The November 24th issue of the Unity Wilkie Press-Herald is a big one – 24 pages of local and locally relevant news! Check it out for:
a special section on the Unity salt plant, construction of which started 70 years ago;
an introduction to the candidates running to represent Battlefords-Lloydminster now that long-time MP Gerry Ritz has joined the ranks of the retired (there was an article on Conservative candidate Rosemarie Falk in the November 17th Press-Herald);
coverage on the Nov. 16 snowstorm; and
photos of local music students.
And much, much more, including an update on plans for a Kin club in Unity, hockey reports and RCMP reports. Pick up a copy at grocery stores, drugstores or the Co-op C-store!
Below, the Compass Minerals salt plant at Unity SK is shrouded in fog as the winter sun rises.
As promised in the paper this week, next week’s Unity Wilkie Press-Herald will have the details of the charges regarding the horses near Scott who were suffering from lack of food this past winter. Along with that, you can expect a variety of information and photos, such as:
an update on Unity golfer Justin Wood;
a summary on this year’s season for the Unity and Wilkie Minor Ball baseball teams, and who’s heading off to provincial play;
a report on special recognition of the Oil Persons by Unity Golf Club; and
information on car seat clinics and the new laws regarding booster seats.
The Unity Cardinals play Wilkie in a mosquito game June 17, at Wilkie, Saskatchewan.
In the booming Province of Saskatchewan, Unity continues to have plenty of job opportunities too!