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Yorkton This Week

YRHS adds to provincial medal count

YRHS adds to provincial medal count

The Yorkton Regional High School (YRHS) Raider track and field had another extremely strong showing over the weekend when 14 students qualified for the Saskatchewan High School Athletics Association (SHSAA) provincial track and field meet held last F

Armed robbery under investigation

Yorkton RCMP are investigating an armed robbery that happened late Thursday, June 3rd.

Editorial - Recruitment initiative intriguing concept

The issue of health care is one which seems to be the hot topic for most these days.
Cruise ship industry needs better waste-control standards

Cruise ship industry needs better waste-control standards

Imagine walking down the street just as the crew of an airplane flying overhead decides to dump sewage from the plane's toilets. Not a pleasant thought. Fortunately, airlines aren't allowed to do this.

Government ending car leases to CBOs

The provincial government is ending its practice of leasing Central Vehicle Agency (CVA) vehicles to community-based organizations.

Heart & Stroke big bike

The SaskEnergy Heart & Stroke Big Bike is putting on a ton of mileage this June, all for an important, life-saving cause. The province's largest bike - weighing 2,000 lbs.
Phase 2 of Sunrise energy upgrade announced

Phase 2 of Sunrise energy upgrade announced

Sunrise Health Region announced June 1st that they will spend $6.05 million to complete energy efficient upgrades to 22 of their health care facilities.

Climate change website launched

People who want to find out about the impacts of climate change in Saskatchewan and information on adaptation actions can visit a new website at www.SaskAdapt.ca.
Local authors launch first book of new endeavour

Local authors launch first book of new endeavour

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New mandates good for rural voters

New mandates good for rural voters

Governments sometimes do lose their focus. That been a problem for our Saskatchewan Party government for some time. The pounding it took from the NDP Opposition during the spring legislative session for not listening was certainly justifiable.