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Salmon farming may be a good idea after all

Salmon farming may be a good idea after all

It would be a shame if we could never eat salmon again. On the Pacific Coast, salmon has been an important food source and a cultural icon throughout history. Salmon is a healthy, delicious, and versatile source of nutrition.
Sewing for the domestic runway

Sewing for the domestic runway

As I read television show reviews from an American online magazine, I realize my decision to go with the basic cable package cut me out of the loop. Mostly I don't mind, because real life is a better payoff in the long run.

SCN stays through May

Broadcast of SCN will continue into the month of May, while Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are being considered. Twelve Expressions of Interest were received prior to today's deadline.
Government should follow rules

Government should follow rules

I was looking at local newspapers from across the province on Monday and came across a story about a Saskatchewan resort near Watrous that has had a pool closure because of water filtration standards.

City assessing its properties

The City of Yorkton is going to have a major assessment carried out on all its facilities this year.At the April 26, meeting of Yorkton Council it was the unanimous decision to spend $299,653 on the initiative.
Sacred Heart student nominated 'young woman of promise"'

Sacred Heart student nominated 'young woman of promise"'

Southern Saskatchewan's Women of Distinction Awards take place May 6th at Regina's Conexus Arts Centre. One of Yorkton's graduating students will sit among the nominees at the gala that night.

Badminton results from East Central districts

Results from the East Central Districts badminton competition held April 26 at the Yorkton Regional High School. Boys' singles: Justin Schneider (YRHS), Jordan Nowakowski (Invermay), Michael Burym (Sturgis).
Riderville Kick-off

Riderville Kick-off

Monday morning marked the beginning of something a lot of locals have been waiting for. The week of May 3-8 was designated as Football Week in the Parkland back in the early winter.
Friends and family attend anniversary

Friends and family attend anniversary

The Calder Seniors held their whist drive on Sat., April 10, at the Good Neighbour Centre. The winners of the whist drive were 1st Gordon Kahut, 2nd Allan Molnar, 3rd Jack Miller, low Arnold Balabuk.
Sacred Heart badminton advances to the provincials

Sacred Heart badminton advances to the provincials

Competition at regional playoffs in Moose Jaw were fierce over the weekend, says Jim Grela, head coach of the Saints of Sacred Heart badminton squad.