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New court date for man accused of accessory after the fact to murder

New court date for man accused of accessory after the fact to murder

In November of 2022, Kamsack RCMP were called to the Keeseekoose First Nation, where a 16-year-old Cote First Nation boy was found dead at the scene.
Gardener's Notebook: Be aware of molds

Gardener's Notebook: Be aware of molds

The next Yorkton hort society meeting is on Wednesday, May 15 at 7 p.m. at the Yorkton Public Library
The Meeple Guild: Little tile-layer surprises with 'puzzley' play

The Meeple Guild: Little tile-layer surprises with 'puzzley' play

This one hit the table with almost zero expectations, but Wow! it really is a great little game.
Craft beer film a Best of Sask finalist at Yorkton Festival

Craft beer film a Best of Sask finalist at Yorkton Festival

The Saskatchewan craft beer sector has also become the topic of a three-part film by CBC; Plant to Pint.
Sports This Week: Coach Quinlan reflects on another postseason miss by Rush

Sports This Week: Coach Quinlan reflects on another postseason miss by Rush

For fans there has to be sense the Rush have been spinning their wheels the last three seasons.
Yorkton footballers back on gridiron for spring action

Yorkton footballers back on gridiron for spring action

The Yorkton jamboree (May 11), will be the first of a spring series.
Margo man awaits verdict following trial for high school threat

Margo man awaits verdict following trial for high school threat

No danger was posed to students or staff.
Jail time for Broadview woman who rammed police cruiser

Jail time for Broadview woman who rammed police cruiser

When RCMP attempted a traffic stop, the suspect vehicle rammed the police vehicle before entering the ditch.
Prison for man who admitted to robbery and serious assault in Yorkton

Prison for man who admitted to robbery and serious assault in Yorkton

38-year-old Jameson Demontigny was sentenced to 999 days in prison.
Update: Male charged with second-degree murder

Update: Male charged with second-degree murder

32-year-old Elias Still of Ochapowace First Nation, was pronounced deceased by EMS on scene.