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Yorkton This Week

Friendship Centre gets annual funding

The Ministry of Social Services is continuing its funding agreements with nearly 20 community-based organizations (CBOs) and four northern villages which provide services to vulnerable women, children, families and other Saskatchewan people in need.
Gulf oil disaster should set off alarm bells

Gulf oil disaster should set off alarm bells

It could never happen here. That was Prime Minister Stephen Harper's assurance in the wake of the massive oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, which he referred to as "an environmental catastrophe unlike anything we've seen in quite a long time".
Lions Club makes mother's day draw

Lions Club makes mother's day draw

Bredenbury Lions Club had their Mother's Day draw and the winners are: Bill and Kim Scott - Esterhazy, $75 gift certificate to Purity Estehetics; Delores Peterson - Canora, SK.

Coaches week

The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan has designated May 22-29, 2010 as the first ever Coaches Week in Saskatchewan.

Exports on the rise in Saskatchewan

Export sales in Saskatchewan were up 14.3 per cent in March 2010 when compared with March 2009, the third highest percentage increase among the provinces and well ahead of the 7.7 per cent recorded on a national basis.
Local youth perform 'The Frog Prince'

Local youth perform 'The Frog Prince'

On Saturday, May 15th the Free My Muse Theatre Company presented their 10th youth play production, "The Frog Prince" at the Anne Portnuff Theatre in Yorkton. Free My Muse Theatre Company put on both a 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm show.
Dog guides improve quality of life

Dog guides improve quality of life

On Sunday, May 16 the Purina Walk for Dog Guides took place in Bredenbury at the Lions Den. 2010 marks the 25th anniversary of the Purina Walk for Dog Guides, and the 2nd year the walk has been held in Bredenbury.
The worst Sask. politics has ever been

The worst Sask. politics has ever been

A month ago we explored the question of whether nastiness at the Saskatchewan legislature has reached a low point in our province's political history.

Premiers lead new west partnership Asian trade mission

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell and Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach will lead a joint trade mission to China and Japan to promote trade and commerce opportunities between Western Canada and Asia.
What do you think you have?

What do you think you have?

I have phantom fuzz. "You have WHAT?" said the Preacher, when he walked into the bedroom and found me inspecting my left foot. "Phantom fuzz." Toe jam. You know. Dead skin, sock fluff, sand, dirt. All mixed up with accumulated skin oils and bacteria.