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City opens wallet for curlers

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It appears there may be a curling season in Meadow Lake sooner rather than later. During a special meeting of Meadow Lake city council held Tuesday (Oct. 19), a decision was made to approve a request from the curling club...

Broncos first home game Nov. 13

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The Meadow Lake Senior Broncos are ready to bust out of the corral. Following a meeting held Tuesday (Oct. 19), the SaskAlta Hockey League has announced it will go ahead with a 16-game, 2021-22 season. This means the Meadow Lake...

M.L. teen wins first two for ‘AAA’ squad

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Ethan Fechter is ready to prove he has the spirit of a warrior. The Meadow Lake goalie recently joined the Moose Jaw Warriors of the Saskatchewan Male ‘AAA’ Hockey League and, with two games under his belt since the 2021-22...

COVID-19 gives golf industry a strong year

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Pandemic life has its drawbacks, but, when it comes to the golf industry, it has provided local courses with a little more green than expected. “When COVID first hit, we wondered what was going to happen, but last year turned...

Hometown rider wows crowd

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Bull riding is back. More than 800 people were in attendance last Thursday evening (Sept. 2) for the Bustin’ Our Under the Lights event, sanctioned by Bull Riders Canada and organized by the Meadow Lake Stampede Association. Twenty-five competitors took...

Former Meadow Lake resident breaks Canadian record in Tokyo

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Nikita Ens has swam her way into the record books. The former Meadow Lake resident broke a Canadian record when she took to the pool in Tokyo, Japan recently for the 2020 Summer Paralympics. In her first race – the...

Pearson places seventh on world stage

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Avery Pearson is on top of the world. While the Meadow Lake resident did not take the top spot in the women’s 800-metre event at the 2021 World Athletics U20 Championships in Nairobi, Kenya last week, Pearson, 18, said her...

Wrestling, rugby, weightlifting camp a hit

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Even COVID-19 could not keep the Northern Pikes Wrestling Club down for the count. Earlier this week saw the club join forces with the Meadow Lake SheDevils rugby team to host a three-day wrestling/rugby camp at Carpenter High School. For...

M.L. athlete to compete at world event

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Avery Pearson is ready to take on the world. The recent Carpenter High School graduate recently secured a spot at the 2021 World Athletics U20 Championships, an international competition scheduled for Aug. 17-22 in Nairobi, Kenya. “I’m leaving Aug. 9 and...

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...