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Body of missing boy located

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More than a month after he disappeared beneath the depths of Makwa Lake, the remains of six-year-old Lian Thunderchild have been located. While details remained few as of this posting, news of the discovery...

New chuckwagon driver makes his mark

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Calvin Fiddler is living his dream. A Waterhen Lake First Nation member, Fiddler made his debut in the wagon box this past weekend, driving in his first official chuckwagon race as part of the...

Real estate sales on the rise

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While many businesses were forced to take a back seat to COVID-19, the local real estate market was not one of them. “In my experience, COVID-19 didn’t really have a negative impact on the...

RM hires beaver trapper

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The RM of Meadow Lake is upping the ante when it comes to eradicating problem beavers. During RM council’s recent meeting, held July 13, a motion was carried to ratify the hiring of Ashton...

Police respond to rollover near Canoe Lake

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On Sunday (Aug. 2) just before 5 p.m., Beauval RCMP received a report of a single motor vehicle collision on Highway 965 between Canoe Lake and Cole Bay. A truck carrying four occupants was...

Monument stolen from gravesite

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Loon Lake RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in recovering a stolen monument from a cemetery north of the Village of Loon Lake. Some time during the last week of July, a large...

City hires new rec. manager

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Meadow Lake’s Regan Beck is looking forward to combining the passion he has in his personal life with that of his professional one. During Monday’s (July 27) regular meeting of Meadow Lake city council,...

No evidence of tornado in M.L.

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Last Thursday’s tornado warning for Meadow Lake and area may have proven to be a false alarm, but – when it comes to potential emergency situations – officials say it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Rain washes out Patuanak Highway

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Heading to Patuanak? Bring a boat. That’s what residents of the northern community, as well as nearby English River First Nation are jokingly advising visitors to do in the wake of two recent washouts...

Fifty new cases, 22 more recoveries

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There are 50 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan July 29, bringing the total to 1,268 cases. The new cases are located in the North (44), South (3), Regina (2) and Central (1) regions.