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Sask health officials lead Manila recruitment drive

Saskatchewan health officials are leading a Mission to the Philippines this week until Friday Dec. 2 seeking to recruit future health care staff. About 3,000 applications have been received for information sessions and over 1600 registrations have been confirmed to attend the information sessions. Health officials are leading in-person sessions to...

Tire slashing suspect arrested

Police say 19 vehicles had between one and four tires damaged after a knife wielding suspect slashed tires at a Lloydminster apartment building. Officers were called to the building in the 1600 block of 47 Avenue on Nov. 20 at about 6:25 a.m. Reports indicate a man was slashing tires...

Ace of spades comes in for Paradise Hill man

A Paradise Hill man whose girlfriend told him to buy a ticket in the Chase the Ace, admits he almost forgot. "My girlfriend told me about it the day before. And then the night before the draw, I just remembered it. I said, "Oh yeah, I should buy those tickets....

Downtown snow removal on Tuesday night

The city's roadway services crews will be grading the streets of downtown Lloydminster tonight Tuesday Nov. 29, beginning with 50 and 49 avenues and Highway 16 east of 50 Ave. Officials are encouraging drivers to avoid parking on the streets overnight to allow for more thorough snow removal. Crews continue to...

HealthLine 811 outage planned for Tuesday and Wednesday

HealthLine 811 will be unavailable during two planned outages this week to facilitate system upgrades and staff training, according to the SHA. Saskatchewan Health officials say the service will be unavailable Tuesday, Nov. 29 from 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and Wed Nov. 30 from 2:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. During...

Jack Kemp students make Christmas ornaments for seniors

Monday's blustery winter conditions didn't stop kids from going out for break or even making Christmas ornaments for seniors in the community. Grade six students at Jack Kemp School put their creativity on the line to make some ornaments for an upcoming event at Grace United Church. Eleven-year old Alex Wood...
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