Man pleads guilty to range of charges

Stephen Woolstencroft pleads guilty to committing common assault, uttering threats, possessing a controlled substance and failing to attend court

Man pleads guilty to range of chargesStephen Woolstencroft has pleaded guilty to a range of charges and he was in Kindersley provincial court on May 15 to be sentenced on his different convictions. John Knox, the Crown prosecutor, said he had worked out a joint resolution with Woolstencroft to present to the court. The accused faced a long list of charges,…

Man pleads guilty to firearm charge

The judge said the circumstances of the case are odd because the gun was not sold for drug or gang-related purposes

Man pleads guilty to firearm chargeCarlen Anderson has pleaded guilty in Kindersley provincial court to a firearm-related charge that stems from the decision he made more than two years ago to sell a restricted firearm. Court heard that the accused did not qualify for Legal Aid and he was not in a position to retain a private lawyer. Dorinda Stahl,…

Let me up, I’ve had enough … of rampant rudeness

Beside being tired of people playing the race card and gender inequality protests, I’m sick of people taking sides in an argument where they lack the basic facts

Let me up, I’ve had enough … of rampant rudenessI’ve had it! It is not like me to rant and rave, but honestly, our ability to behave in civil ways is on the decline. It may even be so far down the priority list that it may never truly return. I’m sick of people taking sides in an argument when they lack the basic…

Local woman fined for multitude of offences

Crown prosecutor tells Kindersley court that Tara Wolf’s addictions are ‘out of control’

Local woman fined for multitude of offencesTara Wolf has received several fines for driving-related offences even though she says she only drove a short distance before police stopped her in October. Dorinda Stahl, the Crown prosecutor, told Kindersley provincial court on Feb. 20 that she had a joint submission to present. Wolf’s charges included driving with a blood-alcohol content higher than…

Chamber marks successful year

Annual general meeting includes introduction of new Kindersley chamber executive director, year’s highlights, financial report

Chamber marks successful yearKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley and District Chamber of Commerce has held its annual general meeting (AGM) to close the books on another year of events and member services. Chamber officials and members gathered at the Kindersley Inn on Feb. 9 for the annual meeting. The AGM covered the usual business of delivering…

Glauser faces three years in jail as a result of fraud

Travel agent walked away from her Kindersley business in January 2016 and complaints started to surface

Glauser faces three years in jail as a result of fraudThe facts of a fraud case against a former Kindersley travel agent detail a downward spiral of events that led to her charge, a guilty plea and a prison sentence. Leslie Glauser, who operated T & T Travel Ltd., pleaded guilty in December to a single count of fraud with an amount exceeding $5,000 in…

Man sentenced to 12 months in jail for a variety of crimes

The prosecutor said Stephen Miller’s property crime issues are due to his addictions

Man sentenced to 12 months in jail for a variety of crimesStephen Miller has been sentenced to serve 12 months in jail, less his time served, after pleading guilty to a lengthy list of charges in Kindersley provincial court on Jan. 16. A joint submission was presented to Judge Robert Jackson on Jan. 16 in Kindersley. The charges required both provincial and federal Crown prosecutors to…

Hijab hoax story could have unfortunate long-term consequences

The fact that a child lied is not the story. The fact that those in authority accepted, and publicized, an 11-year-old girl's story without checking the facts is

Hijab hoax story could have unfortunate long-term consequencesThere have been stories of adults and children lying to the public about everything from getting robbed to being raped. The ruse Canadians just experienced could leave a bad taste in our mouths for some time. On Jan. 12, the Toronto Police Service’s Twitter feed reported an attack at Pauline Johnson Junior Public School by…

Emails destroyed, justice denied?

What part of ‘Don’t delete government emails’ did these Ontario cops not understand?

Emails destroyed, justice denied?Deleted government emails have been hot news in Ontario since former premier Dalton McGuinty’s aides David Livingston and Laura Miller were charged with deliberately destroying records relating to cancelled gas-fired power plants. Now an unrelated Ontario trial has revealed another alleged incident of deliberately deleted government emails. In late 2015, government employees and police raided…

NFL star’s racism narrative falling apart

Seattle Seahawks' Michael Bennett claims that Vegas cops took him down because of his colour refuted by video evidence

NFL star’s racism narrative falling apartAre you a millionaire athlete in a scrape with the police? Caught in a place where you shouldn’t be Running from the law when ordered to stay still? Then dial 1-800-CRY-RACISM. You’ll experience a soft landing from a forgiving media. That was the strategy of Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett recently in Las Vegas. Bennett…