Youth centre a goal for Kindersley man

Over the summer, great turnouts for youth nights meant splitting into junior and senior groups for activities

Youth centre a goal for Kindersley manKevin McBain of The Clarion On a mission! The Kindersley Christian Fellowship building has been busy this year – with iKids camp being held all summer and youth group nights on Friday and Saturday. This is definitely going to continue for the foreseeable future, with an even larger goal in mind. Scott Matchett, who attends…

Local youth travels to India to lend a hand

‘Me to We is trying to empower the women, to be able to sustain themselves, by providing education and resources to help them’

Local youth travels to India to lend a handKevin McBain of The Clarion “We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference,” said Nelson Mandela. Being one person in a world so big may be overwhelming, but if you try to make a difference, if you do your best, if you do…

Kindersley Stallions win Sask Landing Cup

‘We were down eight, but we all said that we are going to win this one and we took the momentum and won’

Kindersley Stallions win Sask Landing CupKevin McBain of The Clarion The first-year Kindersley Stallions won the Sask Landing Cup in fine fashion on Friday night over the Gull Lake Greyhounds. In game three of the best-of-three finals with the Greyhounds (Senior AA Tier 5 champions) in Kindersley, the Stallions had to make a comeback worthy of the record books. The…

Kindersley Mall to be acquired by private company

If two-thirds of the unit holders vote in favour of the transaction, the target closing date is the end of September

Kindersley Mall to be acquired by private companyKenneth Brown of The Clarion Things could be looking up for the Kindersley Mall after a rough year. The mall’s property management trust is selling the property to a private company. An announcement on Aug. 4 by all parties involved in the transaction stated that a subsidiary of Strathallen Capital Corp., which manages and operates…

Members of local family join overseas Legion pilgrimage

‘The rain at Vimy Ridge was like the tears of the soldiers thanking us for being there’

Members of local family join overseas Legion pilgrimageKenneth Brown of The Clarion Every two years, a Saskatchewan resident is chosen to make a Royal Canadian Legion pilgrimage in Europe. This year, the pilgrim for was a former Kindersley resident. Dwane Burke, 34, us a former member of the Kindersley Legion who transferred to the Legion branch in Star City. He was raised…

Local youth golfer tests skills at Glen Abbey

Keaton Cote also got to play a hole with Dustin Johnson, the current number-one ranked golfer in the world

Local youth golfer tests skills at Glen AbbeyKenneth Brown of The Clarion Junior golfer Keaton Cote of Kindersley has finished third in a national skills competition at the famed Glen Abbey course – and that wasn't his only memorable experience at the Toronto-area course. Cote, 11, travelled to Oakville, Ont., in July to compete in the Future Links National Golf Skills Challenge…

Town to work with basketball group on proposed project

Outdoor court planned for under-utilized park won't cost Kindersley taxpayers a cent, council told

Town to work with basketball group on proposed projectKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley’s elected officials have shown their support to a local group looking to build a full-sized basketball court in Elks Park on Queen Drive. Jason Hankewich, a representative of Kindersley Basketball, appeared before town council on Aug. 14 and told officials he wants to involve the Town of Kindersley in…

Kindersley MLA Bill Boyd announces retirement

Boyd a driving force behind the formation of the Saskatchewan Party

Kindersley MLA Bill Boyd announces retirementClarion staff Kindersley MLA Bill Boyd announced on Tuesday that he will be retiring from public life and resigning his seat, effective Sept. 1. “When Premier (Brad) Wall announced his retirement, he talked about renewal within the Saskatchewan Party,” Boyd said. “I have been the MLA for Kindersley for a long time, so my retirement and…

Animal rescue group claws through busy year

The animals that end up in the group’s care are all spayed or neutered, and fully vaccinated

Animal rescue group claws through busy yearKenneth Brown of The Clarion The KAWS Animal Rescue (KAWS) organization is having a busy year and a spokesperson says there are several ways people can help aside from adopting rescue animals. Delee DeCap, the secretary-treasurer for KAWS, has been involved with the non-profit organization for about five years and she said the volunteer-based group…
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