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Valentine’s Day market planned for Feb. 11

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There’s no excuse for not buying a last-minute Valentine’s gift for that special someone. That’s because, on Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., a first-ever Valentine’s Day market will be held at the Senior Citizens’ Activity Centre in...

CHS girls win Melfort tournament

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The Carpenter High School girls ‘A’ basketball team continues to dominate the competition. CHS came out on top at a tournament held in Melfort this past weekend, overcoming the competition to be crowned champions. “We’re very proud of the girls –...

Corporate breakfast held for Telemiracle 47

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Telemiracle 47 is just around the corner and organizers are counting on Meadow Lake and area to once again do its part. “Whether you were born and raised in Saskatchewan or have lived here for any length of time, when...

Welcome: 2023 New Year’s baby

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It took a little longer than usual, but a New Year’s baby for 2023 has been born at the Meadow Lake Hospital. Kix Raymond Croteau, the son of Ashley and Rae Croteau of Rapid View, was born Wednesday, Jan. 11...

Wrestlers qualify for Winter Games

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The 2023 Saskatchewan Winter Games are coming, and members of the Northern Pikes Wrestling Club are ready to show they have what it takes to bring home the hardware. This past Saturday (Jan. 21), the Pikes hosted Saskatchewan Winter Game...

SLGA in Meadow Lake closing Feb. 18

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Going once, going twice, sold! The auctions to sell the permits associated with SLGA Retail Inc. stores will begin Feb. 6. The auctions will be staggered, with the final auctions beginning Feb. 15.  “This is the next step in the process...

Broncos undefeated in weekend play

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The Meadow Lake Senior Broncos’ winning ways continue. The Broncos went undefeated in two home games this past weekend, overcoming the Wainwright Rustlers Saturday night (Jan. 14) at PineRidge Ford Place and whacking the Hillmond Hitmen in another exciting encounter...

CHS boys host b-ball alumni game

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Three days of action resulted in a fourth-place finish for the Carpenter High School girls ‘A’ basketball team. The squad was in Moose Jaw Jan. 12-14 to compete in a 16-team tournament, primarily made up of 5A teams. “We started Thursday...

Legion wing nights support non-profits

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When it comes to giving back, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 76 in Meadow Lake isn’t winging it. In fact, a great deal of thought and effort have already gone into a new initiative organized by the Legion and several local...

Traffic fund supports safety initiatives

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Hurry up and slow down! Speed display signs, crosswalks and other enhancements to pedestrian safety are among the initiatives benefiting communities – including a handful here in the Northwest – from the latest round of grants from Saskatchewan’s provincial traffic...