Local students take musical talents to honour groups

Andrew Glass, Kailey Herner, Rachel Krogstad, Chelsea Martin, Sidney Martin, Charity Klassen, Samantha Mathewson and Tia Townsend all took part

Local students take musical talents to honour groupsKenneth Brown of The Clarion A total of eight high school students from the Kindersley area have shown their musical talent as part of the 2018 Saskatchewan Honour Groups program. The honour groups consist of the Saskatchewan Honour Band and the Saskatchewan Honour Choir. The students had to audition for the annual program and they…

Local football player cracks Saskatchewan Selects roster

Shaun Cranston, a Grade 11 student at KCS, has aspirations of playing college football in the United States

Local football player cracks Saskatchewan Selects roster  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion A high school football player from Kindersley has been invited to join Saskatchewan Selects Football Program after an evaluation camp in November. Shaun Cranston, a Grade 11 student at Kindersley Composite School (KCS), has aspirations of playing college football in the United States and he will get a taste…

Remembrance Day service honours veterans

The Legion’s Poppy Fund provides tangible benefits to communities across Canada. About $17 million went back to communities in 2017

Remembrance Day service honours veterans    Kenneth Brown of The Clarion Community members have gathered to remember the sacrifices of veterans past and present on a day 100 years after the end of the First World War. The riderless horse once again led a group of Legion members and other marchers including members Air Cadets from the Legion Hall…

Kobras close out regular season with a loss in the mud and rain

The playoff are upon us. The Kobras will host Martensville this Saturday, Oct. 20, at 1 p.m.

Kobras close out regular season with a loss in the mud and rainClarion staff The KCS Kobras’ regular season ended Friday in the rain against the visiting North Battleford John Paul II Crusaders. The afternoon high school football game was played in terrible conditions, as the rain and cold temperatures settled in, leaving the field in a muddy and slippery mess.

New term brings new staff to KCS

In addition to three new teachers, there are three new educational assistants working at the school

New term brings new staff to KCSKenneth Brown of The Clarion A new year is well underway at Kindersley Composite School (KCS) and the high school has started the year with several new staff members including three teachers. In addition to the three new teachers, there are three new educational assistants working at KCS. The school also welcomed two new educational…

Kobras shine bright under the lights

The Kobras scored on every possession and the defence stymied the Spartans, resulting in a 73-6 Kindersley victory

Kobras shine bright under the lightsClarion Staff Kindersley Composite School Kobras broke out of a two-game slump Friday night under the lights against the visiting Meadow Lake Spartans. The cool damp evening proved to be just what the football team needed.

Cote brothers do well on the links

Kyler and Keaton Cote compete on the challenging Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour and play for Kindersley Composite School

Cote brothers do well on the linksKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kyler and Keaton Cote spend a lot of time on the golf course and the brothers have found a home playing in tournaments on a challenging junior golf tour. The brothers live in Kindersley and, in addition to playing on the junior tour, they have been golfing on the junior…

Korbas’ season off to a rough start

Yards were hard to come by as the offence sputtered against a strong Delisle defence

Korbas’ season off to a rough start  By Clarion Staff The Kindersley Kobras kicked off the high school football season on Friday afternoon with the Delisle Rebels paying a visit. Although the out come of the game was disappointing, the coaching staff found some areas of the team that need some improvement. The offence started slowly and had trouble the whole…

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…

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…

KCS band members travel to Seattle

Journey took them through Red Deer, Golden, Kamloops, Seattle, Chilliwack, Penticton and Banff, and included an award-winning performance

KCS band members travel to SeattleKevin McBain of The Clarion On the morning of Thursday, May 17, 2018, members of the KCS band, all 103 of them, along with 24 adults and three bus drivers began their Journey Through Music Tour – the Swan Song. Their once-every-four-year journey took them through Red Deer, Golden, Kamloops, Seattle, Chilliwack, Penticton and Banff.…

Eighteen KCS athletes qualify for provincials

Track and field championships to be held this weekend in Prince Albert

Eighteen KCS athletes qualify for provincialsClarion staff Eighteen young athletes from Kindersley Composite School (KCS) have earned a chance to compete in the provincial track and field championships that will be held this weekend in Prince Albert. They competed this past weekend in Outlook at the West Central District Meet and had to finish in first or second place to…

KCS basketball teams close to earning spots at Hoopla

Mixed results at regional tournaments for boys and girls, but coaches pleased with efforts and season

KCS basketball teams close to earning spots at HooplaKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Composite School senior girls have had a great season and came very close to making it to the provincial championships. The girls were at the 3A regional tournament in Lumsden on the weekend and did very well. In their first game Friday, they defeated Sandy Bay by a…

KCS basketball teams move on to regionals

The KCS girls next face a team from Sandy Bay, in Lumsden; the boys also face a Sandy Bay team, in Clavet

KCS basketball teams move on to regionalsClarion staff The Kindersley Composite School senior girls and boys basketball teams have advanced to the next rung in the ladder to the provincials. The girls hosted the 3A Conference 4 championships this weekend and four of the six teams in attendance were able to move on. The KCS girls had to just win their…

KCS senior boys curling team finishes 1-2 at provincials

‘These were very good teams and we were obviously in the toughest pool,’ said coach Chris Oscar

KCS senior boys curling team finishes 1-2 at provincialsClarion staff The KCS senior boys curling team did well at the provincial curling championships held in Spiritwood on the weekend. The team competed in a very tough pool. In their first game, they started things off with a 10-4 loss to Regina LeBoldus who ended up winning the championship over Spiritwood.
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