Saturday September 20, 2014




  • Chamber honours Malinowski

    Ray Malinowski has become the 14th individual to be bestowed a lifetime membership by the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce.

  • Shotgun shell loading as a hobby

    Elgin Strocen has been shooting a shotgun for decades, both as a recreational skeet shooter, and hunting both waterfowl and upland game birds.

  • Atom Gridders tame Lions, Peewees broken by 'Stangs

    Yorkton Minor Football’s Atom Gridders showed why they are a dominant force in the Regina Minor Football League atom division on Saturday, stomping a mud hole in the Regina Lions and walking it dry in the form of a 42-6 victory.

  • Find the Fallen release debut

    “We really give a dynamic show because we rock out, we have fun with dance/pop songs and we give praise and glory to God through our worship songs.”
    — Jon Tieszen

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