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Myles MacIntosh, 28, fell through the ice of the South Saskatchewan river in Feb. 1 after his bachelor party. Photo submitted.
Myles MacIntosh, 28, fell through the ice of the South Saskatchewan river in Feb. 1 after his bachelor party. Photo submitted.

Body found in river could be Myles MacIntosh

By Kelly Malone
May 19, 2014 - 9:01am Updated: May 20, 2014 - 6:38am

A body found in the river in the Melfort area could be a missing Saskatoon groom.

Myles MacIntosh, 28, fell through the ice of the South Saskatchewan river in Feb. 1 after being on a pub crawl for his bachelor party.

Carol Soles embraces her nephew Tye Anderson after being rescued from the frigid river. Photo submitted by Marv Penner.
Carol Soles embraces her nephew Tye Anderson after being rescued from the frigid river. Photo submitted by Marv Penner.

Prince Albert woman rescued from rushing river: paNOW exclusive

By Nigel Maxwell
May 19, 2014 - 8:36am

Carol Soles, a Prince Albert woman, renowned for her volunteer activities owes her life to two brave men.

On Saturday, Soles was attending a church function near MacDowall. She and a few others were riding on their quads by the river.

By Jeff D’Andrea paNOW Staff Golf is certainly a sport for all ages, allowing athletes continue to compete at a high level in de
By Jeff D’Andrea paNOW Staff Golf is certainly a sport for all ages, allowing athletes continue to compete at a high level in de

Bergen extends his lead heading into final round of May Day Masters

By Jeff D'Andrea
May 16, 2014 - 7:53am Updated: May 18, 2014 - 6:32pm

paNOW Staff 

 

Update: 

Cam Bergen will carry a four shot lead into Sunday's final round of the May Day Masters golf tournament at Cooke Municipal.

Gert Pieterse with wife Sandra. Submitted photo
Gert Pieterse with wife Sandra. Submitted photo

Small town doctor named #1

By Nigel Maxwell
May 15, 2014 - 5:00pm

Saskatchewan's top doctor doesn't live in Saskatoon or Regina, but rather a small community southeast of Melfort.

Doctor Gert Pieterse has been living in Porcupine Plain for near two decades. He was recently named the 2014 Physician of the Year by the Saskatchewan Medical Association.

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