Month: August 2015

Multiple homes suffer fire damage in Martensville

One home was completely destroyed and two others seriously damaged after fire ripped through a neighborhood in Martensville’s south end. Martensville and Warman fire departments were called at about 6:30 Saturday morning to the 200 block of Enns Crescent and…

Fatal pedestrian collision near Borden Bridge

UPDATED 11:16 A.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29 Just before 10:00 Friday night, Warman RCMP were called to a fatal collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle just west of the Borden Bridge on Highway 16. A 15-year-old female was walking on…

Driver escapes injury in Highway 16 rollover

The driver of a half-ton pickup truck was able to walk away from the wreck after his vehicle rolled on Highway 16 on Wednesday, August 26. Warman RCMP, Dalmeny Fire Rescue and MD Ambulance responded to the incident, which occurred…

Health region steps up testing for Heptatitis C

Saskatoon Health Region has advised Region physicians that patients may require additional Hepatitis C testing. “In March of this year, it was discovered that our confirmatory test that we have used since 2012 was based on an older technology and…

Four candidates vying for Langham council

Four people have thrown their hats in the ring in a byelection for a seat on town council in Langham. According to the Langham Town Office, the candidates that submitted nomination papers prior to the deadline on Wednesday, August 19…

Warman Childcare Centre set to begin construction this fall

Construction of a $1.4 million, 3,800 square-foot early childhood education centre in Warman is slated to begin next month and should be ready by the spring of 2016, according to Warman Childcare Centre (WCC) President Brenda Black. “This project has…