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Helping earth

1) Smart Shopping "Buy what you need, not what you want" Consider renting and borrowing things that areseldom needed Buy used items from garage sales and second-hand stores 2) Simple Savers Replace incandescent light bulbs with compactfluorescent bul
The wonder of Greece; a student's perspective

The wonder of Greece; a student's perspective

As the plane took off for the last time and after being awake for 35 hours, we were on the last leg of our journey. We were going home. It was one roller coaster of a trip as we visited many places and saw many important and iconic pieces of history.

Found body identified in Yorkton

A body found at a local business in Yorkton on Friday, April 9th has been identified by the municipal RCMP as Kevin Demontigny. The sudden death of Demontigny, 21 years old, was discovered by employees of an unnamed business at around 10:45 a.m.

Province funding wind energy demos

The Government of Saskatchewan is providing Go Green funding for a multi-year agreement with the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) to develop and demonstrate new wind energy storage technology.

SGI discount for non drivers

SGI encourages vehicle owners who are permanently unable to drive for medical reasons to apply for a non-driver medical discount.
Birthday celebration held

Birthday celebration held

John and Judy Talbot were able to attend Easter Mass at our Lady of Victories Church with family Ed and Jeannette Boyechko, Curtis Boyechko of Vancouver B.C. and Donna Schwithzer of Roblin MB. The Pastor was Father Albert Schmitz.
Wildflowers offer garden option

Wildflowers offer garden option

House party tour may be stopping in city

A group promoting folk music in Canada is looking to team with 5th Ave Cup & Saucer to bring a series of concerts to Yorkton starting this fall.

Cars sales good in Sask.

Two reports released on new motor vehicle sales and manufacturing shipments contain positive news about the Saskatchewan economy. New motor vehicle sales for February 2010 are up by 33.

RCMP begin focus on bush parties

Minors traveling to bush parties with alcohol in their possession will be caught and ticketed, due to a community project started by a new RCMP officer at Yorkton's rural detachment.
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