2017 Year in Review – Part 3

The events that shaped the community and the people whose influence left indelible marks

2017 Year in Review – Part 3This is Part 3, the last of a look back at 2017. Oct. 11 The Kindersley and District Health and Wellness Foundation (KDHWF) has wrapped up a fundraising campaign to upgrade more than 100 rooms at the integrated health centre. In February 2016, the KDHWF launched its Revitalize-A-Room campaign with the goal of raising more…

Red Lions back in action

The SWHL team has two home games this weekend: Eatonia visits on Friday and then Biggar is in Kindersley on Saturday night

Red Lions back in actionClarion staff The Kindersley Red Lions will be back in action this weekend with two games on the slate. They will take on Eatonia (3-6-4) at home on Friday and then host Biggar (5-8-1) on Saturday night. The Red Lions enter 2018 with a Sask West Hockey League record of 9-4-2, good enough for third…

Delisle Bruins win peewee tourney

Kindersley Peewee Source for Sports Falcons opened the event with a win but struggled the rest of the way

Delisle Bruins win peewee tourneyBy Eric Feader The Kindersley Peewee Source for Sports Falcons hosted their annual tournament this weekend with teams from around the province competing. Things started on Friday night with the opening game against their league rivals from Kerrobert. The Tigers got off to a quick two-goal lead after the first period. The Falcons woke up…

2017 Year in Review – Part 2

A look at the events and news in Kindersley and region from May through early October

2017 Year in Review – Part 2May 10 What do you get when you have a retired chemist, an elderly playboy and four menopausal women in the same play? You get a whole bunch of hilarity on the stage. Members of the Kindersley Players proved just that with five performances over two weeks of a play titled “Sex Please, We’re Sixty”…

Klippers’ games postponed; play tonight in North Battleford

The SJHL team will host the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday before heading out on the road for four straight games

Klippers’ games postponed; play tonight in North BattlefordClarion staff The Kindersley Klippers had the weekend off, despite having two games scheduled against the Battlefords North Stars. The team was supposed to be in the Battlefords on Friday night but the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League game was postponed due to the extreme cold weather. This game will take place tonight at the North…

2017 year in review

A look back at the year in Kindersley, as reported in the pages of the Clarion

2017 year in reviewJan. 4 Garbage and recycle bins across several areas of town have been vandalized and local officials are asking for the public’s assistance to bring the vandals to justice. According to officials, several Loraas Environmental carts were damaged in multiple areas of Kindersley overnight from Dec. 29 to Dec. 30 and police have determined a…

A spectacular Christmas Spectacular!

The musical Christmas Spectacular: What Christmas Means to Me proved to be a fantastic trip down memory lane

A spectacular Christmas Spectacular!Dahling Productions presented the musical, ‘Christmas Spectacular: What Christmas means to me.’ in four performances over the weekend. Richelle Ortman, owner of Dahling Productions, said the inspiration came from the Christmas Spectacular production at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The play had a cast of about 50 people and featured many fantastic…

Red Lions take on Mallards tonight

The Kindersley senior squad has three games on tap before Christmas. They sit in fourth place in the Sask. West Hockey League with a 5-4-1 record

Red Lions take on Mallards tonightClarion staff The Kindersley Red Lions had last weekend off, but hit the ice again with three Sask. West Hockey League games before Christmas Day. The Red Lions will host the 2-7 Luseland Mallards tonight, in a rare mid-week matchup, beginning at 8:30 p.m. On Friday, they will be in Biggar (4-7). And on Saturday,…

Klippers break losing streak with win over Flin Flon

SJHL team returns to action after the Christmas break on Dec. 29 with a game in the Battlefords, then are home to the North Stars on Dec. 30

Klippers break losing streak with win over Flin FlonClarion staff The Kindersley Klippers broke a losing slide with a 5-4 victory over the Flin Flon Bombers on Monday. The Junior Klippers had lost their past six Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League games heading into the two-game set against the Bombers on Monday and Tuesday. On Monday, the Klippers earned a hard-fought victory over the…

Storm team wins gold

Under-11 team dominates at the Aurora Open soccer tournament in Saskatoon; other local teams do well

Storm team wins goldClarion staff The Kindersley under-11 Storm team earned gold medals this past weekend at the Aurora Open soccer tournament in Saskatoon. The event was a big one, featuring 112 teams in all age divisions. The U11 team, with players from Kindersley and Rosetown, was dominant in this tournament, winning four straight games. They had just…

Santa arrives on Saturday to kick off Christmas in Kindersley

The event, hosted by Downtown Kindersley Association, includes great shopping deals, wagon rides and a free movie

Santa arrives on Saturday to kick off Christmas in KindersleyClarion staff The Christmas season officially kicks off in Kindersley on Saturday. The Downtown Kindersley Association is hosting the Christmas Starts Today event and Santa is scheduled to make an appearance. There will also be two free showings of the movie Despicable Me 3, at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the Sunset Theatre. This…

Housing First can curb the high cost of homelessness

Homelessness costs Canadians big money without addressing the causes

Housing First can curb the high cost of homelessnessFor most of his life, Murray Barr was an ordinary American. Everything changed abruptly when his story of personal tragedy and period of homelessness created a media frenzy. Malcom Gladwell, in his article Million Dollar Murray, used Murray as an example of how homelessness was costing taxpayers in Reno, Nevada, around $1 million despite Murray not…

Could bitcoin become the world’s only currency?

It seems fair to say that the world is gradually moving towards the e-currency as a global currency

Could bitcoin become the world’s only currency?In a short space of time bitcoin has gone from being a novel idea thought up by a mysterious character named Satoshi Nakamato to a worldwide phenomenon used in 131 countries across the globe. It reached an all-time trading high of $2,000 earlier this year, and continues to make a case for being a prime…

Three ways technology will change the world in the next decade

Cars that drive themselves, casinos that come to you and deliveries that don't involve humans makes the future look rather exciting

Three ways technology will change the world in the next decadeTechnology moves at such a pace, it can sometimes seem hard to keep up. Less than 10 years ago, nobody had seen an iPhone, let alone an iPad. It is therefore fair to assume that, in another decade's time, we'll be accustomed to seeing things we can barely imagine now – all in our everyday…
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