Regina man wins Chase the Ace pot

The final draw will still be made on Sept. 27, meaning there are still four draws for people to win money

Regina man wins Chase the Ace potKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Community Service Group’s inaugural Chase the Ace draw will continue until the licence expires even though the largest pot has already been won. A spokesperson for the draw says the final draw will still be made on Sept. 27 and it means there are still four draws in…

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…

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…

Fundraiser helps support new building project

Comedians Jody Peters and Dani Albert, and The Matt Davis Band entertained at the West Central Abilities event

Fundraiser helps support new building project    People fill up their plates at the Elks Hall on St. Patrick’s Day at a fundraiser for the day program building project for West Central Abilities Inc. (Below) Saskatchewan comedian Jody Peters entertains the crowd at the fundraiser. The entertainment included two comedians and two live bands. Kenneth Brown of The Clarion People…

St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser coming up

West Central Abilities is hosting the event on March 17 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley to help with its new day program building

St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser coming upKenneth Brown of The Clarion The colour green gets associated with St. Patrick’s Day and organizers of a fundraiser on Saturday hope to generate a special green in the form of greenbacks. West Central Abilities (WCA) Inc. is hosting the fundraiser on March 17 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley. The agency is in the…

Klippers hand out awards

This year’s MVP award went to goaltender Justen Close

Klippers hand out awardsClarion staff The Klippers held their annual awards night Saturday at the Kindersley Elks Hall, handing out awards recognizing the top players of the season. Plus/Minus - Energy Dodge - Nik Malenica Community Involvement-Kodiak Energy - Austin Nault and Thomas Bollefer Scholastic Player - Synergy Credit Union - Brendon Borbely Top Hitter - Ironhorse Energy…

Poor attendance at cannabis town hall meeting

Cannabis legalization will trickle down to provinces and municipalities

Poor attendance at cannabis town hall meetingKenneth Brown of The Clarion A town hall meeting to discuss cannabis legislation and legalization has not turned out to be as fruitful for the Town of Kindersley as officials had hoped. Approximately 40 members of the public attended the cannabis town hall meeting on Feb. 27 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley. Town officials…

Storm U17 team comes up short at provincials

Kindersley outdoor soccer registration deadline is March 27. Organization is looking for coaches, managers, board members and volunteers

Storm U17 team comes up short at provincialsKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley U17 Storm FC team competed in the six-versus-six provincial championships on the weekend . Unfortunately, didn’t come up with a win but nevertheless competed well. “We just can’t seem to finish in those close games,” said coach Darin Wildman. “We just can’t find the back of the net.”…

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.…

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…

Klippers need to score more

Despite strong goaltending, the SJHL team won just one of four games last week on the road

Kevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersely Klippers need to score more goals. The Klippers lost three of four Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League games on the road last week and it didn’t turn out the way they wanted. “It was disappointing to be honest,” said coach Geoff Grimwood. “We thought we could get at least…

Public meeting to focus on cannabis issues

After a brief presentation at Tuesday’s town hall meeting, people can ask questions and raise concerns

Public meeting to focus on cannabis issuesKenneth Brown of The Clarion People are invited to attend a town hall meeting next week to discuss the implications of new cannabis legislation expected to be adopted later in the year. The Kindersley RCMP and Town of Kindersley are hosting the town hall meeting on Cannabis Legislation at the Elks Hall on Feb. 27…