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Yorkton This Week

Mining industry workshop for growing market

SEER (Saskatchewan East Enterprise Region) will be hosting a workshop on Thursday, May 20th for manufacturers and individuals in the mining supply chain. The workshop is a hands-on, one-day opportunity to better understand the supply chain process.
Wellness Clinic held

Wellness Clinic held

Wellness nurse Susan Petracek of Esterhazy was in attendance at Dubuc's Wellness Clinic held April 14 in the Friendship Club Hut monitoring the wellness needs for the seniors.

Motorcycle Safety Week in Sask.

Minister responsible for SGI June Draude proclaimed May 8 to 14, 2010 as Motorcycle Safety Week in Saskatchewan.
Huskies welcome Wilk, recruits

Huskies welcome Wilk, recruits

Yorkton Regional High School student (YRHS) Logan Wilk was among a group of freshman recruits who were part of what was called the 'Dawgs Breakfast' as a welcome celebration to their new school and be formally introduced as the newest additions to th
Celebration planned for century-old church

Celebration planned for century-old church

In 1910, German immigrants to the Yorkton area began a church. A century later, that church is remembering its heritage with a weekend anniversary celebration.
The waiting game

The waiting game

When my niece was born, her family (including me) all participated in baby sign language until she started talking. There were simple hand signals for as many words as a baby could need, such as "more," "bath," "light" and "bird.
Canada's cities at a crossroads: To sprawl or protect?

Canada's cities at a crossroads: To sprawl or protect?

Canada's towns and cities are at a crossroads. Down one path is urban sprawl. We all know where this well-worn route leads: endless pavement, long commutes and traffic jams, and high social and infrastructure costs.
Week marks tourism importance

Week marks tourism importance

Yorkton Council declared Tourism Awareness Week for the week of Jun 6-12 at its regular meeting Monday. The request for the designation was made by Tourism Yorkton president Neil Thom.
Rider players headline the minor football league fundraiser

Rider players headline the minor football league fundraiser

Yorkton Minor Football held its second annual Football Night in Saskatchewan fundraiser Saturday at the St. Mary's Ukrainian Cultural Centre Saturday.
Theis puts on cheerleading clinic at MC Knoll

Theis puts on cheerleading clinic at MC Knoll

For the second year in a row, former Yorkton Regional High School and Saskatchewan Roughrider cheerleader Brittany Theis brought her cheerleading camp back to where she got her start.