Hwy. 26 worst road in Sask.

by Phil Ambroziak It went from fifth place overall in 2017 to number one this year, but that isn’t necessarily a good thing. According to results from the 2019 CAA Saskatchewan Worst Roads campaign, High...

NODCA put on hold

by Phil Ambroziak Absence makes the heart grow fonder. This is an old adage members of the North of Divide Community Association are hoping holds true as they temporarily step away from the group to allow fo...

Telemiracle selects talent

by Phil Ambroziak The North will be well represented at Telemiracle 42 when the popular telethon hits the airwaves from Regina March 3 and 4. Of the 60 acts scheduled to appear on the annual broadcast, fi...

Accused priest back at pulpit

by Phil Ambroziak A wayward shepherd has been reunited with his flock. Congregations in both Loon Lake and Goodsoil welcomed back Fr. Javier De Los Angeles Cortazar on the weekend after a lengthy court ba...

Teen invited to Telemiracle

by Phil Ambroziak For the second time in three years, Atlanta Wagmann, 15, has been invited to perform at Telemiracle when the province-wide fundraiser hits the air March 4 and 5 from Saskatoon. This year...

Canada Day event could offer more

‘O Canada!’ While MPs may have voted 225-74 recently to reword parts of the Canadian national anthem to include gender-neutral lyrics, one thing that’s certain to never change is the level of pride and patrio...

Golden anniversary for writer

by Phil Ambroziak The ability to do what you love is reward enough. That’s how long-time Goodsoil resident Clara Hankey feels, but, in spite of this, Hankey was still recognized recently for her half-cent...

The Conversation

With Christmas only days away, United Church minister John Sellwood is preparing for  special Christmas Eve services. Recently, John spoke to Northern Pride about the churches he travels to, how long he’s been ...

Wrestling camp delivers

by Derek Cornet The Northern Pikes Wrestling Club hosted a one-day camp Nov. 21 at Carpenter High School in Meadow Lake where numbers surpassed organizers’ expectations. “We had to run out and get more fo...