Powerful storm system wreaks havoc on community

High winds, heavy rain cause widespread damage and some flooding

Powerful storm system wreaks havoc on community  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion A severe storm system and suspected plow wind has left its mark on Kindersley with varying degrees of damage to structures throughout the community. The Kindersley area was placed under a severe thunder storm warning on July 10 and at approximately 7 p.m., a violent storm system was unleashed…

Youth pull handcarts across the prairie in pioneer re-enactment

Through heat and driving winds, they slept in tents, ate biscuits and stew, and struggled to pull and push a loaded cart over the hills and mud ruts

Youth pull handcarts across the prairie in pioneer re-enactment  Contributed story For four days from July 6-9, a group of 80 Saskatchewan teenagers gave up cellphones and the comforts of home to don pioneer clothing and pull handcarts for 30 km across the open prairie. Through exhausting heat and driving winds, they slept in tents, ate biscuits and stew, and struggled to pull…

Only five draws left in Chase the Ace

A total of $5,873 has been won by the 21 draw winners and the draws are held every other Thursday

Only five draws left in Chase the AceKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Community Service Group is hopeful ticket sales ramp up for its Chase the Ace draw with only five draws remaining before the draw ends. The most recent draw took place on July 5 at the Elks Hall. Darlene May, a volunteer that helps to sell Chase the Ace…

Town to customize incentive for local company

Rocky Mountain Dealerships Inc., owner of the Case IH dealership, plans to develop a parcel of land on the south side of Highway 7

Town to customize incentive for local companyKenneth Brown of The Clarion Town officials are going to customize a tax incentive for a local farm implement dealership looking to develop a parcel of land on the east edge of town. Rocky Mountain Dealerships Inc., owner of the Case IH dealership on 12th Ave. West, has plans to develop a parcel of land…

Legion serves community and beyond

Meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month at the Legion Hall at 7:30 p.m. The branch welcomes new members and those who want to find out more

Legion serves community and beyondKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has been a fixture in town for several decades and its members continue to be active in the community. There are several ways to support a community, and joining a service club or fraternal organization is one way to give back. Membership…

Community celebrates KCS graduating class of 2018

Valedictorian Kevin Pinno encouraged the graduates to think back to the positive things

Community celebrates KCS graduating class of 2018Clarion Staff The Class of 2018 from Kindersley Composite School (KCS) has celebrated its achievements and graduates are moving on to the next chapters of their lives. The formal graduation exercises were held at the Co-op Arena on June 28. A total of 64 graduates shared the stage to wrap up their final formal task…

Kindersley Mason receives special recognition

Harold Appleby given the provincial Grand Master’s Masonic Meritorious Service Award after 63 years of active service

Kindersley Mason receives special recognitionKenneth Brown of The Clarion Harold Appleby has been a member of the Kindersley Masonic Lodge for 63 years and his influence on a provincial grand master earned him special recognition. The long-time Mason has received the Grand Master’s Masonic Meritorious Service Award, a provincial honour that is given out at the direction of the…

Gathering teddies for comfort

Local family spearheads effort to raise funds to comfort sick children in hospital

Gathering teddies for comfortKeagan Brown Student Reporter Teddy Bears Anonymous (TBA) raises funds for bears to give to sick kids in hospitals or ambulances in Saskatchewan. The organization was started by Luke Lawrence of Regina, in memory of his daughter and is run 100 per cent by volunteers and donations. The program is in 11 hospitals and 20…

Elizabeth students’ work included in books

Stories and poems, along with other student submissions from across Canada, were published in two books. The works of seven local students are included

Elizabeth students’ work included in booksKevin McBain of The Clarion Seven Grade 6 students from Elizabeth Middle School can now say they are published authors. Emilie Van Dyk, Justice LaClare, Alexus Bellisle, Ava Watchel, Mason Kucher, Lyndon Campbell and Lexi Pearce just received their books last week that their short stories and poems have been published in. Selected stories and…

Crisis organization shares shelter plan with residents

Information night intended to reduce any concerns people have with the shelter project, which is in its infancy

Crisis organization shares shelter plan with residents  The West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre is looking to build a safe shelter in Kindersley and information has been shared with the community. The crisis centre and Town of Kindersley held an information night on June 19 at Caleb Village to discuss the proposed West Central Safe Shelter Project. The shelter has…
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