Klippers begin training camp tomorrow

Head coach Geoff Grimwood is returning for his third year at the helm and he says things are shaping up for a strong season

Klippers begin training camp tomorrowKevin McBain of The Clarion It’s that time of year when you can start saying goodbye to the hot weather, school is about to restart and hockey players are digging out their gear for another season. The ice is in and the Jr. Klippers are getting ready for the 25th season of Saskatchewan Junior Hockey…

Kindersley Stallions win Sask Landing Cup

‘We were down eight, but we all said that we are going to win this one and we took the momentum and won’

Kindersley Stallions win Sask Landing CupKevin McBain of The Clarion The first-year Kindersley Stallions won the Sask Landing Cup in fine fashion on Friday night over the Gull Lake Greyhounds. In game three of the best-of-three finals with the Greyhounds (Senior AA Tier 5 champions) in Kindersley, the Stallions had to make a comeback worthy of the record books. The…

Local youth golfer tests skills at Glen Abbey

Keaton Cote also got to play a hole with Dustin Johnson, the current number-one ranked golfer in the world

Local youth golfer tests skills at Glen AbbeyKenneth Brown of The Clarion Junior golfer Keaton Cote of Kindersley has finished third in a national skills competition at the famed Glen Abbey course – and that wasn't his only memorable experience at the Toronto-area course. Cote, 11, travelled to Oakville, Ont., in July to compete in the Future Links National Golf Skills Challenge…

Town to work with basketball group on proposed project

Outdoor court planned for under-utilized park won't cost Kindersley taxpayers a cent, council told

Town to work with basketball group on proposed projectKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley’s elected officials have shown their support to a local group looking to build a full-sized basketball court in Elks Park on Queen Drive. Jason Hankewich, a representative of Kindersley Basketball, appeared before town council on Aug. 14 and told officials he wants to involve the Town of Kindersley in…

Raiders win FVBL championship; prepare for provincials

The Raiders and the Stallions are joining forces to head to provincials this weekend in Yorkton

Raiders win FVBL championship; prepare for provincialsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Raiders are Fertile Valley Baseball League champions! The Raiders defeated the first-year Kindersley Stallions in two straight games last week to win the best-of-three championship series and earn their second title in the past three years. Both games featured some top pitching and great defence. The deciding game,…

Raiders win game one of FVBL final; game two goes tonight

Ace Tyler McKee will take to the mound for the Raiders while Corson Harris gets the nod for the Stallions in what should be an epic pitchers’ duel

Raiders win game one of FVBL final; game two goes tonightKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Raiders have a 1-0 series lead, in the best-of-three Fertile Valley League Baseball Championship finals, after a win over the Kindersley Stallions Monday night. The two teams had yesterday off in preparation for game two that will go tonight at 7:30 p.m. on Berard Field. Ace Tyler McKee…

Local racer has ups and downs at NASCAR event

Jason Hankewich drove his No. 25 Chevolet Impala to a 17th place finish in the first 100-lap race, with a 14th place finish in the second race

Local racer has ups and downs at NASCAR eventKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley’s Jason Hankewich had an eventful night in Saskatoon last week when he took on several of Canada’s best stock car drivers in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. Hankewich took his Bounty Creek Farms/Get-A-Grip Tire Chevrolet to Wyant Group Raceway in Saskatoon on July 26 to compete in the Velocity Prairie…

Plenty of high octane excitement at Kindersley dirt drags

Tractor classes included mini pullers, modified minis, a super modified mini, smokers, modified and super modified

Plenty of high octane excitement at Kindersley dirt dragsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Mud racing and tractor pulling fans old and new had a lot to cheer about on the weekend when the sounds of raw horsepower rang out loudly from east of Kindersley. After a one-year hiatus, the Canadian Mud Racing Organization (CMRO) returned to the East-Forty Motorplex five miles east of…