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Trade mission a success

Talks recently between the Government of Saskatchewan and the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) led to the initialling of a new Memorandum of Understanding on exploring opportunities for Chinese investment in Saskatchewan's oil, natural gas
#29 Third Avenue North - May 29, 1909

#29 Third Avenue North - May 29, 1909

While this building is most often referred to as a Post Office, it was in fact a Dominion Government building, housing on the first floor, the post office, and for a period of time the Dominion Lands Office, and the Customs Office.
Dog walk raises funds

Dog walk raises funds

The Bredenbury Lions Club hosted a Guide Dog Walk-a-thon on Sunday, May 16. There were 22 participants, and approximately $1600.00 was raised.

Drivers need to slow down for orange zone

Drivers are reminded to prepare for road safety throughout the construction season by always remembering to slow to 60 km/h when passing highway workers and equipment in the Orange Zone.

Always wear life jackets -no excuses

What's your excuse for not wearing a lifejacket? Canadian Red Cross has heard them all from "it's too nice out" to "I'm close to shore" and "I'm a good swimmer.
SADD group spreads message

SADD group spreads message

Students returning from from the SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving) conference on May 13th through 16th came home with a desire to see safer streets in Yorkton.

Festival underway

The 63rd annual Yorkton Film Festival begins this Thursday with two opening night screenings in the Parkland Room at the Painted Hand Casino. Ruststarts at 5:30pm followed by a welcome receptionat 7:00pm.
New website studies noodles

New website studies noodles

Computer hardware engineer Toshio Yamamoto, 49, this year celebrates 15 years' work tasting and cataloguing all the Japanese ramen (instant noodles) he can get his hands on (including the full ingredients list, texture, flavor, price and "star" ratin

Provincial laboratory now officially opened

Health Minister Don McMorris officially opened the province's new public health laboratory.

WMBL Cards release schedule

Long-time Yorkton Cardinals manager Bill Sobkow says things are in place for the 2010 Western Major Baseball League season which kicks off Sunday afternoon at Jubilee Park.
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