharing of child pornography o...

Teen vaping on the rise

by Phil Ambroziak When it comes to the increasing popularity of e-cigarettes amongst students, the Northwest School Division has asked for outside sources to butt in. Recently, Thyra Berg, program manager at ...

City increases speed limit

by Phil Ambroziak In Meadow Lake, the rules of the road have changed... slightly. During the regular meeting of city council held April 23, second and third readings were given to a traffic amendment bylaw, r...

Pot shop vandalized

The new Tweed store in downtown Meadow Lake has yet to open its doors to customers and it appears as though at least one individual is getting tired of waiting. The retail cannabis outlet at 101 Centre St. had...

Fish quotas a concern

by Phil Ambroziak There are plenty of fish in the sea. At least that’s how Jacques Chartier, a commercial fisherman from Saskatchewan’s northwest, feels and also why he believes the province needs to better b...

DQ now open in Meadow Lake

by Terry Villeneuve Another popular brand name restaurant has made its way to Meadow Lake. The new DQ Grill & Chill has been in the works for about a year and is now open on the west side of Meadow Lake n...

Mayor Vidal resigns

On April 8, Meadow Lake mayor Gary Vidal submitted his resignation to the city. This resignation was effective immediately following the adjournment of the April 8 council meeting. In his resignation letter, ...

Several arrests in Meadow Lake

Over the weekend there was an increased police presence in the Meadow Lake area. The Meadow Lake RCMP was joined by the Crime Reduction Team, Emergency Response Team, Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcemen...

Lost plane recovered

by Phil Ambroziak The story of Raymond Gran and Harold Thompson will never be forgotten. Although the RCMP indicated earlier this year it had no plans to recover the Cessna 180 the two men occupied when it cr...

Trucks fall through ice

by Phil Ambroziak Get the truck off the ice. That’s what both the RCMP and conservation officers with the provincial Ministry of Environment are asking the public to do in the wake of warm weather last week t...