Up and down stretch continues for Klippers

Coach Clayton Jardine said the power play was disappointing and his team has been outworked

Up and down stretch continues for KlippersBy Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers are going through a tough stretch of games since late in December and the tough times were added to last weekend. Kindersley has played seven games since the Christmas break and the team has a record of 3-3-1-0 in that stretch. The Klippers have…

Risk still exists as flu season winds down

Seven people have died in Saskatchewan due to seasonal influenza this season and three of the deaths involved children in their pre-school years

Risk still exists as flu season winds downKenneth Brown of The Clarion The risk of contracting the influenza virus still exists, and people can still be immunized to prevent against getting sick as the flu season winds down. The ministry of health publishes weekly influenza surveillance reports and the most recent report available on Tuesday morning is for the week ending on…

Sharing music for 19 years and loving it

Kindersley Community Choir director Clayton Braybrook works to inspire others

Sharing music for 19 years and loving it  Joan Janzen for The Clarion Clayton Braybrook of Kindersley has been directing the Kindersley Community Choir for 19 years and loving it! “Sharing music is a passion of mine, in any form. I love it!” he said, “I grew up with choirs. When I got the opportunity to take the reins, I grasped it…

Aquatic centre could open early in March, official says

Workers are putting finishing touches on some parts of the long-awaited facility

Aquatic centre could open early in March, official saysKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Aquatic Centre is getting closer to opening its doors to the public, perhaps as soon as March 2. Construction of the facility began in the middle part of 2017, so the project has been ongoing for roughly 18 months. At the end of 2017, the hopes of town…

Sr. Klippers suffer consecutive losses after streak

Kindersley was scheduled to host the Wilkie Outlaws on Jan. 19 but the game was postponed due to a snowstorm

Sr. Klippers suffer consecutive losses after streakKenneth Brown of The Clarion It took 16 games for a team to beat the Kindersley Sr. Klippers in the 2018-19 season – now they’ve lost two consecutive games since the streak was snapped. The team suffered its first loss of the season 5-3 to the Macklin Mohawks back on Jan. 13 in Macklin. The…

Fine dining event supports Special Olympics

An annual fundraising evening offered fine food and entertainment served up by a local business and volunteers

Fine dining event supports Special Olympics  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion An annual evening of fine food and entertainment served up by a local business is helping to support the athletes involved with Special Olympics Kindersley. Each year the Kindersley branch of Hub International sponsors an evening of fine dining and proceeds from the event have gone to a different…

Sr. Klippers finally lose game, thanks to Mohawks

Coach Matt Glencross says the team needs to move on and get back to work

Sr. Klippers finally lose game, thanks to MohawksKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Sr. Klippers have suffered their first loss of the season and coach Matt Glencross says he believes the team could benefit from the experience. Kindersley went into action this past weekend with a perfect 14-0 record. The team played two road games starting with a win on Jan.…

Klippers split road games in La Ronge

Ty Enns stepped up in the win with two goals and two assists. Goalie Justen Close stopped 37 of 39 shots

Klippers split road games in La RongeKenneth Brown of The Clarion It has been tough sledding since Christmas for the Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers and they dropped a second game in two weeks to the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s worst team. Kindersley headed north for a pair of games against the last place La Ronge Ice Wolves last weekend. The Klippers…

Future West Central Abilities facility will offer new opportunities

We do skills development, recreation and leisure, as well as vocational work: executive director Kim Edmunds

Future West Central Abilities facility will offer new opportunitiesJoan Janzen for The Clarion West Central Abilities has waited a long time for a new facility in Kindersley, but it looks like their new building will materialize in the near future, to be located at 122 1st Avenue West. “We’ve been in the planning stages for a long time. We’re hiring an architect to…

Residents express concerns with proposed park

Possible BMX area at O’Connor Park not supported. Drainage issues after heavy rain cited as one challenge

Residents express concerns with proposed parkKenneth Brown of The Clarion A group of residents in the O’Connor Crescent area have presented their concerns to the town’s elected officials regarding a proposed park project. The residents appeared as a delegation at a town council meeting on Jan. 14 concerned about the possibility of a BMX area being built at O’Connor Park.…

Local players part of Klippers’ ongoing success

Kyle Bosch, Justen Close and Damon McKenzie are all enjoying the opportunity to play for their hometown junior hockey team

Local players part of Klippers’ ongoing successKenneth Brown of The Clarion Three local products are having success with the Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers and they are playing important roles on one of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s top teams. Kyle Bosch, Justen Close and Damon McKenzie all say they are enjoying the opportunity to play for their hometown junior hockey team.…

Klippers rebound from rough games after break

SJHL team is first in its division and second overall

Klippers rebound from rough games after break  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers look to be back on track after a shutout win following an overtime loss on home ice versus the league’s worst team. Kindersley has played four games since coming off a 12-day break over the holidays. The Klippers are 2-1-1-0 since the break, and…

Sr. Klippers win two close games to stay unbeaten

The SWHL team has had to overcome to severe obstacles to stay perfect

Sr. Klippers win two close games to stay unbeatenKenneth Brown of The Clarion A long undefeated streak for the Kindersley Sr. Klippers remains in tact after two close games and a disallowed goal in overtime on the weekend. The Sr. Klippers are 14-0, so they have yet to be beaten in the 2018-19 season. The team’s 28 points is good enough for first…

Diverse singer-songwriter up next in music series

East Coast performer Erin Costelo will be in Kindersley next week

Diverse singer-songwriter up next in music seriesKenneth Brown of The Clarion The music of Erin Costelo covers a range of genres, and the east coast singer-songwriter will be in Kindersley to perform early next week. Costelo hits the stage at the Norman Ritchie Community Centre on Jan. 15 starting at 7:30 p.m., so the show is next Tuesday. The Costelo performance…