Skip to content

Yorkton This Week

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.

Investors support Sask.

Saskatchewan investors purchased $63.5 million in Labour-Sponsored Venture Capital Corporations (LSVCC) funds this tax year. LSVCC's can be purchased through the two leading funds, Golden Opportunities Fund Inc. and SaskWorks Venture Fund Inc.

Diverse influences create groups sound

Ingrid Gatin is a musician with varied influences which have helped develop her own indie roots style. "I'm influenced by so many styles of music, from Joni Mitchell to Beirut, from hip-hop stylings to traditional Romanian music.
Former Riders take in Football Week in the Parkland festivities

Former Riders take in Football Week in the Parkland festivities

Among the guests town during the much-anticipated Football Week in the Parkland were two individuals who helped the 1966 Saskatchewan Roughriders defeat their Ontario-based, same-named nemesis, the Ottawa Rough-riders for the Grey Cup.

AAA baseball

This weekend saw the AAA Canadian Tire Pee Wee baseball team in Estevan and Weyburn. On Saturday, a double header was held in Estevan with their first game a loss of 16-5. Their second game tied with a score of 8 - 8.
Volunteers are thanked

Volunteers are thanked

The Goodeve Community Center Winter Wonderland Supper and Dance was held February 26th. A chicken breast and pork loin supper was served with salads that were provided by the local community members.

First Nations University gets funding source

Advanced Education, Employment and Labour Minister Rob Norris announced the signing of a $5.2 million funding agreement between First Nations University of Canada (FNUniv), the University of Regina (U of R) and Meyers Norris Penny Limited (MNP).