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Saskatchewan hunter Jeff Haydukewich took a selfie on Sept. 4, just hours before he was pulled out of the tree by a black bear.
Saskatchewan hunter Jeff Haydukewich took a selfie on Sept. 4, just hours before he was pulled out of the tree by a black bear. submitted photo/Jeff Haydukewich

‘Ain’t going to get me’: Sask. man speaks after bear attack

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
September 8, 2017 - 2:37pm

The next time Jeff Haydukewich sets out on a hunting expedition, he’ll be leaving the bow at home and packing the rifle.

But it’ll be awhile before he’ll be able to venture back into the great outdoors, after being attacked by a black bear on Labour Day.

A special council meeting will be held in the RM of Blaine Lake in the wake of the abrupt departure of the community's administrator.
A special council meeting will be held in the RM of Blaine Lake in the wake of the abrupt departure of the community's administrator. RM of Blaine Lake

Blaine Lake in 'chaos' after administrator quits: Reeve

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
June 29, 2017 - 9:58am

In the words of the reeve, the Rural Municipality of Blaine Lake is trying to get back on its feet.

"Chaos is what it is," Reeve Will Chalmers said Wednesday.

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Bertha Buhler recently quit amid serious allegations.

Saskatoon fire crews battled a fast-moving grass fire near Valley Road on April 12, 2016.
Saskatoon fire crews battled a fast-moving grass fire near Valley Road on April 12, 2016. Saskatoon Fire Department

Carelessly tossed cigarettes keep Sask. fire crews busy

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
May 4, 2017 - 3:39pm

For many parts of rural Saskatchewan, an early snowfall in 2016 has led to a heightened risk of grass fires this spring.

Chief Mike Given with the Delisle Fire Department said crops left out on the field are now tinder-dry and ready to go up in flames.

The city says temperatures are surging before Saskatoon's mosquito numbers have the chance to do the same.
The city says temperatures are surging before Saskatoon's mosquito numbers have the chance to do the same. file photo/CKOM News Staff

'Perfect weekend:' Mosquitoes at bay as warm weather shines

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
May 4, 2017 - 2:20pm

It's shaping up to be one of those rare occasions when people can enjoy the warm weather without having to layer on bug spray.

Jeff Boone, pest management supervisor with the City of Saskatoon, said temperatures are surging before mosquito numbers have had a chance to do the same.

Delegates at the 2017 Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities convention in Saskatoon heard a presentation from RCMP Thursday on rural crime watch.
Delegates at the 2017 Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities convention in Saskatoon heard a presentation from RCMP Thursday on rural crime watch. Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff

RCMP encourage old and new methods to fight rural crime

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
March 17, 2017 - 3:05pm

Mounties are urging people to consider using new technology to help with both preventing and solving crimes in rural Saskatchewan.

A recent spike in thefts made the issue a big topic of discussion at this week's SARM convention in Saskatoon.

North Battlefords' Andrew Albers is one of the pitchers suiting up for Team Canada in this year's World Baseball Classic.
North Battlefords' Andrew Albers is one of the pitchers suiting up for Team Canada in this year's World Baseball Classic. Facebook/Andrew Albers

'I've been very blessed': North Battleford's Andrew Albers suits up for Team Canada at WBC

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
March 10, 2017 - 12:47pm

A pitcher from Saskatchewan continues to live his dream.
 
Andrew Albers, a native of North Battleford, is one of the pitchers playing for Team Canada in this year's World Baseball Classic.

Alexander Repetski says cannabis oil treatments for epilepsy have dramatically improved his daughter's quality of life.
Alexander Repetski says cannabis oil treatments for epilepsy have dramatically improved his daughter's quality of life. submitted photo/Alexander Repetski

U of S study to look at cannabis treatment for childhood epilepsy

By Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff
March 9, 2017 - 7:01am

Alexander Repetski hopes a new pilot study at the University of Saskatchewan will help legitimize cannabis treatment for childhood epilepsy.

He's a firm believer in the approach as his daughter, Gwenevere, was diagnosed with epilepsy at three months old.

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