Cote brothers do well on the links

Kyler and Keaton Cote compete on the challenging Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour and play for Kindersley Composite School

Cote brothers do well on the linksKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kyler and Keaton Cote spend a lot of time on the golf course and the brothers have found a home playing in tournaments on a challenging junior golf tour. The brothers live in Kindersley and, in addition to playing on the junior tour, they have been golfing on the junior…

Staying active and offering support

Helping to raise funds for Parkinson’s research, support services, education and advocacy

Staying active and offering supportBy Joan Janzen of The Clarion Every year, for more than a decade, Nancy Kelly has participated in the Parkinson SuperWalk in Saskatoon, helping to raise funds for Parkinson’s research, support services, education and advocacy.   “I’ve been the top fundraiser in Saskatchewan for six years,” Nancy said.

Plenty to do during Goose Festival

Festival kicks off in traditional fashion with the Goose Plucking and Potato Peeling events

Plenty to do during Goose FestivalClarion Staff The 46th Kindersley Goose Festival kicks off tomorrow with the usual potato skin shredding and feather flying contests at the stage along Main Street. Goose Festival takes place on Sept. 20-23. Events take place throughout the community on all four days of the festival, but Saturday is the busiest day with events focused…

Kobras look forward to new season

The offence is expected to be in the capable hands of Hudson Bahm, who will start at quarterback

Kobras look forward to new season  By Clarion Staff Kindersley Kobras coach Tavis Lehman says he is excited to start the new high school football league season after a provincial run that resulted in a runner-up silver medal in 2017. The team graduated eight players, some of whom played on both sides of the ball. It is expected that the…

Wellness Room volunteers: We just do it!

For Joanne Kosolofski and Bev Callsen, volunteering is an integral part of their friendship

Wellness Room volunteers: We just do it!  Joan Janzen of The Clarion Joanne Kosolofski describes herself as the instigator in bringing the Wellness Room at the West Central Events Centre into existence. She started working with Heartland Health and managed to have exercise therapists conduct a 12-week program. This was followed by several years of programs being held on the track…

Only slight changes to faculty at Westberry

Great start to the new school year, says principal Chris Oscar

Only slight changes to faculty at Westberry  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion A new school year has commenced at the three schools in Kindersley, and staff changes at Westberry Elementary School involve teachers that all have experience. Principal Chris Oscar said the school is going into the new year with fewer staff and faculty members than the previous year, so there…

Fore!

A full day of golf and fun at the Kindersley Ladies Golf Tournament

Fore!  Celene Longmire tees off to start the Kindersley Ladies Golf Tournament that took place on Saturday, Sept. 8. They had the maximum amount allowed of 90 women. It was a full day of golf and fun. The two-woman teams played 18 holes of best ball. There was flight and proximity prizes, as well as…

Screen Arts film series starts this month

Local series offers a taste of the Toronto International Film Festival

Screen Arts film series starts this monthKenneth Brown of The Clarion An opportunity for people to experience a taste of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is returning this fall thanks to a special film series. Kindersley Screen Arts runs an annual film series in town and the organization acquires the rights to films from TIFF. The group shows a film…

Council approves construction firm for fire hall

Quorex Construction Ltd. of Saskatoon to handle the nearly $2.82-million project

Council approves construction firm for fire hallKenneth Brown of The Clarion The town’s elected officials have awarded the construction tender for the new fire hall to a construction firm after an exhaustive search. It took two separate request for proposals (RFP) processes to find a builder for the fire hall. The most recent efforts by the town have resulted in a…

Korbas’ season off to a rough start

Yards were hard to come by as the offence sputtered against a strong Delisle defence

Korbas’ season off to a rough start  By Clarion Staff The Kindersley Kobras kicked off the high school football season on Friday afternoon with the Delisle Rebels paying a visit. Although the out come of the game was disappointing, the coaching staff found some areas of the team that need some improvement. The offence started slowly and had trouble the whole…

Klippers tuning up with preseason games

The SJHL team will carry 23 to 25 players once the roster is finalized for the season

Klippers tuning up with preseason gamesKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers have played their first preseason game of the year after a weekend of scrimmages and games at the team’s fall camp. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team’s training camp for the 2018-19 season was held over three days this past weekend from Aug. 31 to…

Local player makes top prospects list

Offensive lineman Derek Walde of Kindersley is in his final season in the Canadian Junior Football League

Local player makes top prospects listKenneth Brown of The Clarion Derek Walde of Kindersley is in his final season in the Canadian Junior Football League, and he has been recognized as one of the league’s top prospects. The 21-year-old offensive lineman plays with the Kamloops Broncos of the league’s British Columbia Conference. Walde is in his fifth and final season…

Sports ramblings by Gervais

From the CFL to high school football to junior hockey

Sports ramblings by GervaisClarion staff This past weekend the CFL presented their Labour Day Weekend  games. A great weekend of games that prove the CFL has quality and is fun football to watch. The most anticipated game in these parts was obviously the game between the Riders and the Bombers from Winnipeg. Both halves of the game showed…

Town administration going through changes

After council hires a new CAO, the head of the administration could call for further changes

Town administration going through changesKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Town of Kindersley’s administration has changed a lot in recent months. The hiring of a new chief administrative officer (CAO) could result in new changes. Town officials have often been questioned about the size of the administration, but changes in recent months have reduced its size at least for…