Changes to recycling program

Phil Ambroziak North America’s recycling industry is about to undergo some big changes and Meadow Lake is no exception. According to Layne Shkopich of Shkopich Enviro Ltd. – the company contracted to mana...

Council rejects golf club deal

by Derek Cornet The city will issue a letter to the Meadow Lake Golf Course requesting financial statements after council members were unimpressed by a recent offer discussed at its meeting Oct. 11. The g...

Three newcomers vie for council

While a lack of challengers means Gary Vidal has been acclaimed and will officially embark on his second full term as Meadow Lake mayor following the upcoming municipal election, there will indeed be a race to ...

Vidal to seek re-election

by Phil Ambroziak Gary Vidal isn’t ready to walk away just yet. The Meadow Lake mayor recently announced his plans to seek re-election when voters head to the polls Oct. 26. If successful, it will mark th...

Councillors talk election plans

by Phil Ambroziak With a little more than two months before Meadow Lake residents head to the polls, members of city council are contemplating whether or not they will make another four-year commitment to th...

Change coming for M.L. council

The Fellowship of the Ring, the Office of Scientific Intelligence, the Justice League of America. They may be based in fiction, but these three groups – along with countless others – have one other thing in com...

Chamber shows higher profit

by Phil Ambroziak It’s been a busy year for the Meadow Lake and District Chamber of Commerce. During the chamber’s annual general meeting held May 18 at the PineRidge Ford Curling Club, president Wayne Ma...

Clubs need new blood

by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Wildlife Federation would like someone to take the bull by the horns or, in this case, the deer by the antlers. The club’s annual antler scoring event, usually held early...