Voters cast provincial byelection ballots tomorrow

The three candidates are Ken Francis of the Saskatchewan Party, Travis Hebert of the New Democratic Party and Yvonne Potter-Pihach of the Green Party

Voters cast provincial byelection ballots tomorrowClarion Staff The byelection to choose the next Kindersley MLA is tomorrow and voters will head to one of three polling stations in the community to cast their ballots. The byelection takes place at polling stations in 20 communities throughout the Kindersley constituency. The polls on March 1 run from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.…

Warrant issued for impaired driver after he fails to show at trial

Shane Gallup found guilty in Kindersley provincial court, even though he didn't show for his trial

Warrant issued for impaired driver after he fails to show at trialShane Gallup has been found guilty of impaired driving, among other charges, and a warrant was issued for his arrest because he didn’t show up for his trial. The trial was set for Feb. 20 in Kindersley provincial court. The three Crown witnesses were in attendance and Dorinda Stahl, the Crown prosecutor, said she was…

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.…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…