RCMP detachments now holding town hall meetings

Detachments want to present their priorities for the year, including crime prevention and traffic safety strategies

RCMP detachments now holding town hall meetingsKenneth Brown of The Crossroads Rural RCMP detachments across the province have been mandated to hold town hall meetings and town halls in the region have either been held or will be held. The Kindersley RCMP detachment is holding a series of town hall meetings in its three main communities, but anybody from the area…

Wrestling event to feature performer from Eston

Hollywood Dusty Adonis will take part in a show on Nov. 9 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley

Wrestling event to feature performer from EstonKenneth Brown of The Crossroads Hollywood Dusty Adonis (HDA) of Eston is preparing for a return to the ring. He will be performing in one week at an wrestling event in Kindersley. The local wrestler is in a show on Nov. 9 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m.…

Harvest moving quickly across region

According to a crop report from Saskatchewan Agriculture, 32% of the crop is in the bin in the west central region

Harvest moving quickly across regionJamac News Services The 2018 harvest is between 32 to 60 per cent complete for producers across the west central region and work in the field will continue for area growers. According to a crop report from Saskatchewan Agriculture, 32 per cent of the crop is in the bin in the west central region and…

New regional landfill nearly ready to open

The landfill, with 19 member municipalities, is located about 10 kilometres west of Kindersley just south of Highway 7

New regional landfill nearly ready to open  Kenneth Brown of The Crossroads A group of 19 urban and rural municipalities are founding members of a new regional landfill west of Kindersley. The landfill is close to opening its gates. The Western Regional Landfill Inc. (WRLI), the official name of the organization in charge of the waste management facility, was first incorporated…

Kindersley area leads way in August oil and gas land sale

Public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights generates $6.54 million

Kindersley area leads way in August oil and gas land saleCrossroads Staff Saskatchewan has four main oil and gas regions and the Kindersley area has generated the most revenue after the August Crown sale of licences and leases. The August public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights on Aug. 14 generated a total of $6.54 million and it brings the total to approximately…

Low-risk obstetrics program to start in Kindersley

An assessment released in 2015 identified the lack of obstetrical services as a major gap in area women’s health care

Low-risk obstetrics program to start in KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Crossroads It has been several years since babies have been born in Kindersley on a regular basis, but a new obstetrics program will be starting up early in September. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) announced on Aug. 24 that a revitalized obstetrics program is going to start on Sept. 4 at…

Heritage designation revoked for sod house property

Parks Canada is responsible for designating national historic sites

Heritage designation revoked for sod house property  Kenneth Brown of The Crossroads The Addison Sod House is no longer a provincial heritage property because the historic property’s current owner asked to have the designation revoked. A Revocation Order of the Provincial Heritage Property status was made on July 11. Gene Makowsky, the minister of Parks, Culture and Sport, made the revocation…

Enbridge donates to several communities in region

Kindersley, Kerrobert, Coleville, Dodsland, Herschel and Plenty all benefited from the community investment program in 2018

Enbridge donates to several communities in region  Kenneth Brown of The Crossroads Enbridge Inc.’s Line 3 Replacement Program (L3RP) is ongoing in the west central region, and the pipeline company has been generous to communities in the area. The work on Spread 2 of L3RP is about to pick up in the Kindersley area in July. The project has nine construction…

Alsask radar dome has eager new owner

The Canadian Civil Defence Museum Association has big plans for the heritage property

Alsask radar dome has eager new ownerKenneth Brown of The Crossroads An organization focused on Canadian civil defence history has purchased the radar dome near Alsask and the organization has plans for the heritage property. The radar dome, or radar tower, has been purchased by the Canadian Civil Defence Museum Association (CCDMA). A spokesperson for the association says the sale first…
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