Eaton graduates begin a new chapter

Brett Stimson, Kara Richardson, Colton Aldridge, Skye Radies, Scott Hills, Nathan Ritchie, Breanne Follensbee, Aaron Keith and Maxwell Eckstein all graduate

Eaton graduates begin a new chapterKeagan Brown, Student Reporter Saturday, June 9 marked the day that the Grade 12 class of Eaton high school were officially recognized as the graduating class of 2018 in their school. This year, there are nine graduates, Brett Stimson, Kara Richardson, Colton Aldridge, Skye Radies, Scott Hills, Nathan Ritchie, Breanne Follensbee, Aaron Keith and Maxwell…

Coin flip decides tournament champions

The West Central Saskatchewan Oilmen’s Association 42nd annual golf tournament ended in a tie

Coin flip decides tournament championsClarion Staff The West Central Saskatchewan Oilmen’s Association (WCSOA) has held its 42nd annual golf tournament, and it ended in a tie at the top of the leaderboard. Teams of two golfers gathered at the Kindersley Regional Park & Golf Course on May 26 for the WCSOA tournament. A total of 68 teams and 136…

Man pleads guilty to range of charges

Stephen Woolstencroft pleads guilty to committing common assault, uttering threats, possessing a controlled substance and failing to attend court

Man pleads guilty to range of chargesStephen Woolstencroft has pleaded guilty to a range of charges and he was in Kindersley provincial court on May 15 to be sentenced on his different convictions. John Knox, the Crown prosecutor, said he had worked out a joint resolution with Woolstencroft to present to the court. The accused faced a long list of charges,…

Eighteen KCS athletes qualify for provincials

Track and field championships to be held this weekend in Prince Albert

Eighteen KCS athletes qualify for provincialsClarion staff Eighteen young athletes from Kindersley Composite School (KCS) have earned a chance to compete in the provincial track and field championships that will be held this weekend in Prince Albert. They competed this past weekend in Outlook at the West Central District Meet and had to finish in first or second place to…

Students and seniors working together

Westberry students and residents from Caleb Village help each other plant flowers

Students and seniors working togetherClarion staff This year Grade 2 students were able to learn about gardening from some very experienced gardeners. The Westberry students and some of the residents from Caleb Village helped each other plant some flowers recently. “I had went to teachers’ camp – SaskOutdoors this past summer and this was one of the ideas they…

FVBL season gets underway

Busy schedule as all Kindersley teams see action

FVBL season gets underwayClarion staff The Fertile Valley Senior Baseball League season kicked of this past week with all of the Kindersley teams seeing action. Game 1 kicked off last Tuesday (May 22) with the Kindersley Royals defeating the Klippers 3-2. Thursday, the tides were turned on the Royals as they lost 14-3 to the defending champion Kindersley…

CAO Morton announces departure from Town of Kindersley

‘We will begin our search for a new CAO immediately,’ says the mayor

CAO Morton announces departure from Town of KindersleyClarion staff Bernie Morton, the Town of Kindersley’s chief administrative officer (CAO) since 2012, has announced his resignation to pursue other professional opportunities. His last official day will be July 20. “It is with deep appreciation and some sadness that we accept Bernie’s resignation and wish him well as he pursues the next stage of…

Special Olympians earn medals at bowling tournament

Athletes from the area are also involved in track and field, snowshoeing and bocce. And there’s room for more activities, depending on volunteers

Special Olympians earn medals at bowling tournamentKevin McBain of The Clarion The competitive season for athletes who are part of the Kindersley and District Special Olympics organization is winding down. In their most recent action, several athletes attended the annual Bob Pedde five-pin bowling championships in Saskatoon and came back with several awards. The event held April 28 and 29 featured…

Man pleads guilty to thefts and DUI

Jesse Wallner fined $1,300, loses licence for 12 months for refusing to provide a breath sample; gets 12-month conditional sentence for stealing

Man pleads guilty to thefts and DUIClarion Staff Jesse Wallner has been sentenced for crimes including theft and driving under the influence of alcohol in Kindersley provincial court on May 15. He received a range of penalties. The accused pleaded guilty to a breath sample demand refusal and to two counts of theft under $5,000. John Knox, the Crown prosecutor, said…

Local spray company part of wildfire program

Kindersley Airspray’s fleet will be part of efforts to tackle wildfires in the West Central Region

Local spray company part of wildfire programJamac News Services Kindersley Airspray’s fleet of Thrush 510Ps can carry 510 gallons of water or foam and may be put to good use this dry summer. Wildfires in the West Central Region may see a quicker response from the air by a local aerial application company, thanks to a provincial government initiative to contract…