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Fresh water for Yorkton – water treatment plant officially opens By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer It has been operating for the past year, but Yorkton’s Water Treatment Plant recently held its official grand opening. The new facility, developed to replace aging infrastructure in the city, is the largest capital project in Yorkton’s history, and also takes a different approach to many problems common in water treatment. Michael Buchholzer, Director of Environmental Services, says that the project has been in the works since 2004, and the new plant was necessary to consolidate water treatment facilities and modernize the water treatment plans. The city has gone from four to one water treatment plant, and the new facility is designed to accommodate any growth the city might see. “With the four antiquated water treatment plants that we had, we could not expand them.
They were in locations where they were closed in. If we could expand it, the raw water wasn’t there. It just didn’t give us the versatility. Here now we have the versatility of the raw water supply and room for expansion,” Buchholzer says. One point of pride is the system used for backwash water, a system which the city believes is unique in North America. In a standard system, backwash water is flushed into the sewage system, which increases the water treated by the sewage plant. In this plant, backwash is directed to a series of settling ponds, which naturally purify the water, which will gradually recharge the natural aquifer. The water will also be used in the development of green space and recreation areas in the city, including fish ponds which will be stocked and create a spawning environment. Continued on Page 3.
THE PELLETIER/NESBITT FAMILY HAS moved into their new home on 13 Elizabeth Ave, the latest Habitat for Humanity build. Pictured above, Malcolm Pelletier carries Joyce Nesbitt over the threshold after receiving the keys at a recent key ceremony.
Family gets keys to the newest Habitat home By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer It was almost two years to the day since Malcolm Pelletier and Joyce Nesbitt found out they would be receiving a Habitat for Humanity home, and they were excited to move in and start a new life for themselves and their children, Darnell, Keisha, Cole, Shay-lynn and Makayla. The family has now received the keys to the second Habitat build in the city, located at 13 Elizabeth Ave. The family says it’s been a long process, and it’s
taken a lot of hard work to get to this point and finally move into their home. The hard work has has paid off and created a home that the family is excited to move into and start their new life. Nesbitt says one of the things she is excited about for the new home is being able to have a meal with the entire family, as in their old home there wasn’t enough space for a family of seven. She notes that now all the kids have their own space, and that it’s going to make it much easier to live.
THE GENERATOR ROOM at the new Water Treatment Plant allows it to run if there is a power outage. Above, Michael Buchholzer shows the natural gas generator, which he says has already been used and proven effective in power disruptions.
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Habitat family moves into home Conâ€™t from Page 1. â€œItâ€™s going to be nice to actually sit at the table... just to have our family talks again will be nice,â€? Nesbitt says. The home will be less expensive to own than the home they were living in before, and Nesbitt says that this house means her family has a brighter future than ever before. â€œWeâ€™ve got something to look forward to now, and to keep us going as a family, just to keep us together really.â€? Dennis Coots, CEO of Habitat for Humanity Regina, says that while this is the second build in Yorkton, he hopes the city will see significantly more builds each year into the future. He notes that this specific build took much longer than usual due to the flooding in the city in 2010, but now they want to push harder than ever, and build three or four homes each year. Habitat homes have an interest-free mortgage, and the payments from that mortgage go to finance new builds in the community. The down payment is made in sweat equity, with each family putting in a minimum of 500 hours. The Pelltier/ Nesbitt family went above and beyond that requirement, putting in a total of 800 hours into their home and the build which is currently in progress on Dunlop St. â€œTo see a family do more than 500 hours encourages every single person who gets involved and every person involved in Habitat. Itâ€™s encouraging and motivates us,â€? Coots says. Pelltier says one of the reasons he was motivated to put in so many hours was a desire to learn, and see how a house is built and put together. â€œWe wanted to see what all went in a house, and itâ€™s amazing what we learned building this house. You wouldnâ€™t think whatâ€™s behind a wall, we never knew anything about building a house.â€? The family says theyâ€™re grateful to Habitat for Humanity, and theyâ€™re also planning to be a part of builds well into the future. Nesbitt encourages others to get involved as well, saying that participating in a build is a
