Officials turn sod for aquatic centre project

It is hoped the $6.35-million indoor facility will be in operation in the summer of 2018

Officials turn sod for aquatic centre projectKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Town of Kindersley and the design builder for the town’s new aquatic centre have held a sod turning ceremony to signify the start of the construction process. Representatives of several groups were on hand near the site of the old Kindersley Aquatic Centre on July 5 for the sod…

Minor ball teams head to provincials

In softball action, the UK Royals are provincial champions after winning the title in a three-team competition in Delisle this past weekend. They will now attend Western Canadians

Minor ball teams head to provincialsBy Clarion staff It’s provincial championship time for three minor baseball league teams. The Kindersley Bantam Royals will be in Carnduff for the Tier 4 Bantam AA championships this weekend. They will compete against six other teams. The Royals are in Pool A with the Saskatoon Cardinals, Sask Five Giants and Lumsden Cubs. Pool B…

Fourteen teams to compete at championships

The Kindersley Raiders and Klippers will represent Kindersley in the 32nd annual Western Canadian Oldtimers and Senior Men’s Baseball championship this weekend

Fourteen teams to compete at championshipsBy Clarion staff The Kindersley Raiders and Klippers will represent Kindersley in the 32nd annual Western Canadian Oldtimers and Senior Men’s Baseball championship this weekend. There will be plenty of baseball action beginning Friday with 14 teams competing – six in the 19-plus division and eight in the 43-plus division. The Klippers have won the…

Kindersley Stallions sit atop league, division

The Stallions are 11-0 with two games remaining

Kindersley Stallions sit atop league, divisionClarion staff The Fertile Valley Baseball League’s (FVBL) regular season is drawing to a close and the undefeated Kindersley Stallions are poised atop the league and their division. The Stallions are 11-0 with two games remaining, although if one of the games is not made up, the team only has one game left to play…

KCS Class of 2017 ready to take on the world

61 members of Kindersley Composite School received their diplomas on June 29

KCS Class of 2017 ready to take on the worldKevin McBain of The Clarion Sixty-one members of Kindersley Composite School (KCS) Class of 2017 received their graduation diplomas on June 29 on the stage of the Co-op arena. Teacher Ryan Street, acting as Master of Ceremonies, did a great job at keeping the evening running smoothly, even sprinkling tidbits of wisdom as the evening…

Kindersley’s Canada 150 celebrations offer plenty of variety

Several venues will offer fun for the whole family, from entertainment to children's activities to food, all capped off with spectacular fireworks.

Kindersley’s Canada 150 celebrations offer plenty of varietyKenneth Brown of The Clarion Canadians everywhere will celebrate an important milestone this weekend and there will be lots for people to do in Kindersley with several groups holding events. To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, the Town of Kindersley is hosting activities at Baker Park starting at 11:30 a.m. That event runs until 2:30 p.m.,…

Kindersley players inducted into SJHL Hall of Fame

A pair of speakers, a golf tournament and celebrity guests combined for a great event

Kindersley players inducted into SJHL Hall of FameKevin McBain of The Clarion with files from Harland Lesyk It was a day full of fun at the Iron Horse Klippers Celebrity Golf tournament and SJHL Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday. It was a beautiful day for a round of golf. Sixty-three players making up 14 teams with local Klippers supporters and…

Sean Flanagan signs ECHL contract

Congratulations Sean!

Sean Flanagan signs ECHL contractBREAKING NEWS!! Former Kindersley resident Sean Flanagan just signed a contract with the Greenville Swamp Rabbits in South Carolina of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) with an American Hockey League (AHL) tryout with the Hartford Wolf Pack - both affiliates of the New York Rangers. If he sticks with Greenville, he will have a…

Kindersley cadet squadron holds annual ceremonial review

Several awards and promotions were handed out to reward many of the cadets for their hard work and dedication

Kindersley cadet squadron holds annual ceremonial reviewKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Royal Canadian Air Cadet Lloyd Sparky Ament Squadron closed out another year on June 3 with their annual ceremonial review. This year, they held the event on main street in Coleville. The cadets were in fine form for the day, which showcased a bit of what they learned…