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The youth, who can’t be named due to the Youth Criminal Justice Act if convicted, is facing four counts of murder, and seven for attempted murder. He will appear next on August 29.
The youth, who can’t be named due to the Youth Criminal Justice Act if convicted, is facing four counts of murder, and seven for attempted murder. He will appear next on August 29. Colton Swiderski/meadowlakeNOW Staff

Court case for accused La Loche shooter adjourned

By Colton Swiderski
July 19, 2016 - 6:00am

In his sixth court appearance since the January shootings in La Loche, the accused shooter had his matters adjourned until August during his latest appearance today.

The kitten, nicknamed Jamboree, is expected to make a full recovery.
The kitten, nicknamed Jamboree, is expected to make a full recovery. submitted photo/Craven County Jamboree

Charges laid after kitten allegedly lit on fire at Craven music festival

By CKOM News Staff
July 18, 2016 - 2:03pm

Charges have been laid in a case of animal abuse that sparked outrage online over the weekend.

On Saturday, a vet clinic in Lumsden, Sask. posted on Facebook that RCMP hadbrought in an injured kittenfound in a campground at Craven Country Jamboree.

Six-week-old Nikosis Jace Cantre died after being taken to hospital with injuries on July 3, 2016.
Six-week-old Nikosis Jace Cantre died after being taken to hospital with injuries on July 3, 2016. submitted photo

If convicted, Crown to seek adult sentence for teen accused in death of infant

By CKOM News Staff
July 18, 2016 - 12:48pm

A family’s journey for justice now has a starting point.

On Monday, friends and relatives of slain six-week-old Nikosis Jace Cantre learned the Crown will seek an adult sentence if the teen is convicted of causing the infant's death.

The evacuees from Red Earth First Nation were taken to Saskatoon, and housed at the Hank Reys Soccer Centre July 15, 2016.
The evacuees from Red Earth First Nation were taken to Saskatoon, and housed at the Hank Reys Soccer Centre July 15, 2016. Bryn Levy/CKOM News Staff

Red Earth evacuees heading home Monday

By CKOM News Staff
July 17, 2016 - 4:01pm

Hundreds of Red Earth First Nation residents will be allowed to go home as soon as Monday, July 18.
 
Community leaders have decided to start the repatriation process with the help of Emergency management and emergency social services.
 

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