Collision closes northbound Hwy 11 lanes near Hague

Rosthern RCMP closed the north bound lane of Highway 11, approximately one km south of Hague, SK, on Thursday evening, October 10. The closure was due to a collision that occurred shortly after 10:00 pm.

The RCMP and emergency medical services spent several hours on the scene of the collision. Continue reading “Collision closes northbound Hwy 11 lanes near Hague”

Area players to take on USA in Can-Am Bowl

An American player attempts to tackle a Canadian ball carrier during the Can-Am Bowl game in Kerrobert in 2017

The best six-man high school football players in Saskatchewan and Alberta will be taking on the United States during the Can-Am Bowl in Wakaw on Saturday, July 6.

Area teams are well represented on the Team Canada roster this year. Continue reading “Area players to take on USA in Can-Am Bowl”

Wildcats girls pee wee hockey team defies the odds

The Warman Wildcats knocked off North East in the northern semi-final Female Pee Wee A provincial series earlier this month

When the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) ruled last year that girls who live outside Saskatoon would be excluded from the city’s minor hockey teams, some people thought it was the end of the line for female hockey players in smaller centres across the region.


It turns out these girls are in it to win it.

First-year female hockey teams in the Warman Minor Hockey Association (WMHA) are not only holding their own in league play against boys’ teams in Saskatoon, they’re looking to skate their way to a berth in a provincial championship series. Continue reading “Wildcats girls pee wee hockey team defies the odds”