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Ski around the world at Deer Park trails

Come and ski around the world with the Yorkton Cross Country Ski Club. We'll ski from swtation to station along our beautifully well-groomed trails and pick up miniature flags along the way.
Terriers in a tie for second place

Terriers in a tie for second place

With only one win in three tries this week the Yorkton Terriers are now in a second place tie with Estevan in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Sherwood Conference. Both teams have 47 points, the Terrier's based on a record of 22-18-1-2.

Lady Raiders win over Lady Saints

The Lady Raiders basketball team started off the new year with a convincing 68-41 home victory over Manitoba (Roblin).
Sherring Gold Terriers complete the season

Sherring Gold Terriers complete the season

It was two more games and two more wins over the weekend for the Sherring Gold AA Pee Wee Yorkton Terriers.
Something is better than nothing for Canadians

Something is better than nothing for Canadians

At least we got to hear the playing of the Canadian national anthem. Even if it came way earlier than anyone would have liked. As Don Cherry said over the weekend on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada: "We're still the best".

Ski club hoping for a Tidd Tech snow remover

The Yorkton Cross Country Ski Club was able to take advantage of a specialized snow removal machine when they officially opened up the trails at the Deer Park Municipal Golf Course over the weekend.
Ribbon-cutting at Deer Park ski trails

Ribbon-cutting at Deer Park ski trails

The Yorkton Cross Country Ski Club celebrated the beginning of a new phase for the club on Sunday afternoon at Deer Park Municipal Golf Course, with a ribbon-cutting by Mayor of Yorkton, James Wilson to make it official.

Yorkdale Central School Royals basketball

The Yorkdale Central Public School Royals B/G basketball teams are in for a load of games this week. Each team is scheduled to participate in one practice each this week to get ready for it. On Jan.
Twelve teams fight it out in tourney

Twelve teams fight it out in tourney

The Yorkton Pee Wee Tier II hockey tournament was held over the weekend. Host arenas were the Farrell Agencies Arena and the Kinsmen Arena. All teams were guaranteed four games and games featured one 15-minute period and two 20-minute periods.
YRHS athletes of the month

YRHS athletes of the month

The Cab Clothing Yorkton Regional High School Male Athlete of the Month for October is Grey McKen, who starred on both the junior and senior football teams in the summer/fall. He was also named a co-captain on the junior team.