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Since 2008, the United Way had funded a half-time educator to speak to different groups about everything from condom use to sexually transmitted infections .
The tricycle, the only model 12-year-old Leah Castle is able to ride with her condition, was taken from her back yard earlier in the week.
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Nine new Saskatchewan schools designed to be used jointly by Catholic and public boards are to be built using public-private partnership funding.
Tim Moccasin gets ready for his first race of the night at Marquis Downs in Saskatoon.
The smart meter on the side of a home in Saskatoon was destroyed by fire. Officials in Medicine Hat, where similar meters were being installed, have put the switchover on hold.
A crew with Red Dog Drilling works on the floor of a drilling rig on a Petrobank oil well in the Bakken oilfield near Weyburn in 2009.
Canadian band Alvvays were just in NYC, playing a free show at Rough Trade on Monday .
A 20-year-old man was given a $795 speeding ticket and had his car seized after Saskatoon police clocked him driving almost 200 kilometres-per-hour.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper made the announcement at a training college in Air Ronge , a several-hour drive northeast of Prince Albert.
In early morning hours of July 22, Weyburn Police Service members conducted a traffic stop.
The group is trying to convince the provincial government to declare a Buy Local Day across the province once a month.
Further to the release sent out yesterday . RCMP in Milestone have laid additional charges against 27 year old Stephanie Martens from Okotoks, Alberta.
Ira Dales, chairman of Moose Jaw's heritage committee, voices his support for the Main Street Saskatchewan program during the regular meeting of the Friendly City's executive committee on Monday.
For those who have been craving mini donuts all year and are anxious to satisfy their inner daredevil, the Queen City Ex is back in town.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 07:38 am
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