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Almost showtime: Moose Jaw Minor Girls fastball set to begin play next week

Almost showtime: Moose Jaw Minor Girls fastball set to begin play next week

Practices underway as sport set to make return after delay due to COVID-19 pandemic
Most people against giving big pay raise to council, survey shows

Most people against giving big pay raise to council, survey shows

When asked whether compensation should reflect the size of the municipality in which officials govern, 53.77 per cent of respondents said no
1 new COVID-19 case, 10 more recoveries

1 new COVID-19 case, 10 more recoveries

The new case is in the Far North region
Special Silence: St. Joseph’s Parish stops ringing bells as Saskatchewan hits final stages of re-opening

Special Silence: St. Joseph’s Parish stops ringing bells as Saskatchewan hits final stages of re-opening

The local church rang their bells every day at noon since the pandemic began in a show of solidarity with their community
Premier Moe thanks Michelson, retiring MLAs

Premier Moe thanks Michelson, retiring MLAs

Seven Sask Party, four NDP MLAs stepping down as spring session closes
Paying elected officials adequately would attract quality candidates, report says

Paying elected officials adequately would attract quality candidates, report says

An ideal council should reflect different community backgrounds, the report says
Council deserves pay raise due to long hours and unfair criticisms, councillor argues

Council deserves pay raise due to long hours and unfair criticisms, councillor argues

During its executive committee meeting, city council discussed a report that made recommendations about how much the mayor and councillors should earn
Drivers urged to slow down in construction zones

Drivers urged to slow down in construction zones

Construction zones are the focus of July's Traffic Safety Spotlight
Northern B.C. oil-related business has two new developments flowing cash

Northern B.C. oil-related business has two new developments flowing cash

Ron Walter writes about Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Inc.
Provincial watchdog probes often don't lead to charges against police

Provincial watchdog probes often don't lead to charges against police

An analysis of data from civilian police watchdogs in Canada shows that most of their investigations do not result in charges against officers.