Sarah Komadina is excited to be reporting in her home province at Global Lethbridge.
She first discovered her love of storytelling when she began her internship at her hometown radio station in Wainwright, Alberta.
After receiving her broadcasting diploma at NAIT, she began her career at CFTK-TV in Smithers, B.C. as a video journalist.
From there, she landed another VJ gig in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, where she really honed her skills.
Covering wildfires burning hundreds of thousands of hectares in Northern Saskatchewan was a career highlight.
Sarah also loves telling feature stories highlighting people who are doing amazing things. She’s especially proud of a story she did about a young man with Down syndrome looking for work. Weeks later he was offered two jobs.
Sarah is very excited to be able to explore and tell stories in Lethbridge and the surrounding area.
When she is not reporting, you’ll find her ripping up the track, playing roller derby as “Funky Komadina.”
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It’s a never-ending task, but Kamao Cappo hopes to lead by example and see more hands picking up garbage. Continue reading →
Police are still investigating after a man was sent to Pasqua Hospital with a bullet wound. Continue reading →
15 graves were vandalized Easter Weekend at the Lebret Cemetery. Headstones were pushed down, smashing on impact. Continue reading →
It’s known as the friendly city, but Moose Jaw residents are in shock after a man stood on Main St. over the weekend, and pointed what appeared to be a hand-gun at civilians and police. Continue reading →
A 2o-year-old man will appear in court Monday to face charges, months after a car with a child in it was stolen. Continue reading →
There were tense moments in downtown Moose Jaw, on Easter Sunday, as a man was in an armed standoff with Moose Jaw police. Continue reading →
When police arrived to a home on the 1000-block of Argyle St., they saw a bullet hole in a window of the residence. Continue reading →
The World-Class Player Cup finals are bringing together world-class soccer players and fans this weekend in Regina. Davidson Fadare is playing for Under-17 Team Nigeria at the annual WCP finals — he’s thrilled to get the chance to play the game he loves and celebrate his heritage. “I think it’s important to have this event… Continue reading →
This year for the Soul Harbour Rescue Mission Easter lunch, over 600 meals were prepared, serving up ham, scalloped potatoes, corn, cabbage rolls and cake. Continue reading →
Regina Police used a Taser on a 29-year-old man at 3:17 p.m. on Thursday. It happened in the 600-block of Wascana Street, when police were dispatched to a domestic-related call. Continue reading →
Almost immediately after the accident happened, people too to Facebook and Twitter to post comments on what they thought happened. Continue reading →
There are more than 65-hundred volunteer firefighters in Saskatchewan who fight more than 90 per cent of all fires in the province. Continue reading →
“Beep Beep I’m a Sheep” is the first video Todd Bryanton has posted to go viral this big and this quick. Continue reading →
The demand for urban gardening plots throughout the city is currently so high that there just isn’t enough garden space to meet it. Continue reading →