The City of Martensville will introduce amendments to its Vehicles for Hire bylaw in the near future to accommodate new ridesharing regulations approved by the province. Continue reading “Martensville ‘tweaking’ rideshare bylaw”
A 38-year-old Saskatoon man was arrested by Warman RCMP after a break-in in Delisle yesterday afternoon. Continue reading “Suspect arrested following Delisle break-in”
In 1908, the Langham Volunteer Fire Department was only a few months old, but the fledgling organization already had one of the best firefighting machines in the country.
The horse-drawn Waterous gasoline fire engine, manufactured in Brantford, Ontario, retailed for about $3,500. When you added on railway freight to ship it west, the bill probably came to at least $4,500.
“That was big coin in those days,” said Langham Fire Chief Bill McCombs. “Really big coin, especially for a town that only got established in 1907. Continue reading “Langham Fire Department marks 110 years of service”