Tuesday April 15, 2014

  • 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.

  • Breitkreuz won’t run again

    “For the past 20 years, I have had the sincere honour and privilege of representing the constituents of Yorkton-Melville, in east central Saskatchewan.”
    —MP Garry Breitkreuz

  • Hooray for Bollywood

    Bollywood. In North America, it has become almost synonomous with Indian culture, but it is actually only a small segment of the Indian film industry.

Top Headlines

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...

Dutch seek info on Yorkton dead soldier

The Dutch have a thing for Canada.

New group formed

Professional accountants in Saskatchewan will soon be represented by a new self-regulating body...

Son of senior police officer charged in Calgary's worst mass murder

CALGARY - Calgary police say the son of one of their own is a suspect in the worst mass murder in...

Deputy minister dresses down Russian ambassador over Ukraine: source

OTTAWA - The Harper government has once again dressed down the Russian ambassador to Canada over...

Critics say Ottawa missing critical opportunity to bolster apprenticeships

OTTAWA - Stakeholders are disappointed that the Conservative government has declared its massive...

Police say no criminal charges for Nigel Wright; Harper likely breathing easier

OTTAWA - Stephen Harper was likely breathing a little easier Tuesday after RCMP investigators...

CSA head says business as usual on space station, despite sanctions against Russia

MONTREAL - The head of the Canadian Space Agency says sanctions taken against Russia for its...

Over a thousand line up to pay respects to ex-finance minister Jim Flaherty

WHITBY, Ont. - More than a thousand dignitaries and citizens lined up Tuesday to pay respects to...


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City Badminton playoff results

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Street hockey tourney set

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Learning Ukrainian

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Birds returning

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