New Corporal for Rosthern Detachment

Cpl. Doug Nordick has filled an empty position at the Rosthern Detachment.

Cpl. Doug Nordick has filled an empty position at the Rosthern Detachment.

By Kate Kading

With the transfer of Aaron Kading to fill the sergeant’s position in Blaine Lake, one of the corporal positions at the Rosthern Detachment under Sgt. Lindsey Darling was vacant. This position has been taken over by Cpl. Doug Nordick, formerly of the cold case side of major crimes out of Saskatoon. Cpl. Nordick comes to Rosthern with over 13 years of policing experience in many different capacities.

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Duck Lake newspaper carrier retires after 32 years

By Kate Kading

Chris Ledoux didn’t really set out to deliver the Star Phoenix for as long as he has, he says it just happened by accident as these things tend to do. “Another carrier asked if I wanted to try it out, so sure. I thought I would try it out and see if I liked it. That was a long time ago.”

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Hague Midget Royals tie game one

By Alice Funk

Travelling for several hours to Hillmond, SK was not good for the Hague Midget Royals. Sunday, February 22, was the day set for the first game of round two of Provincial  Midget C hockey. Coming out a bit flat, the Hague team got caught by two quick goals off of Hillmond sticks. The pace of the game picked up as the guys found their hockey legs. With only 39 seconds left in the first period, Kevin Loewen put the puck into the Hillmond net with assists from Brady Unger and James Miller.

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Waldheim Joins the “In Motion” Challenge to win $10,000

Submitted by Marg Fehr

Help Waldheim win the 2015 Get Our Community Moving Challenge powered by Saskatchewan Blue Cross.

Saskatchewan Blue Cross and Saskatchewan In Motion have challenged communities across the province to get active for a chance to win $10,000. Waldheim has accepted the challenge, and we’re going to win! The community with the most minutes registered during the 15 day challenge will be declared the grand prize winner and we want it to be us!

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Langham thespians among local talent featured at Telemiracle

By Terry Pugh

The Prairie Players, a community theatre group from  Langham, is slated to take the stage in Saskatoon at Telemiracle 39 on March 7 and 8.

The group is one of about 60 performers from across Saskatchewan that will join headliners Bob McGrath, Brad Johner, Donny Parenteau, Jason Blaine and Andrea Menard on stage at Credit Union Centre.

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