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RCMP say they have no updates as they continue to search for a teenage girl who disappeared more than one year ago. Mekayla Bali was 16-years-old when she was last seen at a bus depot in Yorkton on April 12,...

Watching the skies

Professional and amateur astronomers will have a rare treat on Monday, as a solar eclipse makes its way across the North American continent. Starting at roughly 10:30 a.m. on Aug. 21, viewers in Saskatchewan will be able to see the...

First in the race

The first Saskatchewan Party leadership candidate has officially entered the ring. Regina-University MLA and Minister of Social Services Tina Beaudry-Mellor announced on Tuesday that she plans to run for party leader. “I think it is safe to say that no one...
Content warning: story contains descriptions of child abuse At 22, George Edward Sanderson seemed a mild-mannered, promising young man. He was “polite and shy.” He graduated from high school with academic awards, and was taking a training course to become an...
Depending on who you ask, a new policy before City Council is either a major time saver or a threat to municipal democracy. On Monday, council’s executive committee passed a motion to deal with what one councillor called the “overwhelming...
Trevor Broussie, charged in connection with an alleged attack that left a police officer with an injured hand, was released on bail Tuesday. Broussie is facing charges for assault on a police officer and attempting to overcome resistance through choking....
Police drew their firearms at the end of a dramatic high-speed chase, after using a spike belt to intercept a fleeing vehicle by the Diefenbaker Bridge. The vehicle reportedly drove off, at a high rate of speed, soon after police...
City council has voted to pass transit route changes and extended bus hours, against the opposition of a councillor who said it leaves out residents in Crescent Acres. The changes will lop two kilometres off the 15 Street rush hour...
Danny Lee Ledoux appeared in provincial court Monday to watch his new lawyer attempt to set an inquiry date, but the case was adjourned yet again.
Police say a man assaulted an officer, apparently by choking, as they responded to a report of an attempted sexual assault. Trevor Broussie appeared in Prince Albert’s provincial courthouse Monday morning to face charges of assaulting an officer and overcoming...
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