Please be advised that a temporary disruption to emergency outpatient services has been implemented at the Herbert and District Integrated Health Facility during the following timelines:

Saturday, 18 March 2017 04:12

Government eliminates Executive Air Service

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The Government of Saskatchewan is winding down its Executive Air Service effective today.  Use of the service has decreased drastically in recent years – down from 595 trips in 2006-07 to 165 trips in 2016-17, and mileage is down by 73 per cent.

Great Plains College Swift Current Campus recently awarded a total of $9,500 to Electrician students in celebration of their decision to continue their education. Innovation Credit Union, a long-time donor, made a $3,500 commitment to scholarships this year and was on site to present an Entrance Scholarship to Brendan Nelson.

Thursday, 16 March 2017 09:27

Some provincial service fees are going up

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Certain fees and charges paid by residents of Saskatchewan will change in 2017-18 to reflect the cost of related provincial services.

The Water Security Agency released the March 2017 Spring Runoff Forecast.  

The farm economy slowed in 2016: what’s ahead?

The National Farmers Union is launching an online and mail out survey to ask farmers how they are being treated when they deliver grain to an inland elevator.

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