Snowball season? Baseball is just around the corner

A total of 277 youth have registered for Kindersley baseball. That will make up 25 to 27 teams

Snowball season? Baseball is just around the cornerKevin McBain of The Clarion Ball season is just around the corner! Well, hopefully, depending on the weather. A total of 277 youth have registered for ball teams this year that will make up between 25 to 27 teams. President of Kindersley Minor Ball, Chad Miller, said that players can still register if they wish.…

Groups express concern over suspended grants

KCIP has provided community groups with as much as $45,000 in annual funding for programs and activities

Groups express concern over suspended grantsKenneth Brown of The Clarion The suspension of a local grant program means community groups will not be able to access roughly $40,000 in funding for 2018. Concerns are being expressed. Town council members passed a resolution at a meeting on March 26 to suspend the Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) for at least one…

Six recipients receive funding from growing project

Field of Opportunities dispersed a total of $25,000 to groups in Kindersley and the Plenty-Dodsland area

Six recipients receive funding from growing projectKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Field of Opportunities (FOO) growing project provides grants to community groups in the area and the FOO committee had its most successful year in 2017. A crop has been grown for the past three years on a roughly 100-acre parcel of land north of businesses on Highway 7 in…

Minor ball delegate lays out field plans for town council

Town council byelection to replace Ken Francis has been set for April 11. Nominations close on March 7

Minor ball delegate lays out field plans for town councilKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley Minor Ball (KMB) has an ambitious plan they’ve presented to town officials. Chad Miller, the KMB president, shared plans with town council on Feb. 12 and detailed the organization’s proposed expenditures for 2018. He noted that the budget for capital improvements already included $40,000 in the approved preliminary budget…

Council responds to resident’s concern about businesses

Two businesses on Sixth Street West draw concerns about late-night activity, rodents, improper storage and fencing

Council responds to resident’s concern about businessesKenneth Brown of The Clarion A husband and wife in Kindersley’s west end have told town council they have concerns about a pair of businesses in their area. Todd Ecklin and his wife appeared before council at its Dec. 11 regular meeting to continue discussion about a couple of business operating near the couple lives…

Local ballplayer competes in Phoenix

Benjamin Ortman recently took advantage of an opportunity to travel to Arizona with a team from Saskatoon

Local ballplayer competes in PhoenixKevin McBain of The Clarion Opportunities in baseball are ever-growing in this province. In- and out-of-province travel teams, training opportunities and even a couple of academies have started up in the past few years. Benjamin Ortman recently took advantage of a chance to travel to Phoenix with a team from the Going Yard Training Centre…

Slo-pitch delegate presents future plans to council

Land, irrigation and lights for diamonds being sought by the association

Slo-pitch delegate presents future plans to councilKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Slo-pitch Association has plans for the future, and a spokesperson for the group has asked council about diamond improvements and other issues. Kurt Wagner, president of Kindersley Slo-pitch, appeared at a council meeting on Aug. 14 and told officials he has spoken to Kim Vogel, the director of…