Wednesday April 23, 2014




  • Contractor charged with arson attempt

    A 54-year-old Peace River, Alberta man is facing attempted arson charges in Yorkton.

  • Spring Expo attracts many

    Yorkton's 2014 Spring Expo was held April 11-13 at the Gallagher Centre.

  • O.T. heroics give Terriers 2-0 lead over Mils

    The Yorkton Terriers seem to like overtime, having won their last four playoff games in extra time, including the opening two games in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League final.

  • Show sets woman against unusual landscapes

    A traveling exhibition is now hanging in the pARTners Art Gallery in the Yorkton Public Library.

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Woman’s body found in Hwy 16 ditch s

Police are currently investigating the death of a 23-year-old woman whose body was found in a ditch ...

City seeks to attract workers from Toronto

The City of Yorkton’s Economic Development Committee spear-headed a recent trip to Toronto to ...

St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church celebrating 100 years

On January 3, 1904, Father Achilles Delaere, along with other Roman Catholic Belgian Redemptorists, ...

Landowners brace for ATV onslaught

As the snow melts all-terrain vehicle enthusiasts, dirt bikers and off-roaders feel the urge to get ...

Local volunteer honoured in Leg.

Donna Moore has been getting a lot of attention lately.

Day of Pink raises bullying awareness

Yorkton Regional High School celebrated the “Day of Pink” April 9 with a screening of...

Couillard officially becomes Quebec premier and names his cabinet

QUEBEC - Philippe Couillard has officially become Quebec premier after being sworn in at a ceremony ...

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

VICTORIA - McDonald's Canada is putting its temporary foreign workers program on hold while a third ...

1,000 and counting; U of C students defer final exams in wake of mass murder

CALGARY - One thousand students have elected to defer their final exams at the University of...

Manitoba latest province to sign onto federal government jobs program

WINNIPEG - Manitoba became the latest province to sign on to the federal government's Canada Job...

Ottawa phases out unsafe rail tank cars, pulls 5,000 cars immediately: Raitt

OTTAWA - The federal government is ordering the 5,000 most dangerous tank cars off the rails as it...

In Kitimat, no means no to Enbridge, but other options still on the table

KITIMAT, B.C. - Councillors in Kitimat, B.C., have voted to officially oppose the Enbridge...


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