Food Farm program held over two days

The threshing club seeds about five acres of a field west of the museum compound using horses and vintage farm implements

Food Farm program held over two daysKenneth Brown of The Clarion An annual Food Farm program for students has gone ahead as planned even though Mother Nature did not co-operate for a seeding demonstration on the same day. The Kindersley Antique Threshing Club was scheduled to hold its annual seeding demonstration on June 15 at the Kindersley and District Plains Museum,…

Credit Union celebrates 75 years

Synergy’s history dates back to 1943 when the Lloydminster Credit Union was originally established. The maximum loan available in 1944 was $500

Credit Union celebrates 75 yearsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Synergy Credit Union has celebrated 75 years of history going back to the pre-amalgamation years of credit unions started in Lloydminster and Kindersley. The local Synergy CU branch in Kindersley hosted a 75th anniversary celebration on June 15. The staff served a beef-on-a-bun lunch to people in attendance and a…

Temporary septic tanks approved for local business

Highlights from the Kindersley town council meeting on June 11

Temporary septic tanks approved for local businessKenneth Brown of The Clarion Town officials have approved temporary septic tanks for a local business with plans to develop land that is outside the reach of the town’s sewer system. Rocky Mountain Equipment Canada Ltd. operates a farm implement dealership on 12th Avenue West. The company has asked council for permission to supply, install…

Local woman helping raise money for cancer research

Kindersley’s Crystal Scribner knows all too well about the fight against cancer and hopes that one day soon a cure will be found

Local woman helping raise money for cancer researchKevin McBain of The Clarion In 2017 alone,  an estimated 206,300 people were diagnosed in Canada with cancer and more than 80,000 people died with the disease. The fight continues to find a cure to this deadly disease. It is a disease that affects people of all ages. Kindersley’s Crystal Scribner knows all too well…

Three-way tie for top spot in FVBL

The Oyen Eagles, Kindersley Stallions and Raiders are tied for first place heading into play this week

Three-way tie for top spot in FVBLClarion staff The Oyen Eagles, Kindersley Stallions and Raiders are tied for first place in the Fertile Valley Baseball League (FVBL) heading into play this week. The Stallions just played one game last week, an 8-2 home win over the Eatonia Wheat Kings June 13. Their match against the Kindersley Raiders scheduled for Thursday night…

Minor soccer celebrates successful season

‘Soccer continues to thrive in Kindersley thanks in large part to some great support,’ said local club president Darin Wildman

Minor soccer celebrates successful seasonKevin McBain of The Clarion Kindersley Minor soccer wrapped up its season last weekend with a fun round of games. This outdoor season saw 200 boys and girls from under-5 to under-17 participate. President of Kindersley Soccer Incorporated, Darin Wildman, said that it has been a great season. “It has been a great season,” he…

KCS celebrates student achievements

The Governor General Award given to the top student from 2017 went to Mallory Fries

KCS celebrates student achievementsThe Kindersley Composite School held its annual awards’ presentations Friday morning with student’s receiving recognition for their academic and athletic success. One of the top awards given out each year is the Governor General Award given to the top student from 2017. This year’s recipient was Mallory Fries. School and Community Council Academic Achievement Awards…

Video contest earns Eaton School $7,500

A total of 36 schools entered videos in the contest and they each had a chance to win two cash prizes

Video contest earns Eaton School $7,500  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The video made by staff and students at Eaton School in Eatonia has earned the school a cash prize after being seen more than 13,700 times on YouTube. The school won the $7,500 gold star prize after participating in an initiative by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) called The…

Kindersley Elks host provincial conference

Delegates from lodges across Saskatchewan gather for a successful annual conference

Kindersley Elks host provincial conference  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion Delegates from Elks lodges across Saskatchewan have gathered in Kindersley for their annual provincial conference. The event has been declared a success. The Saskatchewan Elks Association held its 89th provincial conference on June 7-10 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley. A total of 57 delegates attended the event on…

Eaton graduates begin a new chapter

Brett Stimson, Kara Richardson, Colton Aldridge, Skye Radies, Scott Hills, Nathan Ritchie, Breanne Follensbee, Aaron Keith and Maxwell Eckstein all graduate

Eaton graduates begin a new chapterKeagan Brown, Student Reporter Saturday, June 9 marked the day that the Grade 12 class of Eaton high school were officially recognized as the graduating class of 2018 in their school. This year, there are nine graduates, Brett Stimson, Kara Richardson, Colton Aldridge, Skye Radies, Scott Hills, Nathan Ritchie, Breanne Follensbee, Aaron Keith and Maxwell…