Author: Gazette Staff

Warman Neighbourhood Watch helps deter crime

The Warman Neighbourhood Watch (WNW) group is hoping to shed some light on property crime. More lights along one street on Warman’s western edge in particular would certainly help, according to WNW co-founder Mark Stiglitz. “There have been several recent…

Tiny House group plans to build new community

Tiny Houses may be about to take off in the Saskatoon area. Membership in the Saskatoon Tiny House (STH) Facebook group recently tripled in about a month. The tiny house movement has swept across North America in recent years and…

Smile: your teeth are showing!

Going to the dentist doesn’t have to be scary. It can be fun! That’s what 23 Grade 3 and 4 students discovered during a field trip to a Saskatoon dental office. The kids processed through six stations in groups of…

Beware the cheap apology

Perhaps you heard the latest apology from Sean Spicer. The White House press secretary, was forced to make amends last week for his latest ‘woops’ moment when he was criticized for excusing Hitler. He is certainly not the only public…

Clarkboro Ferry back in business

The busiest ferry crossing in Saskatchewan is back in operation. The Clarkboro Ferry on the South Saskatchewan River east of Warman was launched for the 2017 season on April 19. The 18-meter ferry carries an average of 70,000 vehicles annually,…

Police searching for missing woman

Warman RCMP are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing woman. On Wednesday, April 19, 2017 the Warman RCMP received a complaint of a missing adult female. The RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Michelle Wagner.…

Final stretch of twinning to Delisle begins

It was a case of delayed gratification for Delisle. But the town is finally getting a double lane highway to its doors. Delisle residents checked out the lay of the land at an open house held by the Ministry of…