Staying connected is essential for pastor

Lloyd Griffith strives to be involved in the community and, in particular, help those with disabilities

Staying connected is essential for pastorJoan Janzen of The Clarion When Lloyd Griffith became aware of West Central Abilities’ need for more space, he opened the doors of Clearview Community Church, where he serves as pastor. “Their office is here, clothing distribution is here, and the church board approved offering space for a community garden. It’s a mutual relationship.” said…

Klippers still looking for more goal production

After 22 games this season, they have a record of 13-6-2-1 for 29 points, good enough for second in their division and third in the league

Klippers still looking for more goal productionKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers have finally gotten back into the win column after a string of losses. The team has been struggling to light the lamp. Kindersley returned to home ice last weekend after four Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League games on the road in Wilcox, Weyburn, Estevan and Melfort.…

Town holding off on cannabis retailer decision

The mayor wants to talk to other municipalities with retail stores first to see what should be kept in mind

Town holding off on cannabis retailer decisionKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley’s mayor says council has decided to indefinitely defer its decision about whether to allow a cannabis retail store in the community. The town’s elected officials said earlier in 2018 that they would wait until the federal and provincial framework was in place to regulate the sale and use of…

Troy Becker wins Eatonia mayoral election

Becker, who replaces former mayor Steve Schwartz, was just finishing his ninth year as a councillor

Troy Becker wins Eatonia mayoral electionKenneth Brown of The Clarion Results have been announced after a byelection in the Town of Eatonia and voters in the community have elected Troy Becker to be the town’s new mayor. The byelection was held on Oct. 24 and there were two candidates running for the position of mayor. The two candidates were Becker…

Remembrance Day service set for this Sunday

Kindersley Legion is holding its annual community service at St. Paul’s United Church

Remembrance Day service set for this SundayKenneth Brown of The Clarion It is that time of year again when community members gather to remember the sacrifices made by men and women who have served and died on the battlefield. Remembrance Day is on a Sunday this year, and the Kindersley Legion is holding its annual community service at St. Paul’s United…

Sr. Klippers win first game of season

The team returns to the ice this Friday in Luseland

Sr. Klippers win first game of seasonKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Sr. Klippers have kicked off their season on a winning note on the road. The team will see a lot of action on the road in the next two weeks. The Klippers won their first game of the season on Nov. 3 in Biggar where the team squeaked…

The secret to staying young

Longtime volunteer Bill Mullock says you need to keep working, putting your skills to good use

The secret to staying youngJoan Janzen of The Clarion Bill Mullock has been volunteering in some capacity for the past 30 years. During warmer months, he can be found helping his nephew on the farm, where he is the “go for” guy, going for this and going for that. During winter months, Bill helps out at the Salvation Army…

Klippers take losses on tough road trip

‘We’re still playing the way that we want to play,’ said head coach Clayton Jardine

Klippers take losses on tough road tripKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers will look to rebound tonight in Melfort after a tough three-game road trip with three losses in three consecutive nights. The Klippers only managed to pick up one of six possible Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League points on the road trip with two losses in regulation…

Solo folk performer up next for arts council

Ian Sherwood, a singer-songwriter from Halifax, appears on the Norman Ritchie Community Centre stage on Nov. 9

Solo folk performer up next for arts councilKenneth Brown of The Clarion A talented folk artist from the east coast will be in Kindersley on Friday as the next performer up for the arts council’s Stars for Saskatchewan series. Ian Sherwood, a musician and singer-songwriter from Halifax, N.S., is performing on Nov. 9 at the Norman Ritchie Community Centre at 7:30 p.m.…

Art auction fundraiser goes well for agency

Approximately 100 people attended the event for West Central Abilities

Art auction fundraiser goes well for agencyKenneth Brown of The Clarion The work of several local artists and contributors has gone up for auction to help raise money for an important building project within the community. West Central Abilities Inc., an agency that provides services to adults living with disabilities, held its first Art Extravaganza fundraiser on Nov. 3 at St.…

KCS students go big for cancer fundraiser

KCS students go big for cancer fundraiserKenneth Brown of The Clarion Students at Kindersley Composite School (KCS) have broken their record by raising more money than ever before through an annual breast cancer fundraiser. The Student Leadership Council (SLC) has been raising money for breast cancer research for the past eight years as part of the school’s “Think Pink” week, and…

New grocery store plans to open this year

Buy Low Foods expects to open, if all goes well, before the end of the year

New grocery store plans to open this yearClarion Staff People in Kindersley and area are going to have another grocery option before the end of 2018. Buy-Low Foods is preparing its new space in the Kindersley Mall. Buy-Low Foods will become one of the mall’s anchor stores and it is taking over the space most recently occupied by another grocer. Peavey Mart…

Klippers on five-game winning streak

The Klippers are 8-0-1 in the past nine games with the only blemish being a 3-2 overtime loss at the hands of the Yorkton Terriers

Klippers on five-game winning streakKenneth Brown of The Clarion It took two shootout wins last week for the Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers to continue a current hot streak. The team has earned points in nine straight games. The Klippers are 8-0-1 in the past nine games with the only blemish being a 3-2 overtime loss at the hands of…

Immunization clinics ongoing across province

People are encouraged to get the flu shot to protect themselves and others

Immunization clinics ongoing across provinceKenneth Brown of The Clarion Health officials in Saskatchewan have launched their annual immunization campaign for seasonal influenza, and walk-in clinics are starting to take place. The first walk-in clinic for Kindersley took place yesterday in the boardroom at the Kindersley & District Health Centre. The official launch of the immunization campaign was Oct. 22.…

Council investment to promote tourism in Kindersley

Staff recommend advertising the town in the Southern Saskatchewan Tourism magazine

Council investment to promote tourism in KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Clarion The town’s elected officials have decided to make an investment in the local tourism sector after hearing a presentation at a meeting on Monday night. Chelsea Omness, the recreation manager for Kindersley, and Anna Polsfut, a communications clerk for the town, teamed up to make a presentation to council on…