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WARMER TEMPS ARE ON THE WAY – There’s plenty of snow on the ground but Spring is getting closer with each passing day. Above, local Yorkton photographer Ryan Crouse recently captured a beautiful shot of a Bohemian Waxwing – the first time he’s seen such a species in his yard.

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A case of E. coli infection in Saskatchewan has been linked to a national recall of frozen beef burgers. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a recall of frozen beef burgers distributed in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories on February 19, after the products caused illnesses due to E. coli infection. The Saskatchewan case occurred in Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and was likely contracted prior to the recall. The individual affected is recovering. Frozen beef burgers included in the recall (Gourmet Meat Shoppe and Butcher’s Brand) should either be returned to the location of purchase or discarded. Consumers are reminded to take simple steps to reduce their risk of E. coli infection. “All meat should be cooked thoroughly, and anyone handling or preparing food should thoroughly wash their hands first,” Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab says. Symptoms of E. coli infection include severe abdominal pain, watery or bloody diarrhoea, vomiting, nausea and headaches. Symptoms usually appear within three to four days but can occur up to ten days later and last five to ten days. People most at risk of developing serious complications from E. coli are pregnant women, people with compromised immune systems, young children and the elderly.

Saskatchewan travels to recruit skilled workers A delegation of Saskatchewan employers is in Ireland to recruit high-skilled workers to this province. The Ministry of the Economy and 13 employers are attending the Working Abroad Expo in Dublin March 2 and 3, Cork on March 6, and some will also exhibit in Man-

chester, United Kingdom March 9 and 10. More than 10,000 qualified candidates in fields including trades, engineering and health sciences are expected to attend the fairs. “There is significant labour mobility in Ireland and a high unemployment rate,” Economy

Minister Bill Boyd says. People are looking for jobs and Saskatchewan has a labour shortage. It’s a perfect opportunity for us to fill critical, high-skilled positions that have not been successfully filled by recruitment initiatives in Canada.” Saskatchewan welcomed

more than 290 Irish families to the province following the 2012 recruitment mission to Ireland. Based on last year’s success, employers expressed interest in returning to that country hoping to recruit at least 80 highskilled workers for positions such as heavy duty mechanics,

welders, engineers and machinists among other occupations. Saskatchewan’s labour shortage is a barrier to economic growth for industry, small business and communities. Saskatchewan is forecast to need between 75,00090,000 new workers in the next five years.

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Dr. Fay Myers, President of the Parkland College, has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. The commemorative medal marks the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne. The Government of Canada is celebrating this milestone by honouring 60,000 outstanding Canadians for their contributions or distinguished service to their fellow citizens, to their community and to their country. Myers was chosen for this honour after being nominated by the Parkland College Board of Governors. Her career in adult education spans over 25 years through various roles with the regional colleges of Saskatchewan, central govern-

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College and post-secondary education in Saskatchewan to train youth – in particular Aboriginal youth – to fully participate in the workforce. In her teachings, research and leadership, Myers demonstrates a love for life-long learning and the ability to lead and develop others in their chosen careers. She portrays a strong work ethic and high expectations for herself and others. In her leadership, time and effort, she distinguishes herself as a leader among those with whom she works throughout the province and nationally.

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Grumpy travelling Ed, my neighbor next door, invited himself along on my recent trip to Saskatoon. At Saskatoon I was picking up my granddaughter for a visit during Spring Break. When Ed travels with me for a round-trip of eight hours, I sure get lots of practice at what I call silent, “Please Lord” prayers. Prayer one started building as we left Melville heading north on Highway 47. It was seven a.m. and Ed relentlessly shared his negative thoughts such as: It was too early. I should have taken the van – it would have been more comfortable. He didn’t have enough leg room. He only had one coffee and a little bit of breakfast. He would have rather left at ten. I was driving too slowly. Then, after a tiny skid, I was driving way too fast on the snowy sections. I prayed silently: Please Lord, Ed needs a nap–put him to sleep. I wish I could tell you Ed fell asleep and napped in his seat until Springside, but he was still grumbling at Foam Lake. I couldn’t wait any longer for God to cause Ed to nod off. I stopped at a highway restaurant feeling sure a second breakfast would sweeten Ed up. Hot coffee and cold beer, are absolutes to Ed. There is no compromise! Ed’s coffee was not hot, but barely lukewarm. He was afraid to send it back, as the waitress made it plain she wasn’t in any mood to serve us. The cook slung our breakfast plates on our table and said, “There are no free refills on coffee and we are out of ketchup.” Then, the six-foot-ten giant yelled at the waitress, “I’m going for a smoke.” Ed wasn’t complaining to him either. Feeding Ed backfired badly. After his lukewarm coffee, cold eggs and day old toast, he was more negative than ever. This led me to formulate in my mind prayer two. Please, Lord, help me to enjoy Ed’s every complaint. Ed’s complaints kept coming and I wish I could say I enjoyed them, but I didn’t. So, in desperation, I decided my prayers must be wrong and I needed to get my third prayer in a better spirit.

