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Darian Durant's status up in air

Darian Durant's status appears to be less clear than what we were told on Monday.

At the time, head coach Corey Chamblin was pretty confident that Durant would be playing Sunday in Montreal, after practice on Wednesday, Durant wasn't quite so confident.

"Right now it's about 50-50," said Durant. " Still some swelling there, still a lot of tenderness."

Chamblin also told reporters after practice that a decision will be made later in the week, or even at game time, on if Durant will start or not.

Retired Sask. RCMP officer charged with sexually assaulting kids

A retired RCMP officer from Saskatchewan has been charged with allegedly sexually assaulting kids.

CTV Calgary reports that 69-year-old Arnold Somers was arrested this week. He is charged with molesting three boys dating back to the mid-2000s.

A 17-year-old went to police last December to report that Somers had sexually assaulted him over the course of two years starting in 2007.

Train collides with semi near Estevan

Emergency services were on scene at a crash site after a semi collided with a train.

At approximately 3:20 p.m., RCMP in Estevan along with Estevan emergency services responded to the site approximately a kilometer south east of the city limits.

The 33-year-old truck driver suffered minor injuries and was later released by medical personnel at the scene.

Train collides with a semi near Estevan

A truck driver walked away from the scene of a frightening collision Tuesday afternoon.

The 33-year-old man was driving a semi truck hauling an empty, flat-bed trailer down a grid road just outside of Estevan.  Around 3:20 p.m., RCMP believe the truck's front end was on the railroad tracks when a train collided with the semi.  The force of the collision sent both the truck and trailer into the west ditch of the intersection.

Willy and O'Sullivan forming an unlikely bond

You could call them the Roughriders odd couple.

24-year-old Drew Willy and 33-year-old J.T. O'Sullivan, the back up quarterbacks for the Riders, might be nine years apart and have vastly different experience, but they've actually developed a good friendship since coming to Saskatchewan.

"We've become really good friends," said Willy. "We're roommates on the road, we talk a lot in the locker room."

Second largest hog producer in Canada files for bankruptcy

Saskatchewan-based Big Sky Farms is filing for bankruptcy. It's the second biggest hog producer in Canada.

Saskatchewan gains accreditation for lab testing increasingly hazardous diseases

If ever there was an outbreak of a serious infectious disease in Saskatchewan, we will now know a little faster with the opening of a level three containment laboratory at the Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory (SDCL).

At the introduction of the expansion, Minister of Health Dustin Duncan called the outbreak of disease a serious concern in this modern day.

Living with FAS in Saskatchewan

When Sandra and Mike Overs brought their two adopted kids home, they didn't know the kids had Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.

The family was living in Bonnyville, Alta., at the time. Ashley was four years old and her brother Patrick was five.

SaskTel criticized for privacy issues

SaskTel is facing criticism from Saskatchewan's privacy commissioner for collecting too much personal information by asking for health numbers and other personal information over the phone. 

The investigation started after a complaint from a man who called SaskTel about his phone bill. He was asked for his social insurance number or health card number. 

Saskatchewan's premier Brad Wall still most popular in Canada

Some premiers in Canada would likely love to have the approval rating Saskatchewan's Brad Wall has.

Another Angus Reid poll finds two-thirds of those polled in Saskatchewan in August approve of Brad Wall. He continues to rank number one in popularity in Canada among premiers.

That's a little less than in other polls done by the firm this year, but only by a few percentage points.

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