Progress continues on new aquatic centre

Fundraising will get ramped up again as the weather improves, says the mayor

Progress continues on new aquatic centre  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion Construction and fundraising continue for the Kindersley Aquatic Centre project. The roof and outside walls have been put in place to close in the building. The work continues under the cover of a structure that is starting to look like a building. A building consortium of two companies including…

Future of youth committee uncertain

The town cut the manager of culture and heritage position in order to focus on other fiscal priorities

Future of youth committee uncertainKenneth Brown of The Clarion An administrative change has shut down the Kindersley Youth Committee,and the program’s future is unknown just a year after earning provincial recognition. A decision was made early in 2018 to cut the manager of culture and heritage position from the town’s administration. Michelle McMillan, the former manager of culture and…

Fundraiser helps support new building project

Comedians Jody Peters and Dani Albert, and The Matt Davis Band entertained at the West Central Abilities event

Fundraiser helps support new building project    People fill up their plates at the Elks Hall on St. Patrick’s Day at a fundraiser for the day program building project for West Central Abilities Inc. (Below) Saskatchewan comedian Jody Peters entertains the crowd at the fundraiser. The entertainment included two comedians and two live bands. Kenneth Brown of The Clarion People…

Town adopts standards and specifications for infrastructure

Council has also renewed an agreement for the digital billboard on the south side of Highway 7

Town adopts standards and specifications for infrastructureKenneth Brown of The Clarion The town’s elected officials have adopted a new set of design standards and master specifications for infrastructure projects. Council members passed a resolution to approve the documents at their meeting on March 12. Mayor Rod Perkins said all previous standards and specifications would be replaced after the new documents were…

Six recipients receive funding from growing project

Field of Opportunities dispersed a total of $25,000 to groups in Kindersley and the Plenty-Dodsland area

Six recipients receive funding from growing projectKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Field of Opportunities (FOO) growing project provides grants to community groups in the area and the FOO committee had its most successful year in 2017. A crop has been grown for the past three years on a roughly 100-acre parcel of land north of businesses on Highway 7 in…

Stretchable plastics removed from recycle program

Loraas Environmental Ltd. says the ban is the result of regulatory changes in China, which offers the only viable market for post-consumer plastics

Stretchable plastics removed from recycle programKenneth Brown of The Clarion A change is coming to the town’s recycling program as residents will no longer be able to recycle post consumer plastics such as cellophane packaging. The Town of Kindersley’s recycling program is contracted to Loraas Environmental Ltd. The company has been accepting all plastics that have recycle numbers from one…

St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser coming up

West Central Abilities is hosting the event on March 17 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley to help with its new day program building

St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser coming upKenneth Brown of The Clarion The colour green gets associated with St. Patrick’s Day and organizers of a fundraiser on Saturday hope to generate a special green in the form of greenbacks. West Central Abilities (WCA) Inc. is hosting the fundraiser on March 17 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley. The agency is in the…

Sweet Alibi next up in arts council series

Trio of performers blend soulful and powerful vocal harmonies with the sincerity of folk music and energy of roots music

Sweet Alibi next up in arts council seriesKenneth Brown of The Clarion A trio of performers known as Sweet Alibi are coming to Kindersley next week to entertain and help people get over the hump of their work week. In the sixth of eight concerts in the Kindersley and District Arts Council’s annual Stars for Saskatchewan series, Sweet Alibi will hit the…

Town fills vacant council seat

Rob Anderson was the only person to submit nomination papers by the deadline on March 7, so he was acclaimed

Town fills vacant council seatKenneth Brown of The Clarion There will be no byelection to fill the vacant council seat created by the town’s former deputy mayor. Rob Anderson has been elected to council by acclamation. Anderson was the only person to submit nomination papers by the deadline on March 7, so he was acclaimed to council. Anderson took…

Chamber to explore online shopping for Kindersley

The goal is to promote a culture that encourages online shoppers to shop in town

Chamber to explore online shopping for KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Clarion Online shopping is having an impact on businesses, and the Kindersley and District Chamber of Commerce hopes to capture a part of that online market for Kindersley. Rick Miller, a business owner and chamber of commerce director, came up with the idea to start a program to promote local businesses…