Several crews spent Tuesday morning on the southern edge of Regina, slowly treking through water on quads while using a reverse vacuum-type device to spit a corn meal and bacteria mixture.
It's called VectoBac and they're treating bodies of water to kill mosquito larvae.
Drivers in Regina and Saskatoon are facing yet another jump in prices at the pump.
On Tuesday morning, the price of gas at the majority of stations in the Queen City rose to 101.9 cents per litre from 92.9 cents per litre.
Meanwhile, prices in Saskatoon saw a similar jump. A number of stations were reported to be 101.9 cents per litre, up from 93.9 cents per litre.
Seventy years ago, John Sheppard pulled heavy artillery through muddy fields in Holland when the Canadians liberated the Dutch from German occupation.
This week he is touring some of the same cities and towns on an anniversary tour.
The Sask 1st Call Safety Patrols are now out in the Saskatchewan communities of Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Weyburn, Estevan, Yorkton, Melville, Swift Current, Rosetown and Kindersley.
The safety patrols will visit neighbourhoods in those communities for the next six months checking to make sure contractors and homeowners are digging safely.
Around 100 students gathered in the Bowl at the University of Saskatchewan Monday morning to celebrate Music Monday with a taste of Star Wars.
The performance by the students from Grade 6 to 8 from Brunskill School joined festivities taking part across Canada for Music Monday, a day of celebration of music held annually on the first Monday in May.
Since the event overlapped with Star Wars Day - May the 4th - the band opened the concert with the Star Wars theme.
After months of dealing with snow, ice, then potholes, Regina drivers can now get ready for traffic delays with the city officially launching construction season.
Mayor Michael Fougere announced that the city will spend a record $21.7 million on 66 different road renewal projects this season.
Regina's first inter-generational facility is all about the idea that seniors are happier around children and children can learn from them.
Two people are dead after an accident on Highway 18 near Estevan on Sunday morning.
RCMP were called to a two-vehicle collision about 15 kilometres west of Estevan at about 9:15 a.m.
A vehicle heading east veered into the westbound lane, striking a semi traveling west. The semi was hauling a Super-B trailer loaded with fertilizer.
The vehicle caught fire on impact and was burned beyond recognition.
The two people in the vehicle were pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the semi suffered only minor injuries.
About 250 snakes slithered their way to freedom northwest of Regina on Saturday afternoon.
It's a sure sign summer is just around the corner.