Thursday July 24, 2014




  • Clip, snip and making it hip

    “I wasn’t nervous because I had shaved myself. I’m not sure what the other guy was thinking.”
    — Craib-Petkau on his first shaving experience at school.

  • Cards battling Mils, Beavers for playoff spot

    With more sunshine the Yorkton Cardinals have been kept busy playing scheduled games and trying to make-up for numerous rain-outs earlier in the season.

  • Kaleidoscope

    Summer art

    Summer art

    Godfrey Dean Gallery in Yorkton hosted a week-long art camp for youth last week. The camp provided participants an opportunity to expand their artistic skills and have fun doing it.

  • RCMP seeking public assistance

    The RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in apprehending a 28-year-old fugitive.

Top Headlines

Trafficker receives sentence

A 32-year-old Regina man received a two-year conditional sentence in Yorkton court July 14 for...

House arrest for pot dealer

A 22-year-old Yorkton man will spend the next four months under house arrest after pleading guilty...

Saving books by sharing

The Yorkton Public Library has launched a new program designed to give older books a new home and...

Beware of PDAP funding limitations

As the recovery and clean up continues in the aftermath of the flood, please be aware that the...

Film fest announces summer series

The Yorkton Film Festival announced the line up its outdoor summer film series, dubbed Films Under...

North West Territories Assembly

They governed us before we became a Province in 1905.

Air Canada resumes flights to Tel Aviv cancelled after rocket strike

TORONTO - Air Canada is resuming flights to Tel Aviv after a two-day halt prompted by security...

Sweeping report released on Toronto police encounters with those in crisis

TORONTO - A report by a former Supreme Court of Canada justice into the use of lethal force by...

WestJet plane lands safely in Toronto after reporting engine trouble

TORONTO - Authorities say a WestJet plane landed safely at Toronto's Pearson Airport this morning...

Rescued false killer whale calf passes first hurdle in long-odds battle

VANCOUVER - A critically ill false killer whale calf rescued off a beach on the west coast of...

Cdn activists to lug jugs of water to Detroit in H2O march to help residents

WINDSOR, Ont. - Activists in Windsor, Ont., plan to lug 1,000 litres of water across the river to...

Arctic growth hot topic at Whistler, B.C., economic summit

WHISTLER, B.C. - The Arctic may be a hot commodity, with remarkable resource and tourism...


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Recent News

Mother Nature still controls crops

If there is one thing I can recall from my youth and that is the way Dad and Grandpa...


Warm weather helping hay crop

As of July 7, warm weather in much of the province has helped with crop development and ...


United Sonics U10 win RSA Cup

The Yorkton United Sonics U10 soccer team were dominant all season long in the Regina...


The Monster Truck Mafia have arrived

Bill Payne and the Monster Truck Mafia have made their way to Yorkton to continue their ...


Use caution when boating

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising the public that fast moving water, wind and ...


Be on the watch for invasive species

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment needs your help to prevent stowaways from...






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