Wednesday April 23, 2014

  • Terriers repeat as SJHL champs

    As the cliche goes, the brooms were out in Melville last week as the Yorkton Terriers won Game 4 of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League finals, to sweep the Mills from the playoff picture.

  • Court House undergoes rehab

    Yorkton's Court of Queen's Bench is undergoing a $900,000 rehabilitation.

  • Terriers lone returnee at WCC

    The Yorkton Terriers are the only team returning from year one of the Western Canada Cup.

  • YRHS sweeps top prizes in drama contest

    All great dynasties come to an end. That was the case at this year's Saskatchewan Drama Association Region IV Drama Festival as Sacred Heart High School's 12-year domination of the competition came to an end.

Top Headlines

Next drainage plan funded

The City of Yorkton is about to embark another phase of its water drainage plan.


In the front page story two weeks ago about Garry Breitkreuz retiring from politics...

Career options explored

Dreambuilders Learning Centre held its Sixth Annual Career Fair 'Working Together' last week in...

Exhibition touts Canadian Honour System

Governor General is perhaps the least understood government role in Canada.

Early St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church

Another impressive view of St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church under construction, and a very good ...

Zoning amendment made

A cabinet manufacturer in the city is a step closer to a new home after the April 14 meeting of...

Couillard becomes Quebec premier and warns of tough economic decisions

QUEBEC - Philippe Couillard was sworn in as Quebec premier on Wednesday and immediately warned that ...

Opposition parties demand more details on CF-18 deployment to eastern Europe

OTTAWA - Federal opposition parties are demanding to know where the country's CF-18s are headed in...

McDonald's restaurants put foreign worker program on hold, conducts audit

VICTORIA - McDonald's Canada says temporary foreign workers are a necessary part of the fast-food...

Calgary stabbing victim's keen fashion sense shines through at his funeral

CALGARY - Even in death, stabbing victim Lawrence Hong's keen sense of fashion shone through.

Judge strikes down Alberta law regarding sex switch on birth certificates

EDMONTON - A judge has ruled that an Alberta law dealing with birth certificates violates the...

Feds vow 'ambitious' phase-out of unsafe rail tank cars amid industry questions

OTTAWA - The federal government announced an aggressive some say unrealistic plan Wednesday to...


Recent News

Farmers need to look at options

The idea of diversification in cropping for Canadian Prairie farmers is not a new one,...

4-H Beef Club members attend local feed lot

The Springside 4-H Beef Club members have had a very busy year thus far participating...

Cinderella Coquitlam roll through BCHL playoffs

Al Michaels’ famous call “Do you believe in miracles?” may be tied to ...

Yorkton Aquabatix swimmers do well at Provincials

Yorkton Aquabatix Synchronized Swimming Club recently competed at the Provincial...

Six piece family band set to perform

It’s the last concert of the 2013-2014  Yorkton Arts Council’s...

Local club hosts provincial speaking event

4-H Public Speaking is an annual event that all 4-H members must complete to be...

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