TWO of Loxton’s youngest SES recruits have taken out the top honour at this year’s SA State Emergency Service (SASES) awards.
RAINFALL across the Riverland and Mallee has been a continued source of optimism for dryland farmers, however, more will be needed to see crops through the growing season.
THE community’s safety concerns over the Gratwick Road and Dorsch Avenue intersection have been heard by the District Council of Loxton Waikerie, which has moved to extend the road’s 60km/h zone.
A LOXTON farmer says the current mood amongst dryland farmers in the region is more positive than last year.
ABOVE average rainfall for the first half of 2020, plus increasing Murray-Darling storages, are buoying the confidence levels of Riverland and Mallee primary producers.
NEW Loxton parents Aaron and Stephanie Thompson are grappling with a version of parenthood that looks nothing like the one they had planned, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LOXTON Primary School has welcomed its first school motto after months of deliberation.
THE Riverland community has bid farewell to State Emergency Service (SES) search and rescue dog Jagger, who after six years of service has retired.