Red Lions win back-to-back games

The senior men's hockey team is on the road this weekend with games in Kerrobert and Luseland

Red Lions win back-to-back gamesKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Red Lions seem to have gelled, winning back-to-back games on the weekend. The Sask West Hockey League senior A team got off to a slow start this season. But after the previous weekend off and a few more practices, the team is on the upswing. The team earned…

Local ballplayer competes in Phoenix

Benjamin Ortman recently took advantage of an opportunity to travel to Arizona with a team from Saskatoon

Local ballplayer competes in PhoenixKevin McBain of The Clarion Opportunities in baseball are ever-growing in this province. In- and out-of-province travel teams, training opportunities and even a couple of academies have started up in the past few years. Benjamin Ortman recently took advantage of a chance to travel to Phoenix with a team from the Going Yard Training Centre…

Kobras honour top players after successful season

Despite falling just short of a provincial football title, the team had plenty to celebrate and a few life lessons to embrace

Kobras honour top players after successful seasonKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Composite School Kobras had a lot to celebrate in 2017, culminating a very successful season with a trip to the provincial finals for the first time since 1970. The team started off slow, earning only two wins in their first five games. Then they turned it around and…

Klippers drop close one in Melfort

Goalie Justen Close has been phenomenal this year. He said it's important to stay positive and continue to work hard

Klippers drop close one in MelfortKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Klippers had a light schedule this week with just one game on tap. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team was in Melfort on Friday to take on the league-leading Mustangs and came up just short, losing 3-2. The teams exchanged first-period goals, with Jordan Funk scoring for the…

Kobras successful season falls just short of ultimate prize

KCS loses to a strong Lumsden team in the provincial high school football final

Kobras successful season falls just short of ultimate prizeKevin McBain of The Clarion After a terrific season, the Kindersley Composite School Kobras have nothing to hang their heads about. The Kobras, for the first time since 1970, earned a berth in the provincial high school nine-man 3A football final, played in Lumsden on Saturday. But despite their best efforts, they fell short. The…

Klippers win back-to-back over Red Wings

The team is now preparing to hit the road for games against Melfort on Friday and in the Battlefords on Tuesday night

Klippers win back-to-back over Red WingsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Junior Klippers defeated the Weyburn Red Wings twice last week, winning 3-2 on both Thursday and Friday nights. The Klippers now have a 10-6-2-1 record for 23 points in the Olympic division of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. The team is now preparing to hit the road for games…

Fire destroys building in industrial area

Kindersley firefighters were on the scene for eight hours. Several explosions were heard. The cause is being investigated

Fire destroys building in industrial areaA fire burned out of control on Nov. 7 at a shop located on Seventh Avenue West in Kindersley’s industrial area. Members of the Kindersley Fire and Rescue Brigade were dispatched to the fire at 3:37 p.m., and all units were returned to the fire hall and back in service by midnight. Several explosions were…

Rural Crime Watch considered for Kindersley area

RCMP working to restore the once-popular program as rural crime rises across Western Canada, including in this region

Rural Crime Watch considered for Kindersley areaKenneth Brown of The Clarion Property crime in rural areas is a growing concern, so the Rural Municipality of Kindersley is encouraging its citizens to start a Rural Crime Watch group. The RM of Kindersley held an information meeting on Nov. 7 at the Masonic Lodge. About 30 people attended the meeting, where a member…