Month: January 2017

‘Magical’ Princess Gala to raise funds for NICU

It’s being called ‘An elegant evening of magic’ and it’s all about the kids. Not just princesses; princes are welcome too. The First Annual Crossmount Princess Gala is a fundraiser with a lot of fun packed into it. It’s all…

Warman karate kids take medals at competition

Jacob Roberts is one of a handful of Warman kids who snagged a medal at a recent martial arts competition. The Warman Kuro Tora Dojo Karate Club formed in September, but already, the kids have reached competitive level. “As parents…

Dalmeny Curling Club evolves along with facility

Ed Slack remembers the glory days of the Dalmeny Curling Club when they had over 200 members. He’s been curling for 20 years. Now the club has about 60 members. Slack says the club is rebuilding after being closed for…

Police chief reassures Muslim community of safety

Following Sunday’s attack on a Muslim community in Quebec, the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) took steps on Monday to assure the local Muslim community of their safety. Six people were killed at a mosque in Quebec City while holding evening…

Marauders fall to Tigers in Midget A provincial opener

The Martensville Midget Marauders team dropped a 5-2 decision to the visiting Kerrobert (KDL) Tigers during round one of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) Midget A Provincial Playoffs on Saturday, January 28. Both teams had equal scoring chances in the…

Wildcats draw first blood in Midget A provincials

The Warman Midget A Wildcats gained the edge in its provincial playoff series against the Coteau Canucks from Dinsmore, winning 6-1, in Game 1 on Sunday, January 29 at the Warman Legends Centre. It was important for Warman to earn…

Dalmeny Fury picks up come-from-behind win

The Dalmeny Fury overcame a three-goal deficit to defeat the visiting Tisdale Ramblers 7-5 in Fort Carlton Hockey League (FCHL) action in Dalmeny on Friday, January 27. Tisdale outplayed Dalmeny early in the game, scoring three straight goals in the…