SaskPower is warning the public about the safety impacts of the frosty conditions that have led to numerous power outages in the south and central regions of Saskatchewan. With the frost accumulating on electrical equipment, there have been countless downed lines since Friday evening. Staying away from any downed power lines is critical. These may […]
On Saturday, Dec 8 the Wadena News will be 110 years old. We sure hope we don’t look 110 but then there are days when we feel like it. Inside this weeks edition, there are 12 decades of front pages that span from 1908 to 2018. Birthday gifts will be most welcome!
By Andy Labdon Five families from Fishing Lake First Nation are in danger of losing their homes. Last week eviction notices were sent to the families stating that ‘pursuant to Fishing Lake First Nation Chief and Councils motion made on Nov. 8, 2018; states that only registered band members of Fishing Lake First Nation […]
On Oct. 16, two Caucasian males in a late model two-tone burgundy and silver Ford F150 were seen leaving a farmyard in the RM of Ponass Lake. When the owner checked on his property he found it had been broken into and approximately $3500 worth of items were stolen, including a chainsaw and tool chest. […]