Sarah Mills

Duron Carter practices with the Saskatchewan Roughriders during 2017 spring training camp at SMF Field in Saskatoon.
Duron Carter practices with the Saskatchewan Roughriders during 2017 spring training camp at SMF Field in Saskatoon. Chris Carr/CKOM News Staff

No decision from Rider head coach after Carter’s pot charge

By Sarah Mills
February 14, 2018 - 6:12pm

Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Chris Jones says he’s disappointed by Duron Carter’s legal problems.

The star receiver was charged with possession of marijuana at the Winnipeg airport last November and again at the Saskatoon airport on Feb. 2.

With Bill 40 now law, the Saskatchewan government can sell up to 49 per cent of any Crown.
With Bill 40 now law, the Saskatchewan government can sell up to 49 per cent of any Crown. file photo/CJME News Staff

Government eyes future partnership opportunities for SaskTel

By Sarah Mills
April 28, 2017 - 4:40pm

The government is entertaining future partnership opportunities for SaskTel as a result of the passing of Bill 40.

Bill 40 allows for up to 49 per cent of the province's Crown corporations to be sold without requiring a vote of support from the people of the province.

After months of hints and speculation, Saskatchewan's provincial budget is set to be released today.
After months of hints and speculation, Saskatchewan's provincial budget is set to be released today. file photo/panow.com

Anticipation mounts as Sask. budget to be revealed

By Sarah Mills
March 22, 2017 - 8:35am

After months of speculation, one of the most anticipated provincial budgets in recent memory will be revealed Wednesday afternoon.

We already know the deficit has ballooned to $1.2 billion and now Finance Minister Kevin Doherty admits to some "difficult decisions."

Three pilots, four mechanics and two administrative staff members are losing their jobs after the government announced it's grounding its Executive Air Service on March 16, 2017.
Three pilots, four mechanics and two administrative staff members are losing their jobs after the government announced it's grounding its Executive Air Service on March 16, 2017. file photo/CJME News Staff

Gov. grounds Executive Air Service to save costs

By Sarah Mills
March 16, 2017 - 5:57pm

The government is grounding its Executive Air Service, the private plane service it owns, as a way to cut down on spending.

Since 1965, the Lieutenant Governor, the Premier, Cabinet Ministers, MLAs and senior government officials have flown on the planes.

The government is fighting to reduce a $1.2 billion deficit as it prepares for the budget on March 22, 2017.
The government is fighting to reduce a $1.2 billion deficit as it prepares for the budget on March 22, 2017. file photo/CJME News Staff

Government changing legislation amid wage reduction proposal

By Sarah Mills
March 9, 2017 - 5:41pm

The 3.5 per cent wage reduction proposed in Saskatchewan will go ahead without a vote from the NDP.

The government is mandating the wage drop for MLAs, staff and public sector contracts that are open or about to expire.

Tammy Goforth was convicted in the death of a four-year-old girl and the injury of her two-year-old sister. Her husband Kevin was also convicted.
Tammy Goforth was convicted in the death of a four-year-old girl and the injury of her two-year-old sister. Her husband Kevin was also convicted. file photo/CJME News Staff

Regina juror seeking help after disturbing Goforth murder trial

By Sarah Mills
February 10, 2017 - 4:26pm

A juror is speaking about the impact of sitting on the disturbing Goforth trial a year ago.

Tammy and Kevin Goforth were convicted of killing a young girlin their care and injuring her younger sister. 

980 CJME senior reporter Sarah Mills sat down with Premier Brad Wall for the annual look back.
980 CJME senior reporter Sarah Mills sat down with Premier Brad Wall for the annual look back. SARAH MILLS/CJME NEWS

Election, oil spill, GTH: Premier Brad Wall looks back on 2016

By Sarah Mills
December 30, 2016 - 7:05am

Premier Brad Wall sat down with 980 CJME senior reporter Sarah Mills for an annual year-end interview. In this look back on 2016, he discussed the highs and lows of the year.

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