Wednesday September 17, 2014




  • Council approves 6% tax hike

    The City of Yorkton’s Operating and Capital Budgets were both passed at the regular meeting of Yorkton Council Monday.

  • Quilting elevated to fine art

    A new exhibit at the pARTners Gallery in the Yorkton Public Library is a great demonstration of craft taken to a new level. The quilts will be on display until the end of September.

  • Estevan the victim in Raiders’ statement win

    The YRHS Raiders senior football team looked to serve notice to the rest of the Moose Jaw High School Football League (MJHSFL) teams as they kicked off their 2014 regular season on Saturday at home against the Estevan Elecs on Saturday afternoon at Yorkton’s Century Field.

  • Grandchild inspires clothing business

    Becoming a grandparent can be a life changing experience, just ask anyone who has experienced it.

Top Headlines

Province responds to child advocate

The Ministry of Social Services (MSS) and Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services (YTCCFS) ...

Lawyer granted in animal abuse case

A Yorkton judge has granted a court-appointed lawyer to a 71-year-old Manitoba man facing animal...

Terriers not going after WCC

The Yorkton Terriers will not be making a bid to host the Western Canada Cup (WCC) in 2016.

Days of Passionate Politics!

Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier visits Yorkton.

Manor one step closer

A plan by the Yorkton Housing Corporation which would see a new housing development; Fromm Manor...

Drainage plan for west side

The Yorkton West Drainage City Wide Stormwater Model Report was presented to the regular meeting of ...

Canada to send personal protective equipment to help West African Ebola outbreak

TORONTO - Canada is donating $2.5 million worth of the specialized medical gear used to protect...

Jury selection set to begin Tuesday in Magnotta murder trial

MONTREAL - Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday in the first-degree murder trial of Luka Rocco...

Alberta has 18 cases of respiratory virus similar to outbreak in U.S.

EDMONTON - Alberta's medical officer of health says a recent spike in the number of children with...

Saskatoon woman, 65, faces death if deported to native Pakistan: lawyer

WINNIPEG - A woman who fled to Canada from Pakistan and who may be stoned to death upon her...

Premier Jim Prentice shrinks Alberta cabinet, appoints two outsiders

EDMONTON - Jim Prentice, sworn in Monday as Alberta's 16th premier, promised to remake the face of...

Trudeau proposes EI premium holiday for businesses that hire new workers

OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau says employers who hire additional workers should get a two-year holiday...


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