Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Meadow Lake

RCMP seek man on assault charges

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As part of the Meadow Lake RCMP’s ongoing gang suppression and violence reduction strategy, the public is being asked to help locate 33-year-old Lennex Merasty-Morin. Merasty-Morin is wanted for numerous serious criminal code charges including assault with a weapon, two...

Resident speaks up about unfinished road project

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Residents of 3rd Avenue West in Meadow Lake will have to wait longer than expected for their road to be repaved after initially being torn up as part of a construction project more than six months ago. According to city...

Community events return to Dorintosh

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The Village of Dorintosh is ready to say so long to social distancing. With COVID-19 restrictions lifted and spring’s arrival leading to an increased eagerness in people to get out and have fun, the Dorintosh Community Co-op has brought back...

High school badminton season underway

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Badminton season is once again in full swing at Carpenter High School, but – according to coach Cheyne Dallyn – it won’t be here for very long. “It’s a very quick season,” explained Dallyn, which coaches the CHS athletes alongside...

City gives green light to third pot shop

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During city council’s regular meeting held Monday (March 28), approval was given to a discretionary use application from Canadian Greens Ltd. which will allow the company to open a cannabis retail store at 812 9th St. West, or –...

NACC tarp auction nets more than $900,000

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It’s only in its second year, and the North American Chuckwagon Championship is already highly regarded as one of the premier events of the sport. This was made evident March 24 when – at the first-ever NACC tarp auction –...

U18, U15 teams crowned league champs

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Meadow Lake Minor Hockey’s 2021-22 season is over, and two more teams have gone out on top. Firstly, the U18 Stampeders were crowned STEP League champions in their division following two straight wins over Hillmond – the first last Wednesday...

Tender awarded for new $2.3 million walking path project

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The connection between Meadow Lake and Flying Dust First Nation will soon grow even stronger. During a special meeting held last Thursday (March 17), Meadow Lake city council passed a motion awarding the contract for its walking trail design/build project...

Softball girls head south to compete

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Who said softball can only be played in the summer? Recently, two Meadow Lake athletes – Kenzi Hildebrand and Makenna Dufresne – donned their gloves once again and headed south of the border for an opportunity to compete in the...

CHS alumni find success in post-secondary sports

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Former Carpenter High School athletes continue to shine on the post-secondary stage. This past weekend, CHS alum Avery Pearson – who currently studies kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan – competed as a member of the U of S Huskies...