Regina Leader-Post reporters take a look back on the stories that affected us the most in 2016.
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Former Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive tackle Tearrius George pleaded guilty to an assault on his partner in Regina Domestic Violence Court Thursday.
On April 28, police went to the 5600 block of Gordon Road soon after 2 p.m. 307 more words
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have lost another player to an off-season retirement.
International wide receiver Jeremy Kelley has informed the Riders that he won’t be able to attend training camp due to an undisclosed medical issue. 424 more words
Shawn Lemon and Justin Capicciotti trust the Saskatchewan Roughriders to make the right moves in filling the hole left by the sudden retirement of Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive tackle Tearrius George. 264 more words
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are moving forward after the unexpected retirements of three CFL veterans.
Veteran defensive tackle Tearrius George retired on Tuesday after being charged with a domestic-related assault. 366 more words
Tearrius George was a member of a turnstile-laden Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive front during the team’s turbulent 2015 season.
The veteran tackle erupted for one sack in 17 regular-season games with a Roughriders squad that posted a CFL-worst 3-15 record. 731 more words
Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive tackle Tearrius George abruptly retired Tuesday after being charged with assault.
The eight-year CFL veteran was charged after what the Regina Police Service called a “domestic-related incident” that occurred Thursday. 1,177 more words