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Spokespeople from the provincial government say speed enforcement by camera is here to stay and communities will be part of a new committee on if and where such devices can be located.
Spokespeople from the provincial government say speed enforcement by camera is here to stay and communities will be part of a new committee on if and where such devices can be located. submitted photo/SGI

Photo speed enforcement to stay

By Glenn Hicks
September 17, 2018 - 5:00pm

The move to make photo speed enforcement (PSE) permanent on our roads is not a cash grab but a way to invest more in traffic safety measures, according to the provincial government. And the mayor of Prince Albert says the way fine revenues will be distributed will help improve traffic safety.

University of Saskatchewan administrators say there will be new full-degree programming, possibly in the areas of agriculture, engineering and business, as the new single downtown campus grows. The reworking of the old Forestry Centre building on Central Avenue into the single campus will start in the spring of 2019 ahead of the fall 2020 opening.
University of Saskatchewan administrators say there will be new full-degree programming, possibly in the areas of agriculture, engineering and business, as the new single downtown campus grows. The reworking of the old Forestry Centre building on Central Avenue into the single campus will start in the spring of 2019 ahead of the fall 2020 opening. File photo/paNOW Staff

New campus in P.A. will see growth in full degree programs: USASK

By Glenn Hicks
September 11, 2018 - 5:00pm

The University of Saskatchewan administrators say in time there will be new full-degree courses offered at the new downtown Prince Albert campus, potentially including the fields of agriculture, business a

Scammers claiming to be from Stars Lottery may be preying on people in our region.
Scammers claiming to be from Stars Lottery may be preying on people in our region. Bryan Eneas/paNOW staff

Lottery scam makes the rounds in region

By Glenn Hicks
September 11, 2018 - 1:44pm

A Weirdale resident is warning others that scammers claiming to represent the Stars Lottery may be trying their luck in the area.

The man got a call on his cell phone Saturday morning and was told he'd won over $4 million dollars and a new Mercedes Benz.

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