Evan Radford

Evan Radford is a Local Journalism Initiative Reporter at the Regina Leader-Post.

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'This is not the news that our fans want to hear': COVID-19 cancels Country Thunder, again

Country Thunder organizers announced Tuesday afternoon they're cancelling this year's country music show.

Residents of storm-battered Sask. towns show resilience

Almost a week after a blizzard plowed through the province with tornado-like winds, some communities in the south are wrestling with its aftermath just as more wind, rain and snow loom in the forecast.

Patent index documents history of iconic Saskatchewan inventions

A research project from the Western Development Museum documents part of the province’s history with patents and their inventors’ gadgets.

Pasqua First Nation subdues quick-moving grass fire

Fire crews at the Pasqua First Nation were breathing a sigh of relief, along with some lingering smoke, after a grass fire burned through the community's south side on Thursday afternoon.

Testing the waters: Do Regina's asbestos-cement water mains pose a risk?

Snaking beneath Regina's streets are 600 kilometres of water mains built with asbestos-cement. That's about 60 per cent of some 1,000 kilometres of the mains that deliver water to homes around the city.

History favours struggling Riders over surging Bombers for Labour Day Classic

Sunday's football game will be the 53rd time the Riders have hosted the Bombers for the September long weekend. Saskatchewan has won all but three of the last 16 Labour Day classics.

Saskatchewan's construction industry hits an economic downturn

A little more than a year ago, oil prices were peaking, the housing market was booming and it was nearly impossible to find an electrician or carpenter to do work on new renovations. Now, that's all changed.

Saskatchewan Rush break open tight game to win top spot in NLL West

After trading blows back and forth with the Colorado Mammoth through two quarters, the Saskatchewan Rush broke the game open in the third quarter with five unanswered goals.

Saskatoon Blades pitch outdoor rink to city for Canada's 150th birthday

Saskatoon Blades pitch outdoor rink to city for Canada's 150th birthday.

Rescue, recovery, release of bald eagle leaves rescuer feeling 'honoured'

It was an experience that Mark Dallyn will probably never have again, and that's exactly how he wants it. He released a bald eagle back into the wild after helping it recover from poison.