Lipton gets souped up highway

LIPTON, Sask. — Work has begun on a 9.2 kilometre stretch of Hwy. 35 between Lipton and the junction of Hwy. 35 and Hwy. 16.

About $750,000 will be sunk into the stretch of road, which is in desperate need of repairs.

“It’s important to keep our rural highways in good condition,” says Highways and Transportation Minister Pat Atkinson. “By repairing several sections, we will be able to effectively fix those highways most in need.”

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