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Pancake breakfast at the fire hall

Pancake breakfast at the fire hall

Event part of Yorkton Business Improvement District's Santa Claus Parade.
Sports This Week: Veteran says Rush ready for NLL season start

Sports This Week: Veteran says Rush ready for NLL season start

The Rush last season just missed the playoffs based on a record of 8-10. The team scored 196 and allowed 194.
Gardener's Notebook: Amaryllis are a 'Christmas flower'

Gardener's Notebook: Amaryllis are a 'Christmas flower'

When we buy a bulb, it’s really a “bloom in a box”.
Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

Judge orders temporary ban on Quewezance sisters' hearing

"I would like to have media there for everybody to know,” said Odelia Quewezance. “Me and my sister were wrongfully convicted, spent 30 years of our lives in prison. Even animals don’t get locked up like that.”
Agriculture This Week: Specialized farming can face tight margins

Agriculture This Week: Specialized farming can face tight margins

The question becomes how long to hang on before changing the core of a farm operation away from livestock?
Legacy Co-op announces sustainable modular farm project

Legacy Co-op announces sustainable modular farm project

Project set to begin this spring.
College sees record number of women in trades

College sees record number of women in trades

College hopes to see a continued increase in women entering their trades programs.
Lions Club donates $2500 to nutrition program

Lions Club donates $2500 to nutrition program

Program serves up to 40 kids a day.
SECON Maulers shut out on home ice by Regina

SECON Maulers shut out on home ice by Regina

The Maulers are back in action on the weekend at the Westland Insurance Arena hosting the Saskatoon Contacts Saturday and Sunday with game time at 2 p.m. both days.
Journalist association slams Sask. attempt to 'muzzle' Saulteaux sisters

Journalist association slams Sask. attempt to 'muzzle' Saulteaux sisters

The Canadian Association of Journalists supports CBC and APTN fighting the publication ban that would prevent media from reporting on evidence at the hearing for sisters Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance. The Crown is also seeking to have the records sealed.
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