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Two sudden deaths prompt dangerous drugs warning from Turtleford RCMP

Turtleford RCMP are warning the community about dangerous illicit drugs after two separate sudden deaths occurred on April 11 on Thunderchild First Nation. Preliminary investigation suggests fentanyl may have been involved in these incidents, but this cannot be confirmed until a toxicology report comes back from the Saskatchewan Coroners Service. During...

Volunteer call for summer games ramps up

With national volunteer week underway, in Lloydminster, a big push is getting over 1,000 volunteers for the upcoming Saskatchewan Summer Games, July 21-27. The Lloydminster Public Library has joined the effort by making its computers available for people to come in and sign up. The local organizing committee held a 100...

Adding context to the human side of wildfires

Alberta Wildfire is sharing details on a stat that appears on its website, that 67 per cent of wildfires are caused by people. It notes there were 1,088 wildfires last season with 629 caused by humans. However, the breakdown is: Residential - 176 - that's burning debris or grass without...

Saskatchewan Distance Learning opens 2024-25 intake

Saskatchewan Distance Learning Centre (Sask DLC) is accepting registrations for new Kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-12) and adult students for the 2024-25 school year. Both full and part-time high school students can begin selecting courses for next year. So far this school year, Sask DLC has provided online education to more...

English learners end term with party at Bud Miller

Dances from Persia, Ukraine, Venezuela, and India along with a diverse menu bubbled over as first-time English learners wrapped up their winter term with the Lloydminster Learning Council. The PSM Lawyers Park Centre at Bud Miller saw the beginners, intermediate, and advanced learners meet up one more time for a...

Partial fire ban in Wilton

The RM of Wilton has put a partial fire ban in place with immediate effect. Recreational fires are still permitted, however, all previously issued burn permits are revoked and no new permits will be issued, says the RM.
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