Calling all ghouls, goblins and scary clowns

Shocktober haunted house is having a meeting next week to recruit actors and other volunteers to help out in various ways

Calling all ghouls, goblins and scary clowns  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Players are raising their Shocktober haunted house from the grave, and the group is having a meeting next week to recruit actors and helpers. Judy Lavoie, a spokesperson for the Kindersley Players, said the group is in need of volunteers to act in Shocktober and to help…

Low-risk obstetrics program to start in Kindersley

A Primary Health Care Service Needs Assessment released in 2015 identified the lack of obstetrical services as a huge gap in the women’s health program

Low-risk obstetrics program to start in KindersleyKenneth Brown of The Clarion It has been several years since babies have been born in Kindersley on a regular basis, but a new obstetrics program will be starting up early in September. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) announced on Aug. 24 that a revitalized obstetrics program is going to start on Sept. 4 at…

Local ball players loved national tournament experience

Kyle Donaldson, Corson Harris and Dallas McGrath played for Team Saskatchewan in the 2018 21U Men’s Championship

Local ball players loved national tournament experienceKenneth Brown of The Clarion Three of Kindersley’s finest young ball players have returned after playing for their province and they all say the tournament was an awesome experience. Kyle Donaldson, Corson Harris and Dallas McGrath played for Team Saskatchewan in the 2018 21U Men’s Championship on Aug. 16-19 in St. Thomas, Ont. Team Saskatchewan…

G-Mac’s expanding at Brock

New facility will provide the company with access to rail service for the delivery of fertilizer

G-Mac’s expanding at Brock  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion G-Mac’s AgTeam Inc. is building its asset base by adding a new facility in Brock and the location is going to provide the company with access to rail service. Ground work for the project started in 2017 and more recent work has included the foundation. The facility will be…

Kids experiencing a ride of a lifetime

Vacation Bible School camping theme at the Kindersley Alliance Church offered various activities to 40 children

Kids experiencing a ride of a lifetimeJoan Janzen of The Clarion “Rolling River Rampage” was the Vacation Bible School camping theme at the Kindersley Alliance Church, where 40 children participated in various activities. The fun began on the morning of Aug. 20 until noon, and would continue until Friday, Aug. 24.

Local golfer keeps playing at high level

Cort Tunall will be in Swift Current this weekend to play in the final junior tour event in Saskatchewan this season

Local golfer keeps playing at high levelKenneth Brown of The Clarion Cort Tunall of Kindersley is having another good golf season, and he is among the highest ranked bantam golfers on the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour (MJT). The 14-year-old golfer played in the Pepsi Junior Lobstick at Waskesiu Golf Course last week from Aug. 13 to 17. Tunall finished as…

Legion poker rally and toy run returns

Bikers are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy to be donated to the West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre

Legion poker rally and toy run returnsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley area bikers looking to go on a late summer cruise, win cash and support a good cause at the same time could do it all at the beginning of September. The second annual Legion Poker Rally and Toy Run is being presented by the Kindersley Legion on Sept. 1,…

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…

Local golfer heads south on college scholarship

Brody Istace, 17, is part of a new collegiate program at Columbia International University in South Carolina

Local golfer heads south on college scholarship    Kenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley golfer Brody Istace has landed an exciting scholarship opportunity to be a part of a new collegiate program at a university in South Carolina. Istace, 17, has grown up around the golf course and his hard work has paid off with a golf scholarship to Columbia International…

Kids explore outer space during play day

The day included high-energy games like Capture the Planet, Put the Rings on Saturn and Hot Moon Walk, then the kids transformed paper plates into various planets

Kids explore outer space during play day    Joan Janzen of The Clarion Two teens from North Battleford, Brooklyn and Kelsey, were the captains in charge as kids took off to explore outer space fun and games during the Mobile Playground in Kindersley, Wednesday, Aug. 8, at the West Central Events Centre. Rivers West District for Sport, Culture and Recreation hosted…

St. Paul Lutheran Church celebrates 100th anniversary

Carl Miller, born on Nov. 8, 1917, was presented with a special merit award as the oldest living member of the congregation

St. Paul Lutheran Church celebrates 100th anniversary    Ann Davey for The Clarion Eleven men gathered in Eatonia on Dec. 26, 1918, and formed what would become St. Paul Lutheran Church. These founders were: Simon Eberle, John Gabel, Karl Gabel, Simon Kelm, John Klettke, A. Krueger, Jacob Martin, Juilius Neuls, Gottleib Radies, Gustav Radies, and Andrew Zwick. These men will always…

Heritage designation revoked for sod house property

James Addison built the sod house from 1909 to 1911. The property remains a national historic site

Heritage designation revoked for sod house property  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The Addison Sod House is no longer a provincial heritage property because the historic property’s current owner asked to have the designation revoked. A Revocation Order of the Provincial Heritage Property status was made on July 11. Gene Makowsky, the minister of Parks, Culture and Sport, ordered the revocation…

Health foundation and friends support Heritage Manor upgrade

New furniture for the sun room purchased using funds from last year’s harvest by the Kindersley Antique Threshing Club and funds from Elsie Neil and family

Health foundation and friends support Heritage Manor upgrade  Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The residents of Heritage Manor have a new space to enjoy thanks to a contribution by the local health foundation made possible by its special donors. The Kindersley and District Health and Wellness Foundation (KDHWF) has purchased new furniture for the sun room at Heritage Manor using funds that…

Kindersley Raiders win back-to-back titles

Fertile Valley Baseball League champions for a second year in a row after defeating the Kindersley Stallions in a three-game series

Kindersley Raiders win back-to-back titles    Kenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Raiders are Fertile Valley Baseball League champions for a second year in a row after defeating the Kindersley Stallions in a three-game series. Three of the largest crowds at Berard Field since the Baseball Canada Cup in 2010 enjoyed the thrilling best-of-three series played over three…
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