“SLOW DOWN! Watch for Children” signs were installed today on the corner of Second Street and Rutland Avenue. The corner can be a busy corner at times with both traffic and children walking home to and from school. The signs will remind all drivers to be alert and watch for children at the corner.
This is the third location where “SLOW DOWN! Watch for Children” signs have been installed. The other locations are on Conrad Avenue in front of the Swimming Pool and on Third Street by the Recreation Complex.
REGINA — A farm group has raised around $200,000 to help ranchers affected by recent wildfires in southwest Saskatchewan. A wildfire near Burstall, Tompkins and Leader on Oct. 17 burned tens of thousands of acres of land and killed around 750 cattle, for an estimated loss of about $1 million.
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