Glenn Hicks

There were 3,700 seatbelt offences in this province in 2017 with some motorists still finding excuses not to buckle up.
There were 3,700 seatbelt offences in this province in 2017 with some motorists still finding excuses not to buckle up. submitted photo/SGI

SGI frustrated with lack of seatbelt use

By Glenn Hicks
February 1, 2018 - 10:00am

If you think wearing a seatbelt is uncomfortable, try flying through a windshield.

That’s the brutally frank statement from an SGI spokesman ahead of their Traffic Safety Spotlight for February, which will focus on occupant safety including seatbelt and appropriate child seat use.

The Moose Jaw Times-Herald, part of a group that includes the Prince Albert Herald will close its doors next month after nearly 130 years in print. The owners blamed economic reasons for the closure.
The Moose Jaw Times-Herald, part of a group that includes the Prince Albert Herald will close its doors next month after nearly 130 years in print. The owners blamed economic reasons for the closure. Moose Jaw Times-Herald/Facebook

Long-running Sask newspaper closing its doors

By Glenn Hicks
November 8, 2017 - 8:04pm

One of the longest running newspapers in Saskatchewan, and part of a publishing group that owns the Prince Albert Daily Herald, is closing its doors.

The Moose Jaw Times-Herald has announced it will publish its last edition on Dec. 7.