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Improved care for Sask. patients Patients across southern Saskatchewan – including in Yorkton – will benefit from a new facility in Regina that will provide a full range of outpatient services including surgery, diagnostic imaging, pharmacy, rehabilitation, outpatient cancer care and other related services that do not require an overnight stay. Premier Brad Wall has announced approval in principle for the Plains Surgery and Outpatient Care Centre, an ambulatory care facility that will be designed and built in partnership with the Hospitals of Regina Foundation, the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. The centre will put patients first in its design, care delivery and location. “This facility will enable a level of co-operation and co-ordination in outpatient health care services that has never been seen before in Saskatchewan,” Wall says. “Patients will appreciate having related health services in one location. For example, a cancer patient may be able to receive a CT scan next door to where they receive chemotherapy treatment. Patients will be able to spend less time and energy waiting for appointments or navigating a hospital and more time looking after their health.” The innovative approach to the project stems from the recommendations of the 2009 Patient First Review, and will support Saskatchewan’s focus on improving access to surgery, and the health care system’s recently announced strategy to improve primary health care through a team approach to health services. The project scope and cost projections are being determined. The Plains Surgery and Outpatient Care Centre is to be located on Crown-owned land opposite the SIAST campus, south of Wascana Parkway. The Hospitals of Regina Foundation has committed to raising funds in support of the centre. “Our mission is enhancing health care through donor support,” Hospitals of Regina Foundation CEO Judy Davis adds. “An outpatient care facility will be transformational and will have such a positive impact on how health care services are delivered. This is a project we know our donors will want to be a part of. We are excited for the opportunity to work with the partners on this project.” The centre will enable the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region to consolidate services and reduce the future need for large capital investments in its facilities. It will be designed and constructed using Lean principles, which will reduce operating costs and improve delivery of services for patients. “This is an exciting opportunity to transform the way the people of southern Saskatchewan access health services in the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region,” Health Region CEO Dwight Nelson says. “Sustainable surgical capacity will be key to helping us maintain our target of providing surgeries within three months of a referral. We will engage patients, staff and physicians in the planning and design of the centre.” “Cancer care is about partnerships,” Cancer Agency CEO Scott Livingstone comments. “Creating an integrated centre will bring together services and experts that will offer better care and better health for patients and families in southern Saskatchewan. This is a true patient first response that we are proud to be part of.”
THE RIBBON IS CUT on the new Water Treatment Plant in the city of Yorkton. The $33 million project is designed to grow and adapt with the city. Pictured above are (l-r) Michael Buchholzer, Director of Environmental Services, Councillor Ross Fisher, councillor Bob Maloney, Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit, Mayor James Wilson, Kathleen Gibson, representing the Government of Canada, Councillor Richard Okrainec and Councillor Larry Pearen.
Water treatment facility officially opens Con’t from Page 1. This setup saved $3 million in infrastructure costs, and is estimated to save $6.5 million in treatment costs over the life of the plant. Buchholzer explains that looking for innovative plans like this are necessary for all communities going forward. “When we start evaluating the loading on the wastewater treatment facility, the loading on the wastewater piping system, especially after we just had a flood two years ago, that really hit home and we said that this water has to be looked at differently. Communities have to start looking at this water differently, and what are some of the options that we can use for that water?” Buchholzer explains. At a price tag of $33 million total, this is the largest capital project which the city has
Chamber brings dragon to Yorkton It’s expected to be a sold out and exciting event so you may want to get your tickets now. The Yorkton Chamber of Commerce has announced the Guest Speaker for its annual Chamber Business Dinner, is Bruce Croxon, a Dragon on CBC’s Dragon’s Den and the founder of Lavalife. The Dinner will be held Wednesday, October 3 at St. Mary’s Cultural Centre. Tickets and tables are now available for sale: • Platinum Table – $2,500. Available for one
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undertaken. Of that price tag, the Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan contributed $7.36 million each, with the City of Yorkton picking up the balance of $18.3 million. Buchholzer says that with the design used the plant will be able to fill the city’s water needs long after the people involved in its development are gone, and the plant is easily
expandible if the city outgrows its current capacity. Mayor James Wilson says that the plan was to make a facility which can adapt as the city grows. He notes that this plant currently has a capacity that’s double the current population, and that having a modern facility like this is vital to keeping Yorkton a place where people want to live.
“Water is the lifeline for each individual in the community and each household,” Wilson says. While the plant has a large price tag, Wilson says that when it comes to water cities can’t afford to cut corners. He says that working with the people in the city has been a big part of what has made the treatment plant work.
