Monday October 20, 2014

  • Pelly school slated for review

    Fort Livingstone School in Pelly could be shut down as early as next September.

  • Local News

    Legacy of worship

    Legacy of worship

    A new book highlights places of worship in Saskatchewan, including several in the local area.

  • Terriers drop SJHL pair to Mills

    The opening volleys of this Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League season’s Highway 10 battle went to Melville on the weekend.

  • Kaleidoscope

    Remembering Bruno

    Remembering Bruno

    This was a very personal piece for me, made even more personal by the response I have received from so many people in the Yorkton-Kamsack area, and those from across the country who are from that part of Saskatchewan. So many people remember Bruno. It’s amazing.
    — Russell Thomas

Top Headlines

Province leads in job creation

Saskatchewan is leading the nation in job creation with the fastest rate of employment growth and...

Victims compensation

The Government of Saskatchewan is enhancing the Victims Compensation Program to better respond to...

A tribute

I never saw the field of wheatFrom which the flour cameI did not watch the farmer reap,Nor do I...

Flu clinics scheduled

Influenza immunization clinics begin in Sunrise Health Region on October 14, 2014. This week a...

Bus tour about ‘fairness’

The Fairness Express bus made a stop in Yorkton Thursday.

Diabetes campaign about to begin

The Canadian Diabetes Association will be holding its annual residential campaign from Oct. 15 to...

Canada wins a round in ongoing trade battle with U.S. over meat-labelling laws

Canada has won a battle in an ongoing trade dispute with the United States over meat-labelling laws ...

Canada won't send medical staff to West Africa without evacuation plan: Ambrose

OTTAWA - Canada will not send any doctors or nurses to West Africa to help contain the deadly Ebola ...

Fewer Arctic warships, leased tankers a sign of more modest shipbuilding plan

OTTAWA - The Harper government is trimming its expected order of Arctic patrol ships and evaluating ...

Kids who drink non-cow's milk twice as likely to have low vitamin D, study finds

TORONTO - Children who drink non-dairy milk products such as rice, almond or soy milk may have...

Canada keeps Aaa rating, but at risk from household debt, house prices: Moody's

OTTAWA - Canada is maintaining its triple-A credit rating thanks to a steady economic outlook, but...

Driver uses car to mow down two members of the Canadian Forces in Quebec

SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, Que. - Quebec provincial police say two pedestrians who were struck...


Recent News

Char-cross cattle

As part of the pre-sort feeder sale at Heartland Livestock in Yorkton last week were...

Livestock rearing and cheap food at disconnect

How farmers care for their livestock has become one of the big consumer questions....

Maulers lose third straight game

A three goal first period by the visiting Tisdale Trojans took the wind out of the...

New facilities being built at Century Field

Yorkton’s Century Field area, revamped in the late 90’s in preparation for...

Piano duo set to perform in Yorkton

The Yorkton Arts Council is thrilled to bring you the next sparkling “Stars For...

Safety tips for Halloween

Not only is Halloween a time for scary costumes; scary situations such as choking and...

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