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World Read Aloud Day focuses on literacy

World Read Aloud Day focuses on literacy

The Preeceville School encouraged students and parents to pick up books and read during World Read Aloud Day on February 16.

Sturgis SUMA delegate says convention was positive

Bert Suknasky, a Sturgis town councillor, received a positive impression from the SUMA (Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association) convention held in Saskatoon February 4 to 8. "The convention was very informative," said Suknasky.

Sturgis Kinsmen gearing up for 37th annual Mini-Miracle

The Sturgis Kinsmen and Kinettes are preparing their 37 th annual Mini-Miracle and organizers have said they have a full stage of talent lined up.

Preeceville CWL objects to TV series dealing with euthanasia

Members of the Preeceville CWL have joined their national organization in objecting to a television series dealing with assisted suicide.
This Weeks Photos - February 22, 2017

This Weeks Photos - February 22, 2017

Council looking at major tax increase

Yorkton Council took its first public look at the City’s 2017 operating and capital budgets Tuesday. And while the document is not yet etched in stone, as it sits, the combined budgets would necessitate a 6.68 per cent increase in taxation.

Census Data Shows Town Growth

The 2016 Census population data released by Statistics Canada last week may be something of a mixed bag, perhaps depending on where one calls home or how they view the numbers.
Multi-school science fair held at Keeseekoose Chiefs Education Centre

Multi-school science fair held at Keeseekoose Chiefs Education Centre

A science fair was held at the Keeseekoose Chiefs Education Centre on Friday, marking the first time ever that the Yorkton Tribal Council hosted a multiple community science fair.

Kamsack man among outfitters and American hunters fined more than $24,000

Ministry of Environment conservation officers recently completed investigations in the North Battleford area involving illegal outfitting and hunting activities, resulting in more than $24,000 in fines.
Cote First Nation artist named Saskatchewan Global Citizen

Cote First Nation artist named Saskatchewan Global Citizen

Micheal Langan, an artist from Cote First Nation, has received a Saskatchewan Global Citizen Award from the Saskatchewan Council for International Co-operation (SCIC).