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Marcel Marin wins eight-dog Canadian Challenge Race PDF Print E-mail
Written by Braden Malsbury   
Thursday, 23 February 2017 09:10

Marcel Marin. Photo courtesy of Facebook.

Marcel Marin of Yellowknife/Saint James came across the line in La Ronge first in the eight-dog event of the Canadian Challenge Sled Dog Race.

Anna Bolvin of Porcupine Plain, SK finished in second, while Jillian Lawton of Rocky Mountain House, AB claimed third spot.

The 12-dog race continues today. It's expected that a winner will cross the line this afternoon.

For more information and up-to-date results, you can check out canadianchallenge.com.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 February 2017 09:28
 
North Central Minor Hockey League returns PDF Print E-mail
Written by Braden Malsbury   
Thursday, 23 February 2017 08:52

Photo courtesy of Facebook.

In the mid-2000’s, the North Central Minor Hockey League started in Saskatchewan, but the league ended up folding in 2010.

The league started up again at the beginning of this current hockey season.

"This summer, I bounced the word around to people to see if they were interested in starting this league, and we got a good response," said North Central Minor Hockey League President, Devin Bernatchez. "This November, we had an AGM. After that AGM, we decided to create three divisions."

The league is made up of novice, atom and peewee divisions. Over 250 players participate in the league in northern Saskatchewan. Bernatchez says a highlight of the league is that over 45 female players are taking part.

"That’s a great thing for our league and it’s a great thing for young girls entering into hockey, that’s something we want to promote," said Bernatchez. "Next year, we’re looking at having an all-girls division."

The league will hold its AGM on May 3rd, a location has not been decided yet.

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 February 2017 13:46
 
Key band councillor facing drug charges released on bail PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsea Laskowski   
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 16:29

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A suspended band councillor from Key First Nation facing drug charges has been approved for electronic monitoring and released on $1,000 bail.

Clarence Papequash, 64, was in Yorkton court on Wednesday to seek bail on 10 charges: five for drug possession for the purpose of trafficking, four for firearms-related offences, and one for possession of stolen property.

He had been in custody since Feb. 15. At that time, police were executing a search warrant on Papequash’s residence. Mounties say they seized a number of pills and firearms from the home. They laid charges following the search.

Papequash is a current band councillor and former chief of Key, who was forced to resign in 2014 when he entered guilty pleas to drug charges that date back to 2010.

Current Key Chief Rodney Brass told MBC that Papequash was suspended as soon as the RCMP told Brass about the new charges. The band is looking into long-term options.

Papequash’s next court appearance is set for mid-March in Kamsack.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 16:30
 
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