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New penalties for stunting and street racing in Saskatchewan

Starting May 1, Saskatchewan drivers will lose their driver’s licence for a week and their vehicle for a month for high speeds, street racing, and stunts. The new penalties for these infractions, including exceeding the speed limit by more than 50 km/h or double the posted limit will be a...

Lloydminster crews to lead snow removal Tuesday night

City of Lloydminster snow removal crews will lead efforts to clean up downtown on Tuesday night following the passing of an Alberta clipper which prompted snowfall warnings and a significant snow dump of some 10-20 cm. The city asks that motorists avoid overnight street parking on Tuesday, Feb 27 to...

STF flexes its muscles as school resumes

The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation , has started the return to school with increased protests to press its case against its employer in the ongoing contract negotiations. While Lloydminster schools were not impacted on Monday, that will not be the case on Tuesday, Feb. 27 as both school divisions have cancelled...

Lloydminster commits to regional emergency support

The City of Lloydminster has voted in favour of the Regional Emergency Management Collective (REMC) agreement with nine municipalities around the border city. At Monday's council meeting, the service provision agreement was ratified with a member contribution of $3 per populous model: The pooled resources will see Lloydminster as the manager...

St. Walburg holding elections for two seats

Voters in St. Walburg are mulling over two seats on council as the town holds by-elections on Mar. 6 with advanced voting on Feb. 29. The four people contesting the vote in alphabetical order are: Bonnie Davis-Schmitz Morgan McMahon Travis Peterson Jason Utz The advanced poll runs from 4-8 p.m. CST...

TeleMiracle 48 brings in over $6 million

The annual TeleMiracle fundraiser has raised $6,112,717 as of 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25. The Kinsmen Foundation charity which supports people with medical expenses dates back to 1977 and this year's effort in Regina was in tribute to long-standing supporter and host Bob McGrath. Seventy-five Saskatchewan talents graced the showpiece...
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