Friday April 25, 2014




Opinion

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EDITORIAL - Street replacement plan a must

A lot of attention has been focused on Yorkton’s plan to redo Broadway Street, a project which is likely to eclipse $40 million, depending on the state of water lines, sewer lines and storm water pipes buried beneath the aged asphalt.

Columnists

The art of flies recognized on stamps

Welcome to Week CI of 'Fishing Parkland Shorelines'. Like most of us I am a novice fisherman,...

Lunar eclipse and the pursuit of better answers

Lunar eclipses are not exactly rare occurrences. In fact, in any given year, there will be between...

Support for Terriers reaches fever pitch

The Yorkton Terriers are SJHL champions for the second year in a row and for a period of a little...

Compost talk planned

Remember, gardeners, that the next meeting of the Yorkton and District Horticultural Society will...

There’s a new sign on Highway 10

Under the circumstances. Ever camped there, feeling flatter than grass under snow? At times like...

All eyes on basketball this spring

View from the Cheap Seats is kind of an extension of the newsroom. Whenever our three regular...

From the ‘oh, how times have changed’ file

Whilst surfing the Internet (do people still surf the Internet?) last week, I came across an...

Is it time for a real war on cars?

In railing against everything from bike lanes to transit spending, pundits and politicians often...

A look behind Canadian fly stamp designs

Welcome to Week C of 'Fishing Parkland Shorelines'. Like most of us I am a novice fisherman, loving ...

Gun (out of) control

Oversight of government should be the purview of independent institutions as we have seen most...

Why we must preserve public broadcasting

CBC is being cut again. This time it is 657 positions over two years to deal with a $130 million...

QC votes for Canada

View from the Cheap Seats is kind of an extension of the newsroom. Whenever our three regular...


Letters

Letter to the Editor - Columnist needs firearm education

Dear Editor: I am writing in regards to an article posted by one of your reporters in regards to...

Letter to the Editor - Firearm opinion lacks research

Dear Editor:I recently came across a column in your publication by Thom Barker entitled “Guns ...

Letter to the Editor - Driver brings economy with him

Dear Editor:I am putting pen to paper in an effort to inform residents of Saskatchewan and...

Letter to the Editor - Horse choice unfair

Dear Editor:I am writing this letter as a concerned harness racing driver here in Saskatchewan. The ...

Letter to the Editor - Race cuts wrong

Dear Editor:As a participant of standardbred racing I find it appalling the unjust treatment of the ...

Letter to the Editor - Volunteers recognized

Dear Editor:Throughout Canada and the USA, National Volunteer Week (April 6th to 12th this year) is ...

Letter to the Editor - Saying thanks for blood

Dear Editor:During National Volunteer Week (April 6-12), Canadian Blood Services thanks ...

Letter to the Editor - Grant appreciated

Dear Editor:The Board of New Horizon’s Senior Citizens of Yorkton Inc. wish to express our...

Letter to the Editor - Live show truly amazes

Dear Editor:His Promise the musical performed in Yorkton was a truly amazing live show especially...

Letter to the Editor - Can fossil fuels be part of a green solution?

Dear Editor:Western farmers are concerned that rail cars are being co-opted to move oil, rather...

Letter to the Editor - Increased rail rates not helping system

Dear Editor:Politicians, some producers and farm leaders have very short memories. The last time...

Letter to the Editor - Rail service lacking for grain

Dear Editor:In response to call from the previously farmer controlled CWB for rail service review...





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