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…

Kindersley Sledge enjoys success

Intermediate and junior teams go undefeated at local annual tournament

Kindersley Sledge enjoys successClarion Staff Kindersley Sledge Hockey is riding a high after hosting an annual tournament. The Kindersley Klippers teams intermediate and junior teams both went undefeated. The local sledge hockey tournament was played over three days on Nov. 23-25. Games were played at both the West Central Events Centre rink and Co-op Arena. There were 11…

Kindersley businessman needs support to be ‘rescued’

Garth MacDonald is one of five Saskatchewan community leaders who will compete in challenges while raising money for STARS Air Ambulance

Kindersley businessman needs support to be ‘rescued’Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The fourth annual STARS Rescue on the Prairies fundraiser is in progress, and a local businessman is participating in the event for a second time in three years. Garth MacDonald, the president and CEO of G-Mac’s AgTeam Inc., is one of five Saskatchewan community leaders waiting to be whisked away…

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…

Local ball players to represent the province

Kyle Donaldson, Corson Harris, Dallas McGrath and Joel McGrath will all play for Team Saskatchewan at Baseball Canada events

Local ball players to represent the province  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion Four members of the Kindersley Stallions baseball club are travelling to eastern Canada this month to play in national tournaments for Team Saskatchewan. Kyle Donaldson, Corson Harris and Dallas McGrath are all heading to St. Thomas, Ont., to play for Team Saskatchewan in the 21U Men’s Championship on Aug.…

Klippers add depth and youth over summer

SJHL team announces a three-player trade and signees for the 2018-19 season

Klippers add depth and youth over summerKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers have been busy in the offseason. The team has just announced a three-player trade and its signees for the 2018-19 season. The Klippers announced a three-player deal with the Drumheller Dragons on July 4 and the team acquired a pair of players from Drumheller for…

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…

Special Olympians earn medals at bowling tournament

Athletes from the area are also involved in track and field, snowshoeing and bocce. And there’s room for more activities, depending on volunteers

Special Olympians earn medals at bowling tournamentKevin McBain of The Clarion The competitive season for athletes who are part of the Kindersley and District Special Olympics organization is winding down. In their most recent action, several athletes attended the annual Bob Pedde five-pin bowling championships in Saskatoon and came back with several awards. The event held April 28 and 29 featured…

Town tax assessment appeal deadline May 29

Only property owners whose assessments have changed since 2017 will receive notices

Town tax assessment appeal deadline May 29Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The assessment roll for the Town of Kindersley has been opened and property owners in town have until near the end of May to appeal their assessments. A notice of preparation for the assessment roll has been issued and officially opened April 27. Anybody who wishes to appeal an assessment…

Local co-op enjoys great year

Another successful year in 2017 with sales up roughly 25% more than $73.2 million. More than $1.93 million was returned to members

Local co-op enjoys great yearKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley and District Co-operative Ltd. has held its annual general meeting (AGM) for 2017 and people on hand heard of an exceptional year at the Co-op. The Co-op held its AGM on April 25 at the Kindersley Seniors Centre. The meeting featured the usual business of an AGM including…

Kindersley volunteer to receive medal in Regina

Audrey Heit is one of 10 citizens receiving a Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal from the lieutenant-governor

Kindersley volunteer to receive medal in ReginaKenneth Brown of The Clarion Local volunteer Audrey Heit has spent a lifetime helping out in various ways, and she is about to receive a special honour to be recognized for her contributions. Heit, 76, is one of 10 Saskatchewan citizens receiving a Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal (SVM) later in April. Heit is part of the…

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.

Rootsy duo up next for arts council

Tomato/Tomato offer a little bit of bluegrass, a little bit of folk and a little bit of country

Rootsy duo up next for arts councilKenneth Brown of The Clarion With a little bit bluegrass, a little bit folk and a little bit country, the next performers in the arts council’s 2017-18 series are an incredibly diverse married duo. The traditional sound of folk and bluegrass music comes to Kindersley on Saturday. Tomato/Tomato, a husband a wife duo, performs at…

Ottawa’s Supercluster initiative a mess of monumental proportions

The Liberal's Great Supercluster Screw-up just another drain on Canadian taxpayers

Ottawa’s Supercluster initiative a mess of monumental proportionsGovernments always want to look like they’re implementing good ideas and accomplishing important things. Take the Innovation Superclusters Initiative (ISI) for example. The federal government plans to throw almost a billion tax dollars at non-profit groups to create jobs and help Canadian companies dominate the world. As crazy as it sounds, that’s the ostensible reason…