Month: May 2016

Dalmeny Co-op gas bar pursues liquor license

Residents in Dalmeny may have to wait a bit longer for a proposed gas bar for the community. Kori Fast, manager of the Hepburn Co-op and key mover on the Dalmeny project told residents at a recent Dalmeny public meeting…

Art tour showcases some of world’s best

You could say the hottest ticket on the Blackstrap Art Studio Tour was the glass-blowing studio. It’s hard to compete with a furnace running at 2300º F, but for molten glass storage, that’s the ticket at Hiebert’s Hot Shop. The…

Willow Cree Health Services centre receives national accreditation

Willow Cree Health Services (WCHS) has earned national recognition for its high standards of planning, management and delivery of heath care. The community-based health clinic, located on the Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation near Duck Lake, has been accredited by…

Girls open up at powerful weekend conference

A weekend conference for First Nations girls began with a bang according to organizer, Treena Wynes. About 70 girls aged 10 to 13 attended “Becoming Women: Preparing Our Daughters for Womanhood,” in Saskatoon May 20 to 22. They came from…

Boychuk interchange gets cash infusion

Both the federal and provincial governments announced a cash infusion for a critical proposed interchange at the intersection of Boychuk Drive and Highway 16 at a May 26 press conference. Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities and Jim Reiter,…

Warman streets to get major facelift over the summer

A portion of Central Street between 1st Avenue and Crystal Springs Drive in Warman is slated to be rebuilt this summer. The $1.85 million rehabilitation project involves lowering and widening the road bed, as well as adding sidewalk, curbs and…