Treaty boundary signage unveiled on Highway 11

Road Sign

On September 26, Saskatchewan's Lieutenant Governor, the Government of Saskatchewan and the Treaty Commissioner of Saskatchewan unveiled the official road signs to mark the Treaty 4-Treaty 6 boundary near Highway 11 - one of the province's busiest transportation links.

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Saskatchewan Roughrider arrested for drunk driving


White Butte RCMP has released the details on an impaired driver arrested on September 17, around 8:30 pm, at a business on Great Plains Road in Emerald Park.

Officers responded, located the driver, and confirmed the driver was impaired. 

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Coconut Software CEO Katherine Regnier brings heart and humour to Humboldt conference

Catherine Regnier

Business owners, personnel managers and non-profit directors gathered to get the inside track on hiring and retaining employees from some of Saskatchewan’s best. Sagehill Community Futures hosted Humboldt’s first Employee Recruitment and Retention Conference at the Legion Hall on Tuesday, September 20. Speakers included human resource experts, government liaisons for immigration and employment, and local agencies Humboldt District Community Services and Humboldt Regional Newcomer Centre, each of whom have their own unique expertise and take on the local labour market. 

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Province introduces new penalties for racing and stunting


Stunting and street racing number among the easily preventable causes of accidents on Saskatchewan streets. While the incidences are higher in urban areas, no community is immune to property damage and personal injury that comes from such thoughtless activities. Now, the province is set to introduce tough new penalties beginning October 1.

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Humboldt joins world in mourning Queen Elizabeth II


Flags in Humboldt that are flying at half mast to honour the fallen in last weekend’s provincial tragedy will remain so during the period of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen’s passing at the age of 96 has triggered tributes throughout the provinces communities. 

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