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Yorkton This Week

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).
SHHS April Saints of the month

SHHS April Saints of the month

Each month a male and a female student is selected as the SHHS Saint of the Month. Saint of the Month students are nominated by staff and students of SHHS.
Training, commitment huge for SHHS cheer squad

Training, commitment huge for SHHS cheer squad

There is a long list of sports detailed on the Saskatchewan High School Athletics Association (SHSAA).
Canuck keeper questions his own captaincy

Canuck keeper questions his own captaincy

Roberto Luongo has been the best player on the Vancouver Canucks for some time now.Without his stellar play in the nets, there's likely no way his team ever would have advanced 13 games into the post season both this year and last.
Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon

Stephen Harper won't pardon serious criminals or Helena Guergis.

Saskatchewan lagging in midwifery care

May 5th was the International Day of the Midwife, a day that is recognized around the world as an opportunity to celebrate midwifery and to promote awareness of the care that midwives provide.

R Miller Midget Cardinals off to a good start

The R. Miller midget cardinals of the Prairie Midget Baseball AAA League kicked off its 2010 baseball season in Saskatoon on mother's day weekend. On Saturday they played as double header against the Saskatoon Diamondbacks.
Cenotaph repaired and rededicated

Cenotaph repaired and rededicated

On the afternoon of Saturday, May 15 a rededication ceremony was held for the City of Yorkton cenotaph. In 2005 numerous items that were in need of repair and restoration on the City of Yorkton's Cenotaph were identified.

Increase in full-time employment

A strong increase in full-time employment led to a record-high number of people working in Saskatchewan for the month of April. There were 521,700 people working in Saskatchewan in April, an increase of 8,900 over April 2009.