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skiing in the dark seems to add to the fun of the evening. Most skiers put on about 15 to 20 kms’ by the time they head back to the Rec Hall for the 10 pm. deadline. A steaming bowl of chilli and a bun sure tastes so much better after a ski like that!” Stupak says the Good Spirit Lamplighter Committee, would like to see the Lamplighter Loppet become a premier xc ski attraction, bring skiers from all over the provinces to come and enjoy the wonderful trail system that we have out at Good Spirit. “We have the best groomed trails, thanks to our dedicated head groomer Darryl Stevenson and his crew. The trails combined total 20 kms and are well treed and so skiers are protected from some of winters harsher winds.” Good Spirit XC Ski Club has grown to almost 100 ski members. The Good Spirit XC Ski Club members come from all over the area, Canora, Yorkton, Saltcoats, Springside and as far away as Saskatoon. All are invited to go out and try the trails. Call Anne Stupak at 783-6617 for more information.

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MELNECHENKO - Melvin Leo (Mel) passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 73 years of age. Mel was born September 18, 1939 near Sheho, SK. He was the son of George and Kay (nee Pekush) Melnechenko. He grew up on the family farm in the Sheho district and attended Pohorlowitz school. At an early age he moved with his family to the Rokeby district. He attended Yorkton Collegiate Institute. Mel worked at Case IH, then he travelled, selling for Sherwin Williams Paints. He married Shirley Gehring August 4, 1962. They had 3 children, Curtis, Cindy and Kevin. In the 1970s he owned a ladies wear store. He also opened a vehicle dealership called Yorkton Truck & Auto Sales, later renamed Dunleath Motors. He spent many many years travelling to Alberta to the dealer auctions to buy vehicles. June 24, 2000 he married Carol Miller and they bought a house in Calder and moved it into Yorkton. Mel wanted to spend more time at home, so he started buying cars and trucks on the internet and doing less travelling. He enjoyed tinkering with and selling vehicles, hunting, fishing, golfing, dancing, playing pool, going to auction sales and playing cards. He was a gentle and caring man. He loved his family and would do anything for them. Mel was predeceased by his parents, George and Kay, his sister-in-law Sandy Melnechenko and his stepson Bryan Woloschuk. He leaves to mourn his passing and celebrate his life, his loving wife, Carol; his son Curtis (Margo) and their children Colby and Breanna; his daughter Cindy Fisher (Aaron) and their children Amanda, Kendra (Murray) and Bryce; and his son Kevin (Joanne) and stepdaughter Josee; his great grandson, Tavon Fisher; his stepdaughters, Brenda Woloschuk and her daughter Amanda and Barb Woloschuk and her children Raeghan and Dylan; his brothers Wilmer and Bernie, a niece, nephew, cousins, uncles and aunts and extended family. The funeral service was held Friday, March 1, 2013 with Rev. Molly Kitchen presiding. Soloist, Kendra Fisher. Urn bearers, Mel's sons, Curtis and Kevin. Interment of cremains took place in the Garden of St. Luke at Yorkton Memorial Gardens. Bailey's funeral home was in charge of arrangements. The family wishes to thank everyone for their support, many messages on facebook, acts of kindness and attendance at this service. "Perhaps they are not stars in the sky, but rather openings in Heaven where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy"

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SALES MANAGER The Rocky Mountain Equipment YORKTON CASE IH store is looking for a Sales Manager. Primary responsibilities include developing a customer base with branch specific regional boundaries, analyzing sales reports, reviewing profit and loss statements, and ensuring productivity targets are met. Other responsibilities include leading the sales department towards branch goals, producing reports to drive business performance, and developing business by gaining new contracts. The ideal candidate will have solid knowledge of the technical aspects of agriculture equipment, a proven ability to grow sales, an understanding of commission sales programs, gross margin percentage and dollars, trade evaluations and inventory levels. The ideal candidate should also be familiar with Microsoft Office.

BRANCH MANAGER The Rocky Mountain Equipment YORKTON CASE IH store is looking for a Branch Manager. Responsibilities include overseeing all planning, administration, and all general management issues. The branch manager must ensure bottom line profitability for Service, Parts, Rentals, Used Sales, and New Sales. Further responsibilities include training and monitoring staff, developing business, managing the supply chain, and maintaining customer relationships. The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to lead, be comfortable with self-expression, be able to communicate efficiently, and have superlative written communication skills. Prior management experience would be an asset.

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HOUSES FOR SALE 2007 LIBERTY modular home with garage, located in Melville, SK. Two bathrooms, three bedrooms, 1216 square feet. Kijiji #438520334. 306-728-2546.

Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the Town of Springside for the year 2013 has been prepared and is opened to inspection in the office of the Assessor from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the following days:

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R.M OF Orkney 244 NE 19-27-6, W2, 130 acres - Soil J. Power and water on farm site with buildings. SE 30-27-6, W2, 155 acres - Soil J. 2-1/2 miles on grid - highway 16 & 47 accessible; 20 km to Yorkton, SK. $400,000 for all applications until the end of February, 2013. Lowest or highest tender not necessarily accepted. Please call (306) 647-2742 with tender or leave message.

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