Wednesday August 20, 2014




  • Pritchard chasing his hockey dream

    A member of the Yorkton Terriers Royal Bank Cup winning staff has moved on.

  • Cyclist slams state of Trans Canada Trail

    The story of Elizabeth Sovis involves the worst kind of irony imaginable. Sovis was an avid supporter of the Trans Canada Trail. She planned to spend her retirement promoting the completion of the 24,000-kilometre, coast to coast to coast recreational pathway for non-motorized travel.

  • Yankees pushed to the brink of elimination

    The Yorkton Yankees hosted the Willowbrook Royals for a pivotal Game Three last Tuesday, August 5 at Jubilee Park in Yorkton.

  • City of Yorkton in bloom

    City of Yorkton crews have done a fine job planting and maintaining flower beds and pots throughout the downtown core.

Top Headlines

Farm family avoids OHS sanctions

The Province will not proceed to prevent a Preeceville ranching couple from having their children...

Watch for canola disease

Yield-robbing levels of disease will be easy to spot in canola fields now and through to harvest....

The Rascals

This picture of our Métis School band was taken against the north wall of Allary School at the...

Summer film series ends tonight

The Yorkton Film Festival’s (YFF) summer Films Under the Arch series wraps up tonight with...

Immigrant awards launched

In recent years, Yorkton has seen a wave of international immigration unprecedented since the early ...

New Horizons host summer picnic

Wes Shupena, Nettie Bodnaruk, Sam and Alice Oystryk are a few of Bentley Retirement Community...

Prime Minister Stephen Harper embarks on annual tour of the North

OTTAWA - Stephen Harper is set to embark on his annual trek to the North, his ninth time doing so...

Mulcair maligns Conservatives for proposed cuts to health care, marijuana stance

OTTAWA - NDP leader Thomas Mulcair is chastising the Conservatives on health care while accusing...

Missing Ontario sports editor's car found abandoned in field, search continues

BROCKVILLE, Ont. - Police have found the car belonging to a missing Ontario journalist but continue ...

Death of aboriginal girl, 15, dumped in Red River renews calls for inquiry

WINNIPEG - The death of a 15-year-old aboriginal girl found wrapped in a bag and dumped in the Red...

Trudeau praises Alberta's 'entrepreneurial spirit' during rally in Edmonton

EDMONTON - Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau paid tribute to what he called Alberta's...

More lenient marijuana laws still on the table, justice minister says

VANCOUVER - The federal government is still assessing whether to allow police to ticket people...


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International strife impacts ag

The continuing tension between Russia and Ukraine is concerning since it appears a...


Grain grading changes take effect

The Canadian Grain Commission reminds the grain industry and producers about grain...


Deer Park hosts 83 golfers for Ladies Open

The weather could not have been more beautiful for the annual Sherring Gold Ladies Open ...


United FC U14 wrap up season with loss

It’s been a road filled with bumps and bruises for the Yorkton United U14...


Get outdoors and play a game

While this space normally highlights a board or card game to get people face-to-face...


Provincial cellular service anniversary

SaskTel announced that August 8th, 2014 marked the 25th anniversary of the launch of...






Quick Vote

  • Should farming be exempt from OHS regulations regarding children working?
  • Yes
  • 53%
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  • 47%
  • Total Votes: 60


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