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NEWS

Two arrested, third suspect sought in assault

Two people are in custody and an arrest warrant has been requested for a third following an incident in which a man was unlawfully confined and assaulted on the weekend. Read the entire story – Click here

SPORTS

Blackhawks halt losing streak

Talon Thomas tries to stay ahead of his opposition in a race to the net during a midget AAA game between the Beardy’s Blackhawks and the Saskatoon Blazers on January 11 at the Willow Cree Memorial Sports Centre

The Beardy’s Midget AAA Blackhawks snapped a five game losing streak by defeating the Saskatoon Blazer 4-3, in a shootout, on January 11 at the Willow Cree Memorial Sport Centre. Read the entire story – Click here

SPORTS

Rush set to take on Colorado Mammoth this weekend

Saskatchewan Rush (3-0) vs. Colorado Mammoth (3-0)
8:00pm (CST), January 13th, 2018
Pepsi Center, Denver CO

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NEWS

Radisson ‘still standing’ as CBC film crew rolls into town

Jonny Harris, host of CBC Television’s ‘Still Standing’

January.
Thirty below with a killer wind chill.
Sounds like the ideal time to send a film crew to Radisson, Saskatchewan. Read the entire story – Click here

BUSINESS

WMBEXA business awards competition begins in earnest

Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jaimie Malmgren

Owners of businesses nominated for a Warman-Martensville Business Excellence Award (WMBEXA) gathered in Martensville on Thursday, January 11 to learn details of the competition process.
The third annual business awards gala ceremony, organized by the Prairie Sky Chamber of Commerce (PSCC), is slated for May 4 at the Brian King Centre in Warman.
A total of 84 businesses were nominated in five categories, including Business of the Year, Customer Service, Community Involvement, New Business of the Year, and Non-Profit of the Year. To qualify for an award, a nominated business must complete an application form outlining its operations, history, staff and other details by January 31. Read the entire story – Click here