Month: October 2015

Canadian Tire store opens in Martensville

A week after the new Canadian Tire outlet opened its doors to customers in Martensville, the store manager officially cut the ribbon to mark the retail giant’s entry into the region. Canadian Tire store owner Steve Westgate was smiling as…

Woman injured in Highway 16 collision

A 36-year-old woman was injured in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 16 east of Saskatoon on Friday, October 30. The collision occurred at about 11:30 in the morning at the intersection of Highway 16 and Highway 316 near Clavet, according…

Second annual KidSport fundraiser kicks off in Martensville

Caring for Our Communities second annual KidSport fundraiser officially kicked off this morning at Martensville A&W. The City of Martensville and the City of Warman, along with the Clark’s Crossing Gazette and A&W Martensville are taking donations at the A&W…

Valley Christian Academy supper raises funds for new playground

Students in primary grades at Valley Christian Academy (VCA) in Osler will be swinging and sliding on brand new playground equipment next spring, thanks to a fundraising campaign that kicked off last week. The VCA Board of Directors is looking…

Four people arrested on drug charges following seizures in Saskatoon

Two Saskatoon men, ages 24 and 36, and two Saskatoon women, ages 23 and 39, have been arrested following an investigation by the Saskatoon Integrated Drug Enforcement Street Team (SIDEST) and Integrated Organized Crime North (IOCN). Two search warrants were…

Concerts recapture magic of Elvis’ 1956 shows

Recapturing the raw energy of Elvis Presley’s live shows from 1956 is a “dream come true” for Cody Ray Slaughter. The young entertainer who hails from Harrison, Arkansas and bears a striking resemblance to the legendary King of Rock ‘n…

Iconic statue finds a home in Martensville

A statue by the late Bill Epp, an internationally-respected artist with roots in the Martensville area, has found a new home. “The Runner” was cast by Epp in 1988, and for many years was one of several distinctive statues on…