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RCMP investigate report of missing M.L. man

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On July 29 at approximately 6:05 p.m., Meadow Lake RCMP received a complaint of a missing 72-year-old man, Harold Waterhen. Waterhen is a resident of a local long-term care facility on 3rd Avenue West in Meadow Lake. He left the...

Wildfires impact local tourism

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The wildfire situation in northern Saskatchewan may be under greater control now than it was earlier this month, but – when it comes to the region’s tourism industry – the threat of fire and poor air quality has been...

Baseball teams compete at provincials

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Two more provincial championships have been claimed by Meadow Lake and area athletes. This past weekend saw several provincial baseball tournaments take place throughout Saskatchewan – including the ‘AA’ Tier 1 Championship at Lions Park in Meadow Lake – with...

M.L. Co-op profits up at year-end

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Better late than never. That’s how Meadow Lake Co-op board members and staff feel in the wake of the organization’s 2021 annual general meeting, a gathering that took place July 13 at the PineRidge Ford Curling Club when, traditionally, it...

Record high temperatures expected

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Baby, it’s hot outside. According to Environment Canada, Meadow Lake could make its way into the record books by week’s end by hitting an all-time local high as far as temperature is concerned as an unseasonable hot spell continues to...

Ball teams gear up for provincials

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Minor baseball season may be over for Meadow Lake, but the crack of the bat will still be heard at Lions Park later this summer. July 23-25 will see Meadow Lake host U15 provincial baseball provincials, an event head coach...

BJ Carey takes top spot at Poundmaker

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The Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association is back. After COVID-19 halted last year’s action, the CPCA’s 2021 season officially got underway last Thursday (June 24) with four days of racing at Poundmaker Cree Nation. The event wrapped up Sunday (June 27)...

Students visit historic cemetery

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A recent outing by students at Carpenter High School in Meadow Lake served as a way of bridging generations. Last Wednesday (June 16), CHS teacher Derek Eftoda and his History 30 class took their quest for knowledge beyond the classroom...

M.L. bull rider reinstated by PBR Canada

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He’s back! Meadow Lake’s Cody Coverchuk has returned to the sport he loves after recently being reinstated by Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Canada following a suspension dating back to 2019. “I’ve only gone to two events so far this season –...

Parade planned for CHS grads

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Everyone loves a parade. This statement holds especially true for the Class of 2021 from Carpenter High School in Meadow Lake who, on June 29, will take part in a parade throughout the community as a way of celebrating one...