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Blackened carcasses of cattle scatter the fields near Burstall after last week’s devastating grass fires swept through the region. Leaving nothing but charred remnants of homes, yards, livestock, livelihoods and lives in its path.

The contributions of southwest Saskatchewan residents to their communities were recognized at a Celebrate Canada 150 medal ceremony in Swift Current.

David Anderson, Member of Parliament for Cypress Hills—Grasslands and Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Human Rights and Religious Freedom, recently expressed concern during Question Period with comments made by the Minister of Justice, Jody Wilson-Raybould regarding bill C-51 and the removal of Section 176 from the Criminal Code.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 16:02

War medals stolen from Kindersley home

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The Kindersley RCMP are asking for your help in solving the following crime:

Justice Minister and Attorney General Don Morgan has announced October 23-27, as the fourth annual Violence Prevention Week in Saskatchewan.

The Chinook School Division's transportation department is looking at ways to operate the bus fleet more efficiently due to budget constraints while at the same time implementing a right-sizing process to reduce operating and maintenance costs.

There are 30 fewer students enrolled in Chinook School Division for the 2017-18 school year.

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