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…

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…

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…

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…

Bikers brave the cold for charity ride

More than 90 toys were donated to the West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre

Bikers brave the cold for charity rideKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Legion held its second annual Poker Rally and Toy Run on the weekend, and several bikers got out despite the chilly weather conditions. A total of about 30 motorcycles gathered outside the Legion Hall on Sept. 1 to participate in the Poker Rally and Toy Run. The participants…

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…

Helping her town be the best it can be

Louise Campbell continues to lend a hand with various organizations, just as she has for decades

Helping her town be the best it can be  Joan Janzen of The Clarion Louise Campbell is not only a long-time resident of Kindersley, but also a long-time volunteer. “I’ve lived in town since 1968; now I’m trying to phase out of volunteering, because of age.” In spite of her efforts to “phase out of volunteering,” I found her at the United Church…

Council discusses O’Connor Park feedback, concerns

Uses proposed by the town include basketball, tennis, miniature golf, beach volleyball, bocce ball or lawn bowling, and an open green space

Council discusses O’Connor Park feedback, concernsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley town council members have received public feedback on potential uses for a municipal reserve space at O’Connor Park in Rosedale. The town invited residents to provide feedback with respect to exploring ideas for potential uses on dedicated municipal reserve land on the north side of O’Connor Park. The parcel…

Calling all ghouls, goblins and scary clowns

Shocktober haunted house is having a meeting next week to recruit actors and other volunteers to help out in various ways

Calling all ghouls, goblins and scary clowns  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Players are raising their Shocktober haunted house from the grave, and the group is having a meeting next week to recruit actors and helpers. Judy Lavoie, a spokesperson for the Kindersley Players, said the group is in need of volunteers to act in Shocktober and to help…

Local ball players loved national tournament experience

Kyle Donaldson, Corson Harris and Dallas McGrath played for Team Saskatchewan in the 2018 21U Men’s Championship

Local ball players loved national tournament experienceKenneth Brown of The Clarion Three of Kindersley’s finest young ball players have returned after playing for their province and they all say the tournament was an awesome experience. Kyle Donaldson, Corson Harris and Dallas McGrath played for Team Saskatchewan in the 2018 21U Men’s Championship on Aug. 16-19 in St. Thomas, Ont. Team Saskatchewan…

Giving back to the community and its history

Eugene Heit has volunteered at the Kindersley Plains Museum for the past 16 years and puts in 2,000 hours a year

Giving back to the community and its history  Joan Janzen for The Clarion It’s obvious that volunteer Eugene Heit takes much pride in the work he does and has done at the Kindersley Plains Museum for the past 16 years. Eugene volunteers 2,000 hours a year at the museum, the equivalent of full-time employment. “I enjoy coming out here and giving back…

Low-risk obstetrics program to start in Kindersley

A Primary Health Care Service Needs Assessment released in 2015 identified the lack of obstetrical services as a huge gap in the women’s health program

Low-risk obstetrics program to start in KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Clarion It has been several years since babies have been born in Kindersley on a regular basis, but a new obstetrics program will be starting up early in September. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) announced on Aug. 24 that a revitalized obstetrics program is going to start on Sept. 4 at…

Legion poker rally and toy run returns

Bikers are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy to be donated to the West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre

Legion poker rally and toy run returnsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley area bikers looking to go on a late summer cruise, win cash and support a good cause at the same time could do it all at the beginning of September. The second annual Legion Poker Rally and Toy Run is being presented by the Kindersley Legion on Sept. 1,…

Kids experiencing a ride of a lifetime

Vacation Bible School camping theme at the Kindersley Alliance Church offered various activities to 40 children

Kids experiencing a ride of a lifetimeJoan Janzen of The Clarion “Rolling River Rampage” was the Vacation Bible School camping theme at the Kindersley Alliance Church, where 40 children participated in various activities. The fun began on the morning of Aug. 20 until noon, and would continue until Friday, Aug. 24.
1 6 7 8 9 10 17