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Trickle-down economics revisited

Lance Irvine of Yorkton writes:

The left has had only one answer to the shortage of public finances: Take it away from those who have some left, usually referred to as the one per cent or “the rich.” 161 more words


Guard charged with trafficking cocaine, marijuana at RCMP cellblock in Yorkton

A woman who was employed as a guard at the Yorkton rural RCMP cellblock has been accused of trafficking cocaine and marijuana at the facility. 91 more words

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Former guard charged over drugs at RCMP cellblock

After an investigation that began in November, RCMP has laid charges over alleged drug activity at its Yorkton Rural RCMP cellblock.

The Yorkton Provincial General Investigation Section has charged Bonny Maddaford, 45, of Yorkton with three counts of breach of trust; one count of cocaine trafficking; one count of cannabis trafficking; and one count of possession of cannabis. 39 more words


Dog, shot and left for dead, recovering after a week in the cold

A dog that was shot and left for dead could be healthy enough to return home this weekend.

“He just wants to get out of the clinic and come home where he belongs,” owner Ciera Wolitski said. 273 more words

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Saskatchewan Party MLA Greg Ottenbreit battling cancer

Greg Ottenbreit, the MLA for Yorkton and Saskatchewan’s rural and remote health minister, is battling cancer.

Ottenbreit, 53, was recently diagnosed with colorectal cancer. 251 more words


3rd warmest year on record in Regina

Environment Canada has released data showing 2016 as the third warmest year on record in Regina within the past 121 years.

In 2016, the daily average for the entire year in Regina was 5.1 degrees, which is two degrees above the norm. 185 more words


Monetizing my couch

In an attempt to have a grand purpose to this thing, I thought it would be a good idea to have a guiding principle behind it. 130 more words

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