Local woman fined for multitude of offences

Crown prosecutor tells Kindersley court that Tara Wolf’s addictions are ‘out of control’

Local woman fined for multitude of offencesTara Wolf has received several fines for driving-related offences even though she says she only drove a short distance before police stopped her in October. Dorinda Stahl, the Crown prosecutor, told Kindersley provincial court on Feb. 20 that she had a joint submission to present. Wolf’s charges included driving with a blood-alcohol content higher than…

Man found guilty of taking work truck without permission

Jacob Mandel receives conditional discharge, ordered to pay $500 to the company, plus a $100 victim surcharge

Man found guilty of taking work truck without permissionJacob Mandel has received a conditional discharge in Kindersley provincial court for taking a company truck without permission. He has also been ordered to pay restitution. Dorinda Stahl, the Crown prosecutor, said that the accused was working for the company but didn’t have permission to take the truck. Court heard that before Mandel made it…

Kindersley U13 Storm team dials up gold medal

Outdoor soccer registration to be held between March 5 and 27. The club’s annual general meeting has been set for March 20

Kindersley U13 Storm team dials up gold medalClarion staff Three Kindersley Storm FC teams competed in the SUSC soccer tournament in Saskatoon on the weekend and two came back with medals. The under-13 squad earned a gold medal with a 3-2 victory in the gold medal championship, in the eight-team draw, over the Prince Albert Celtic. To get there, the Storm ended…

The business was in his blood

Lorne Staples reflects on 70 years of serving the Kindersley community as Staples Apparel Company closes its doors for good

The business was in his bloodJoan Janzen of The Clarion Staples Apparel Company in Kindersley conducted its final day of sales on Feb. 10. Owner Lorne Staples recalls the origins of this family business, which began 70 years ago at its present location at 209 Main Street. “My dad, Don Staples, and my uncle, John Staples, started the business 70…

Fire destroys historic Kindersley building

The former apartment building was converted into a 22-bed hospital in the 1920s, then converted back into apartment buildings. It was shuttered in 2012.

Fire destroys historic Kindersley building  Fire devours former hospital A part of history disappeared forever, consumed by fire early on Valentine’s Day. The Kindersley Fire department was called at 7:56 a.m. and took just six minutes to arrive on scene. A mutual aid call was sent out soon after and members of the Kerrobert Fire Dept. attended. The building…

More than $2,600 raised at TNT

Talent night features students from Kindersley Composite and Elizabeth Schools

More than $2,600 raised at TNTClarion staff We all know that our Kindersley youth have a lot of talent and each year at the Talent Night Telemiracle, it comes to the forefront, while raising money for a great cause. The event features students from Kindersley Composite School and Elizabeth School showing off their skills. This year, the 22 acts included…

Kindersley athletes compete in Winter Games

Five male and female hockey players are members of the Team Rivers West squads

Kindersley athletes compete in Winter GamesClarion staff The Saskatchewan Winter Games kicked off in North Battleford on Saturday with more than 1,700 athletes representing nine districts in the province and competing in 17 sports. Five athletes from Kindersley will compete with Team Rivers West in male and female hockey. In male hockey, players Ethan Hilbig and Carter Cormier will compete.…

KCS basketball teams enjoy strong weekend

Junior boys remain undefeated, having won four tournaments. They head to Biggar now for the district championships

KCS basketball teams enjoy strong weekendClarion staff The Kindersley Composite School junior boys basketball team just keeps on winning. The boys won three straight games in Swift Current to win a tournament. They defeated Weyburn 100-41. Herbert 88-50 and Swift Current 86-46. It was the fourth tournament they’ve won this year – and they have not lost a game. They…

Glauser faces three years in jail as a result of fraud

Travel agent walked away from her Kindersley business in January 2016 and complaints started to surface

Glauser faces three years in jail as a result of fraudThe facts of a fraud case against a former Kindersley travel agent detail a downward spiral of events that led to her charge, a guilty plea and a prison sentence. Leslie Glauser, who operated T & T Travel Ltd., pleaded guilty in December to a single count of fraud with an amount exceeding $5,000 in…

Kindersley riding byelection information for voters

Eligibility, advance poll dates and locations, registration deadline for March 1 provincial riding vote

Kindersley riding byelection information for votersClarion Staff A byelection has been called for the Kindersley provincial riding on March 1 and Elections Saskatchewan officials are reminding eligible residents to get on the voters list if they’re not already registered. Residents can go to www.elections.sk.ca for information. Saskatchewan Party candidate Ken Francis, New Democratic Party of Saskatchewan candidate Travis Hebert and…

Peewee Falcons face Rosetown in Game 2 of provincials on Wednesday

Minor hockey roundup: Atom Klippers win first round of playoffs against Macklin

Peewee Falcons face Rosetown in Game 2 of provincials on WednesdayKindersley Peewee Falcons Feb. 10 provincial game: The Kindersley Source for Sports Falcons had their first provincial game on Saturday versus the Rosetown Redwings in what was expected to be a close game – and it was, at 3-3. Rosetown got off to an early lead three minutes in off a wraparound, catching the Falcons by…

Ex-travel agent’s victims lost more than $1 million, Kindersley court told

Leslie Glauser has been sentenced to three years in jail after more than 250 complaints. She must also pay back nearly $200,000

Ex-travel agent’s victims lost more than $1 million, Kindersley court toldClarion Staff Leslie Glauser has been sentenced to three years in jail after a joint submission was made to Kindersley provincial court on Tuesday. Crown prosecutor Darren Howarth presented the submission as Glauser, a former travel agent who owned and operated T & T Travel in Kindersley, sat beside her lawyer Robert Robbenhaar. Howarth presented…

Man gets elevated fine for impaired driving

Three drunk-driving cases in Kindersley court on Jan. 16

Man gets elevated fine for impaired drivingMarcus Holmes has pleaded guilty to drinking and driving, and has received an elevated fine due to a previous conviction for driving under the influence. Holmes was before Kindersley provincial court on a set of charges including impaired operation of a motor vehicle and dangerous driving, but the accused pleaded guilty to driving with his…