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Former Bomber Westwood comes to Yorkton for Riderville week

Former Bomber Westwood comes to Yorkton for Riderville week

It is possible that no other athlete has ever had an appearance as highly anticipated as when Troy Westwood made a visit to Yorkton last weekend.
Proposed War Memorial Site - Circa 1920

Proposed War Memorial Site - Circa 1920

An artist's conception of the Yorkton Memorial Boulevard as it appears when completed.

Sunrise reduce to balance budget

Sunrise Health Region announced last week that it will decrease spending by $2.86 million to balance their budget. No facilities will be closed, however, staff changes will reduce spending on salaries.
Former Jet plays in exhibition game at FAA

Former Jet plays in exhibition game at FAA

A group of former NHLers headlined by former Winnipeg Jet forward Dale Hawerchuk appeared in an exhibition game last week at Farrell Agencies Arena in an effort organizers say they hope will help regenerate some interest in Senior hockey.

Communication disorders

One out of every ten individuals in Canada lives with a serious communication disorder affecting their speech, language or hearing.

Baseball season starts for new club

The 2010 South East Senior Baseball League season kicked off with the Canora Supers visiting the inaugural Yorkton E & S Yankees. The Yankees are a brand new team in the established SESBL.
Sacred Heart April Athletes of the Month

Sacred Heart April Athletes of the Month

The Female Athlete of the Month for April is awarded to two girls from the senior badminton team. Both are strong athletes, dedicated to badminton and they demonstrate sportsman like play all the time.
Atwater to hold service

Atwater to hold service

Judy Talbot collects community histories of all the pioneers and families who helped unite our "Little Dubuc" and make it the caring and co-operative place it is. People who used to live here are finding their way back home on many occasions.

Airport dollars small step to better things

Editorial
MPs should show their expenses

MPs should show their expenses

Auditor General Sheila Fraser has requested more details on how Members of Parliament spend taxpayer dollars. To this point, she has been rebuffed. Conservative MP Gerald Keddy says the issue has been blown out of proportion.
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