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Saturday, 24 June 2017 05:40

West Nile risk increases as summer gets warmer

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Health officials are advising residents to take precautions against mosquito bites, as the risk of West Nile Virus increases in Saskatchewan.

Last month, SGI released its hard-hitting, emotional  HYPERLINK "http://www.sgi.sk.ca/disappear" awareness campaign targeting impaired driving, and the results of May’s traffic safety spotlight are another reminder of why such campaigns are needed.

The Chinook School Division is restructuring the Student Services program to ensure that ongoing support can be provided to students with reduced resources.

An employer and an unrelated worker pleaded guilty to separate violations of occupational health and safety regulations.

Morse RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating Leon Dyck who has been reported missing. 

During the early morning hours of June 13, Morse RCMP and Swift Current RCMP attended to several commercial Break and Enters in the communities of Herbert and Swift Current. 

An important milestone has been reached in the transition to the new Saskatchewan Health Authority.  Today, Health Minister Jim Reiter announced the creation of a Board of Directors to govern the new Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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