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Ready or not, here we come! Let the good times roll! According to the stats Saskatchewan is near the top of the pack when it comes to scales of economy. Jobs are plentiful, there are more people working than ever before and we’re even making the headlines in magazines. Alberta Venture, a business magazine, recently surveyed the best places in Western Canada for doing business and it gave the thumbs up to several Saskatchewan cities, including Yorkton. In fact, the magazine praised almost every major Saskatchewan city and it noted that Yorkton issued building permits of $214 million over just a five year period. It also predicted that figure – a traditional indicator of a community’s economic health, will swell if any or all of the talked about potash mines for this area become a reality. Employment has increased by 10,400 people over the last year and Saskatchewan’s year-overyear growth rate of 1.9 per cent is the second highest among the provinces, falling only behind Alberta. “These positive numbers reflect the province’s continuing economic momentum,” says Economy Minister Bill Boyd. “With record weekly earnings for workers and high optimism by businesses to expand their operations, future job prospects in Saskatchewan are strong.” And they are. We’re poised for success so let’s get ready for the good times!
How can we sit back and do nothing? It’s a small step in the right direction, but given the situation, I think we, along with the support of the UN, are going to have to take matters a little further. Since a political uprising began in Syria in the spring of 2011 the UN estimates at least 9,000 innocent people have been killed. At that time sanctions began with Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime cutting social security payments and slashing fuel and food subsidies for the local people. That was then and this is now. With each passing day the situation is becoming more and more grave and now other countries are stepping in. Governments across the globe – including ours in Canada – have begun expelling Syrian ambassadors and diplomats in an attempt to turn the situation around. The collective effort began following a gruesome massacre that the United Nations reports involved close-range shootings of more than 100 children and parents in their homes. According to reports at least 49 children and 34 women were among the over 100 people killed. They may reside in what would seem to most as a world away from Canada, but how as human beings can we just sit by overlook and let this happen? If the
shoe was on the other foot and something like this was happening here, wouldn’t you hope that someone would step in our defence? “This is the most effective way we’ve got of sending a message of revulsion of has happened in Shannon Deveau what Syria,” says Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr. In a recent statement, he called the killings a “hideous and brutal crime” and said Australia would not engage with the Syrian government unless it abides by a U.N. cease-fire plan. Canada has followed suit, as has the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, the Netherlands and possibly more countries by the time you’re reading this. While it may not be in the best interest – at least at this point – for all concerned to send in our armies, in good conscience one would think we have to do something. To sit back while thugs take the lives of women and children who are shot in the head at close range by they’re own government is unacceptable, in fact as much a crime as standing back watching a murder here and doing and saying nothing. Cold blooded murderers have no place running a country anywhere on earth and it’s up to us to do our part to see that they don’t.
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A small catalog of things that are a bit annoying While there are real problems in the world, there are also problems that aren’t very important, but still somewhat annoying. I’m sure that someone will say that there are things that are more pressing to talk about, like starving children in Africa, and maybe that’s true, but I still think there is a certain need to recognize these little issues that crop up on occasion, because if we don’t recognize them they’re not going away. First on the list is lamps, specifically lamps where the switch is on the cord. This is a terrible design, because the cord tends to go somewhere else, such as behind a bedside table. In essence, a place where it’s difficult to reach and will get caught on something when trying to pull it up again, especially if this table is near a wall. I have never been in a bedroom where the switch on the cord makes sense, it’s a design developed almost exclusively to make operating your lamp slightly more difficult. There’s no reason for it, it’s just poor design, and sometimes it’s difficult to tell that a lamp uses this awful design until after you buy it. If there is a lamp designer reading this, take this lesson, next time you’re designing a lamp be sure to put the switch where it belongs, on the lamp itself. Everyone will be much happier. The second annoying thing is small lights on televi-
Things I do with words... Column Devin Wilger sions. This is really minor, but I’ve never been able to figure out why they’re there. We can tell if the television is on or off, because we can see things on the screen or not. In some cases, such as my own TV, a small light will tell you if the TV is off, because apparently the fact that the TV is off is somehow not clue enough. The light is, at best, pointless, and at worse completely unnecessary. Such lights are commonly on other pieces of technology as well, but at least in those cases you might need an indication of whether or not those things are on or off. With a TV, you know instantly, because there’s a much bigger light that tells you everything you need to know.
