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Calvin Daniels

Calvin Daniels

Calvin Daniels grew up on a farm near Tisdale, getting his start as a journalist at his hometown newspaper after winning a sports trivia contest in the paper.
He moved to Yorkton for a position at the then Enterprise with a focus on agriculture, and has remained with the same newspaper through a couple of name changes for more than three decades, earning him a Silver Quill Award from News Media Canada in 2020 for more than 25 years in the newspaper sector.
Over the years, Daniels has received media awards from the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association and Saskatchewan Horse Federation. He has also earned 27 Premier Awards in the annual Better Newspapers Competition first place awards from the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association, along with a number of second and third place certificates.
Daniels has also authored eight books, three on hockey as a huge sports fan.
Currently he is the editor of Yorkton This Week.

Recent Work by Calvin

City of Yorkton preparing to lend 'brick mill' project funds

City of Yorkton preparing to lend 'brick mill' project funds

As part of the bylaw process it will now go to Public Notice.
LobsterFest remains popular Yorkton event

LobsterFest remains popular Yorkton event

People lined up for lobster, or steak.
YFF: Coveted award goes to film about 94-year-old woman

YFF: Coveted award goes to film about 94-year-old woman

Evelyn also won in the Short Subject Non-Fiction category, taking a total of two of the prestigious Golden Sheaf Awards.
Forge FC teams in action on Yorkton pitches

Forge FC teams in action on Yorkton pitches

In PSL U15 boys action Forge FC was shut-out Saturday 4-0 by Saskatoon Alliance Blue.
Sacred Heart High School held graduation exercises in Yorkton

Sacred Heart High School held graduation exercises in Yorkton

There was also the presentation of awards.
Parkland U18 AAA Expos drop pair at home Saturday

Parkland U18 AAA Expos drop pair at home Saturday

The Expos head to Regina Tuesday to play the Athletics, then host the Regina White Sox Wednesday.
Sports This Week: Prince Albert hosting major softball events

Sports This Week: Prince Albert hosting major softball events

Prince Albert has hosted international softball events in the past, having hosted the U18 Men's World Cup in 2018, where Canada finished fourth.
Agriculture This Week: Herd health critical for livestock

Agriculture This Week: Herd health critical for livestock

When a disease hits a unit today, the losses can be significant in a hurry.
Sports This Week: Ottawa retuning to NLL

Sports This Week: Ottawa retuning to NLL

Another ace of sorts for the Black Bears is having the Toronto Rock just down the road.
Yorkton mayor announces city's new manager

Yorkton mayor announces city's new manager

Brad Hvidston is no stranger to Yorkton, as two of his three sons have played hockey for the Yorkton AAA Maulers.
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