Friday October 31, 2014


Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.

  • Garry Shury wins Don’t Bag It, Mulch It!

    The city of Yorkton wants people to mulch their grass instead of bagging it, and this year they’ve had the first contest to encourage people to take an environmentally friendly approach to their lawn care. The inner of the first “Don’t Bag it, Mulch It!”

  • CNIB talks to YRHS about eye protection

    Eye injuries are preventable, and the CNIB is working with WorkSafe Saskatchewan to get people to place a priority on taking care of their eyes. They were recently at YRHS to talk to students about the importance of protecting their eyes overall.

  • Change Her World educates girls in Africa

    Bringing education to girls in Africa is the mission of Change Her World, and they currently have 150 kids enrolled in school in Malawi, and are working to improve access to education for girls. They were recently in Yorkton to educate people on the work

Local News

Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant is proud to proclaim October 27 to 31 as the...

An investigation into the causes of fires and the procurement practices surrounding Sask-Power’s...

The theme of this year’s Throne Speech was “Keeping Saskatchewan Strong,” which gives an indication ...

Region turns out to discuss district plan

The Yorkton area is planning for the future, and people had the opportunity to see the district...

Local Sports

By Chase Ruttig
After leading the Yorkton Terriers to the 2012/13 SJHL Championship on the way...

Gervais to carry on winning tradition as captain

By Chase Ruttig
Playing on the Yorkton Terriers for the past three seasons, gritty power forward ...

Winning Team

Sacred Heart High School’s senior boys’ volleyball team hosted their home tournament on September...

When the Yorkton Terriers 2013/14 season ended with a National Junior A Championship at the RBC Cup ...


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