Monday, July 6, 2020

Meadow Lake

Referee recognized as ‘Most Promising’

Recently, Meadow Lake resident Brayden Berry was announced as one of four ‘Most Promising Officials’ from the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) Official’s Development Program. He earned the honour in the SHA’s Zone 7 and...

Excess water invades city properties

When it comes to his cabin at Flotten Lake, John Michael is not opposed to the idea of owning lakefront property. As a homeowner in the City of Meadow Lake, however, it’s a different story.

Drug charges laid in Pinehouse

On Saturday (June 13), Pinehouse Lake RCMP arrested an adult male for being intoxicated in a public place under the Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act. During a search of the male incidental to his...

Rainfall, high water damages RM roads

Rain, rain go away! Indeed, the prolonged rainfall recently experienced in Meadow Lake and area did leave earlier this week, but it also took something with it – two major roads in the rural...

Bear visits rural M.L. homeowner

If only wildlife understood the importance of social distancing. That’s likely what Meadow Lake area resident Robin Roger is thinking after a recent encounter with an unexpected guest at the front door of her...

Upgrades coming to Rapid View Rec. Centre

Change is coming to the Rapid View Recreation Centre, but it’s going to be anything but… rapid. “It’s going to be a long process, but we’re going to stick with it until we achieve...

In-class learning to resume this fall

Today (June 9), the Government of Saskatchewan announced classes in Saskatchewan Prekindergarten to Grade 12 schools will resume in-classroom learning for the upcoming school year. Saskatchewan schools have been closed since March 20 when an indefinite suspension...

Virtual grads a go in Northwest

COVID-19 and the social restrictions in place as a result of the virus have caused high school grad season to break from tradition this year. “With the cancellation of all in-person graduation ceremonies this...

MN-S donates sewing machines to ‘Masked Makers’

A group of seamstresses providing protective face masks to thousands of people throughout the province’s northwest will be able to carry on with their efforts thanks to a recent donation from the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan (MN-S).

M.L. man drives family tractor for first time in decades

It was a birthday present like no other. That’s what Meadow Lake resident Ken Skotheim had to say about the chance to relive his past Sunday afternoon (May 31) when his son-in-law, Shawn Pevach,...