Tuesday, January 14th 2014
Grievances remain following U of S layoffs
The University of Saskatchewan is still resolving disputes with a handful of ex-employees...
Monday, January 13th 2014
Councillors, cyclists upset over lack of public consultations, long-term planning for cyclists
The city of Saskatoon's cycling program came under fire Monday as both councillors...
Saskatoon man sentenced for 22nd Street standoff
A man involved in a lengthy standoff earlier this month in Saskatoon has been sentenced...
Saskatoon company manufacturing name for itself
Saskatoon is now home to the world's largest Elliptical Polarizing Undulator.Local firm...
Sask. man's steam bike featured in WDM exhibit
Robert Gross was a man with steam in his veins.Born in 1930 in Melville, Sask., Gross...
Stefanie Lawton returns to the top of Sask. curling
Stefanie Lawton is returning to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts after a five year...
City Hospital flu shot clinic queued out the door
Saskatchewan parents and mothers-to-be poured into the City Hospital flu clinic Saturday...
Sunday, January 12th 2014
Grain industry meets in Saskatoon
Sixteen thousand people are expected to come through the gates at Prairieland Park...
City website undergoes maintenance
Saskatoon residents might have trouble accessing the city's website Sunday night....
City-wide joy ride ends with two arrests
A city-wide joy ride ended with two women in handcuffs Sunday morning.Around 6:40 a.m....
Saskatoon cop awarded MVC by U.S. magazine
A heartfelt farewell to one of the city’s most vulnerable citizens earned a Saskatoon...
Boy with replica shotgun picked up by police
An 11-year-old boy wearing a mask and carrying a replica sawed off shot gun gave...
Police hunt for suspects in two armed robberies
Saskatoon police are searching for three suspects following two armed robberies.The first...
Dog aquatic centre helping canines recover
Dressed in a little camouflage life jacket, five-month-old black lab cross, Everest,...
Saturday, January 11th 2014
Newcomer frustrated with snow clearing policy
Imagine heading to your car to go to work, only to find it buried in snow.For Karla...
Thursday, March 13th 2014
North-end car collision sends two to hospital
Two people are in hospital after two cars collided just north of the Saskatoon airport....
Friday, January 10th 2014
Saskatchewan women promote dancing equality
Two Saskatchewan dancers are proving it doesn’t matter who you are: you can still become...
City councillor frustrated with vehicle noise issue
One Saskatoon councillor’s plea for better quality of life has been stumped by the city’s...
Man sentenced to five years for armed taxi robberies
A man who used a knife to steal around $700 from several Saskatoon taxi drivers has been...
Agriculture sector grows for the 1st time in decades
Saskatchewan is once again the place to be if you want to work in Canada.The province has...