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Vaccination roll-out transitioning to outreach Aug. 8

Vaccination roll-out transitioning to outreach Aug. 8

Since Friday, more than 14,000 COVID-19 vaccinations were delivered in the province.
Exploring Neudorf's nature trail

Exploring Neudorf's nature trail

What does one do on a summer day when temperatures are expected to hit the mid 30’s as was forecast on July 17? Get up early, or relatively early, and hit a nature trail! With a quick search on my newly downloaded app, ‘AllTrails’ , I was reading abo
Active cases in Saskatchewan down by four to 336

Active cases in Saskatchewan down by four to 336

There were 336 active cases of COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan Sunday, four less than the day before. No deaths were reported. There were 27 new cases reported, 19 fewer than reported Saturday. Thirty-one recoveries were reported.
Water Park hosts 'Dive-in' movie

Water Park hosts 'Dive-in' movie

The Access Communications Water Park in Yorkton hosted its first Dive-In Movie. The event featured the movie ‘Shark Tale’ on two screens that overlooked the wave pool.
Alphonse Little Poplar – A voice from Saskatchewan’s Residential School history

Alphonse Little Poplar – A voice from Saskatchewan’s Residential School history

It’s important to all Canadians that voices from the Canada’ Residential School past are heard. Alphonse Little Poplar, 1921-1989, was born on the Sweet Grass reserve, near Battleford.
Saskatoon Bishop apologizes for church’s atrocities

Saskatoon Bishop apologizes for church’s atrocities

Diocese of Saskatoon Bishop Mark Hagemoen has apologized in behalf of the Catholic Church in Saskatchewan for its past atrocities and would support having Pope Francis visit Canada.
Wide Mouth Mason and The Sheepdogs headline Jazz Festival

Wide Mouth Mason and The Sheepdogs headline Jazz Festival

The 34th SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, after a year-long wait, returns this summer with four headlining artists that includes Juno Award winners Wide Mouth Mason. The festival, cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is set from Aug.
July 23 COVID-19 update: Two deaths, 312 active cases, 51 new cases, 25 recoveries

July 23 COVID-19 update: Two deaths, 312 active cases, 51 new cases, 25 recoveries

Vaccines Reported An additional 8,204 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 1,374,210.
Chamber hosts first in-person event with focus on stress and personalties

Chamber hosts first in-person event with focus on stress and personalties

The Yorkton Chamber of Commerce welcomed people back with their first in-person event at the Painted Hand Casino. The first event back featured Jolene Watson. Watson is the President of Clarity Coaching and Development.
Yorkton receives ninth Habitat for Humanity home

Yorkton receives ninth Habitat for Humanity home

The ninth home from Habitat for Humanity is now being constructed in Yorkton, and the local branch held a sod-turning to celebrate the new home. The new homeowner is Tania Fleury, and she was overjoyed to be selected for the home.