La Loche matter adjourned

by Phil Ambroziak The waiting game continues. Closing arguments to determine whether the La Loche shooter should be sentenced as an adult were scheduled to continue Sept. 1 in Meadow Lake. The matter was ...

New judge for Meadow Lake

The Government of Saskatchewan recently announced the appointment of Michelle Baldwin as a judge to the Provincial Court in Meadow Lake. “Judge Baldwin is an exceptional appointment to the bench,” justice mi...

La Loche shooter pleads guilty

by Derek Cornet There will be no trial for the La Loche shooter after he entered guilty pleas for the murder of four people and the attempted murder of seven others. The pleas took place at Meadow Lake pr...

RCMP address panhandling

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake RCMP have turned to the local business community in an effort to curb an all too common occurrence police say has elevated well beyond the level of being a simple nuisance. ...

Finding a better solution

Oftentimes police work isn’t as cut and dry as simply catching the bad guy and taking him off to jail. That’s a realization the Meadow Lake RCMP have come to, as evidenced by the efforts of Cpl. Ryan How and...

Cops net cocaine

On Feb. 25, members of Prince Albert CFSEU and members of the Prince Albert Integrated Street Enforcement Team, with the assistance of Beauval, Meadow Lake, Green Lake and Big River RCMP detachments conducted a...