Friday October 24, 2014

  • Tribunal considers fire wages

    The size of a wage increase for Yorkton’s firefighters is now in the hands of an arbitration board.

  • Sunrise launches vaccination campaign

    Everyone should get immunized, of course, and the good thing is this vaccine is free of charge for everybody with a
    Saskatchewan residence.
    — Dr. Mandiangu Nsungu
    Medical Health Officer

  • Kaleidoscope

    Piles of smiles

    Piles of smiles

    Even with the crisp change of temperature as the season turns to fall, residents happily undertake the task of leaf cleanup and hallowe’en decoration.

  • Kais enters record books as all-time rushing leader

    It was business as usual for Zach Kais on Tuesday, October 14 against Moose Jaw’s Central Cyclones in the final regular season game of his high school career.

Top Headlines

Five arrested for armed robbery

Four suspects are in custody and one has been released following an armed bank robbery in Elfros...

Water wagon

Featured here from the Rosenmeyer Fonds is a harvesting photo taken in 1916.

Minister kicks off Education Week

Education Minister Don Morgan was in Moose Jaw Monday, October 20 to kick off Education Week by...

Research farm reports to city council

The City of Yorkton had provided land to the Parkland College and East Central Research Foundation...

Planning District making new plan

The Yorkton Planning District Commission is going through a process to revitalize its efforts.

Anti-bullying Week set

Yorkton Council has declared Nov 16 to 22 in the city as Anti-Bullying Week.

Slain soldier riding Highway of Heroes on last trip to Hamilton hometown

Strains of "O Canada" mingled with traffic noise as thousands of people paid their respects to a...

Powder-filled envelope sends employee at Canada's consulate in Turkey to hospital

ISTANBUL - Canada's consulate in Istanbul was closed Friday after an employee opened a package...

Harper on hand for Redblacks pre-game tribute in Ottawa to two slain soldiers

OTTAWA - Stephen Harper sang "O Canada" with thousands of football fans tonight during a pre-game...

Omnibus budget bill restricts refugee access to social assistance

OTTAWA - Buried in the Harper government's latest massive, omnibus budget bill is legislation that...

As feds plan new anti-terror laws, some ask why current ones aren't being used

OTTAWA - The Conservative government is expected to give police and spies new tools to fight...

Bail hearing next month for man charged in Quebec's 2012 election shooting

MONTREAL - A bail hearing for the man charged in a fatal shooting at a Parti Quebecois victory...


Recent News

Season of the corn

Increasingly corn is being grown in the local area as a feed source for cattle. Here a...

Food Day about more than food

When you are in the journalism business it’s an unusual day when there are not a...

Defence key in Saints 21-9 victory

The Sacred Heart Saints’ defence has struggled mightily all season long,...

Dominant performances send Saints to Provincials

Both of Sacred Heart’s soccer teams, the highly talented boys’ club and the ...

Warm Hugs

Joey’s Children Apparel played host to the arrival of Elsa, Anna and Olaf from...

Road work underway

Motorists should expect to see construction crews out on Saskatchewan highways well...

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