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NEWS

Suspect arrested near Radisson after police pursuit

A Saskatoon man was arrested early this morning after he was observed to be in possession of a stolen vehicle. Read the entire story – Click here

NEWS

Team Canada fastball action coming to Saskatoon region

Troy Kosmynka of Warman and the rest of Team Canada will take on the world at the 2018 WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Championship July 7-15

Some of the best young fastball players in Canada will be taking the field in Saskatoon next week.
Team Canada goes up against the Saskatoon Junior Diamondbacks in a doubleheader on Thursday, June 28 at Joe Gallagher stadium in Saskatoon. The opening game starts at 6:30 p.m. and the late game will be under the lights that same evening. (The game was originally slated for Warman, but the location was changed to Saskatoon.) Read the entire story – Click here

NEWS

Langham Curling Club gets boost from Corman Park

The Langham Curling Club (LCC) is one step closer to replacing its ice plant, thanks to a $40,000 grant from the RM of Corman Park. Read the entire story – Click here

MARTENSVILLE NEWS

Schaeffer named Martensville Director of Recreation and Community Services

Ted Schaeffer has been hired as the new Director of Recreation and Community Services for the City of Martensville. Read the entire story – Click here

NEWS

School division celebrates First Nations, Metis partnerships

First Nations Elders Herb Seeseequasis and Marylyne Parenteau bless the flags at the National Indigenous Peoples Day celebration on Monday, June 18

Prairie Spirit School Division (PSSD) is working to expand learning opportunities for First Nations and Metis students through innovative programs and strong partnerships, according to PSSD Education Director Lori Jeschke. Read the entire story – Click here