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.”
This is the 26th year for the festival. Over the next five days everything that makes Cathedral neighbourhood special will be showcased. Continue reading →
Moose Jaw Police have arrested a man after he allegedly crashed into two parked cars in Moose Jaw. Continue reading →
Ken Manitopyes used to avoid the hospital, only showing up when his symptoms were really bad, until he was told about “Connecting to Care.” Continue reading →
The Saskatchewan Highland Gathering and Celtic Festival is a two-day event that brings a little bit of Scotland to Regina’s Victoria Park. Continue reading →
A fatal crash occurred about 4.5 kilometres west of Parkbeg, Sask., in the eastbound lane. Continue reading →
Early Saturday morning, police were called to a scene where a man was injured behind Red Lobster on the 900-block of Albert Street at 2:23 a.m. Continue reading →
Latest to join the fray, the Wascana Parkway overpass. Before that Ring Road overpass at Victoria Avenue caught everyone’s attention with the warning there will be six months of hurry up to go slow. Continue reading →
It’s a waiting game now, as the judge weighs in on arguments made at Court of Queen’s Bench Thursday, over pending Saskatchewan Transportation Corporation (STC) closures. Continue reading →
An online Facebook group called ‘Regina Public School Board, bring our buses back,’ is gaining traction as the end of the school year approaches. Continue reading →
About 70 people joined the Mother’s Day walk to honour missing and murdered indigenous women. Continue reading →
One woman was taken to hospital Saturday night after a fire started in an apartment building in downtown Regina. Continue reading →
Over 40 volunteers met at Victoria Park, where they were given work gloves, garbage bags and some other tools to help pick up litter and debris. Continue reading →
A gas leak in downtown Regina caused a heavy police and fire crew presence Friday morning. Continue reading →
The Justice Ministry released their interim Domestic Violence Review report, which studies 48 domestic homicides. Continue reading →
For the past year students and teachers at Balfour Collegiate have been working on art pieces to represent the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s 94 calls to action. Continue reading →