Monday November 24, 2014

  • Machushek innocent of trafficking

    Twenty months after he was arrested in March 2013, Jeremy Machushek has been acquitted of cocaine trafficking and possession of the proceeds of crime charges.

  • Celebrating Cultures

    Sacred Heart High School transformed into countries of different cultures on Sunday, as the Yorkton Festival of Cultures was in full swing.

  • Maulers split weekend pair with Mintos

    The Yorkton RawTec Maulers welcomed the defending National champion Prince Albert Mintos to town for a pair of SMAAAHL games this past Saturday and Sunday at the Farrell Agencies Arena.

  • Remembrance Day Service 2014

    Tuesday, Nov. 11th marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.

Top Headlines

Charges laid in Yorkton cold case

Yorkton RCMP has closed a three-year-old cold case.

The Legion wants, and needs, you

The local branch of the Royal Canadian Legion is on a mission to increase its membership and...

Organ donation legislation

New legislation governing organ and tissue donations will equip Saskatchewan to respond more...

Commemorating World War I

Yorkton citizens readied themselves to support the war effort, and braced themselves for the harsh...

Changes coming to recycling system

How recycling is both handled and funded in Saskatchewan will both be changing.

Water trunk line tender approved

Construction of a Water Trunk Main within York Colony will move ahead after Yorkton Council...

Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Calgary Stampeders set to meet at Grey Cup in Vancouver

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are heading back to the Grey Cup for a second straight year.

NDP accused of trying to stifle conflicts as two more staffers come forward

OTTAWA - Two more former NDP staffers who say they were unfairly dismissed have accused the party...

Additional $200M announced for military mental health programs over 6 years

HALIFAX - The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health ...

$1.1 billion in lapsed funding for veterans 'not lost money': Fantino

HALIFAX - Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino said Sunday the department's $1.1 billion...

Manitoba erects road signs even when work isn't being done

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government has a policy that allows signs touting its economic agenda to be ...

CFB Petawawa soldier working on Coyote patrol vehicle at time of deadly incident

CFB PETAWAWA, Ont. - The military says a Canadian soldier who died at CFB Petawawa in eastern...


Recent News

Food initiative

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) held its annual ‘Drive Hunger Away’ initiative to...

Transportation chestnuts: Part II

So last week I started what became a two-part column around how stuck in old ideas the...

Barker rink wins Yorkton bonspiel

The Penny Barker foursome out of the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Club took home first place...

Varjassy shines at home tournament

Yorkton’s Shane Varjassy, an 18-year-old second Dan black belt at Kee’s...

Remembrance Day reflections …Readings from the service

On this day we remember as a nation. We remember the sacrifice that millions made in...

Camera shoes don’t fit

Police in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture raided a shoe manufacturer in July and...

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