Monday, July 6, 2020

Meadow Lake

Letter-writing campaign launched for seniors

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“It’s always nice to get mail.” Those are the words of Neil Currie, a Meadow Lake senior who resides at the Golden West Manor, in response to a new initiative launched by the Meadow...

MSFN cracks down on gangs

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The people of Loon Lake and nearby Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation are of the shared opinion enough is enough when it comes to the presence of gangs in their communities. Earlier this month, Loon...

Sikup store marks 40 years

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COVID-19 may have put the kibosh on the celebration itself, but it hasn’t taken anything away from a special milestone for both a long-time Dorintosh business or its importance to the community as a whole.

Bootlegging charges laid in North

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On May 20 between 7 and 10 p.m., officers from the La Loche RCMP detachment were stationed on Highway 155 just south of the town limits and north of the provincial check stop. The RCMP stationary roadside...

Phase 3 of Reopen Sask. set for June 8

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Work is underway on the next phase of the plan to reopen the provincial economy. The target date to begin Phase 3 of Reopen Saskatchewan is June 8. Phase 2 of the plan began...

Man wanted by police

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The Meadow Lake RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Lennex Merasty-Morin. He is on warrant for the following charges:• Failing to comply with a Release Order• Aggravated Assault• Discharge Firearm with...

District 36 4H sale moves to stockyards

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There’s no bull about the impact COVID-19 has had on District 36 4H. “The annual 4H Show and Sale – which normally takes place as part of Stampede Week at the Meadow Lake Arena...

North continues COVID-19 fight

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As COVID-19 slowly but surely is brought under control in Saskatchewan’s Northwest, the Northern Village of Buffalo Narrows is one of many communities remaining as vigilant as ever until the pandemic is over once and for all.

NorSask brings back employees

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It’s not quite business as usual for NorSask Forest products, but it’s getting there. At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the local sawmill announced it was transitioning from double-shift production to single-shift production...

Outbreak declared over at La Loche Health Centre

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​The Saska​tchewan Health Authority is ending its outbreak declaration at the long term care facility in the La Loche Health Centre made April 17.   Dr. Rim Zayed, medical health officer, has declared the outbreak...