Finally, the last somewhat annoying thing I feel the need to complain about is beeps. Everything beeps, there has been this odd movement to make all technology make a slight beeping noise for a while now, and I’m getting sick of it. My car beeps when I lock or unlock it, my phone beeps when I press a button, my microwave beeps when I look at it funny. Everything beeps for every little function, which is getting to the point where it can drive someone nuts. Yes, in some cases the beeps can be turned off, and in some cases the beeps are a bit useful, usually in instances where there’s no other indication that what you’re doing is working. Still, since everything beeps, it’s difficult to really appreciate the few instances where beeps make sense, and constant beeping has become the soundtrack to our lives. One day someone will be run over by a gravel truck beeping to warn people it’s reversing, because they’ll just assume that the noises is coming from their phone. I admit, these are incredibly minor concerns, some might call them completely pointless to think about. I admitted as much earlier on, but if someone doesn’t like it, I can add a final entry, just for them. For some people, another thing that is a bit annoying is people who complain about lamps, lights on televisions, and the beeps that fill the world.
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Mulcair and the politics of déjà vu
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Having been out-of-country for several weeks, it takes a few days to catch-up on the very busy Thomas Mulcair. And when one does, the overwhelming sense is déjà vu. It conjures up memories of David Lewis, back when the federal NDP rhetoric was full of “blueeyed sheiks” and “corporate welfare bums.” Heady stuff, but a trifle problematic. Take all this talk about “Dutch disease,” and how a soaring, resource-driven Canadian dollar is crippling manufacturing. To be sure, the dollar is currently strong – for instance, trading a little above par for eight of the last 12 months. But there’s nothing historically unusual about a strong dollar. In fact, it was generally above par from 1952 through 1960, from 1972 through 1974, and again in 1976. Throughout the 1960s, it was consistently above 90 cents. And both the 50s and 60s were good decades economically, averaging real growth between six and seven per cent per annum. Put another way, a strong dollar has been historically compatible with Canadian prosperity. Indeed, perhaps the real anomaly was the currency devaluation that started in the late 70s, ultimately bringing the dollar down to its 2002 post-war low of 62 cents. No doubt, this was a competitive assist to manufacturers. But it also meant that Canadian families and businesses had to pay much more for any products with significant imported content. Think of it this way. If the dollar were to go from par to, say, 50 cents, then Canadians would need
to provide twice as many exports in order to pay for the same volume of imports. Or, if you like, run twice as fast to stay in the same place. Intuitively, that doesn’t seem to be a particularly desirable proposition. In any event, there’s a lot more going on than just the exchange rate. While the share of Canada’s GDP attributable to manufacturing has declined, so too has the relative importance of manufacturing in the United States, Britain, France, Japan, Germany, and Italy. In other words, it’s a phenomenon common to most major advanced economies.
“This leaves ample time for Mulcair’s honeymoon glow to dissipate.” In part, this can be seen as a function of development itself. Just as the once dominant agricultural sector became progressively smaller as a proportion of the whole, so too has manufacturing. Increasing productivity – which produces higher living standards – inevitably does that. And then there’s the rise of the previously underdeveloped world, bringing new competitors into the game. In the 60s and 70s, there was much impassioned talk about the moral imperative to provide “trade not aid.” Well, now it’s happening. Still, although Mulcair’s position is substantively flawed, it’s also politically coherent. For one thing, it’s a neat ideological fit for his party, the federal
NDP having a long history of hostility to the oil and gas industry. Plus it plays particularly well in Quebec, which is now the single most important part of the NDP electoral base. And most intriguingly, it offers the prospect of aborting the coalition that Stephen Harper’s Conservatives have painstakingly constructed. By combining a big win in Ontario with overwhelming strength in the West, Harper won a decisive majority last year. But if Mulcair can use the “Dutch disease” to substantially detach Ontario from that coalition, then it’s a brand new ballgame – one which might even produce an NDP government. And going by the polling-related giddiness of the commentariat, that’s perhaps a very real prospect. But is it really? Barring some extraordinary development, the next federal election is three years away. This leaves ample time for Mulcair’s honeymoon glow to dissipate. And don’t forget the Ed Broadbent boom. For a brief period in the middle 80s, Broadbent’s NDP topped the polls. However, when the actual election came along in November 1988, they were back in third place with just a touch over 20 per cent of the vote. In any event, two recent polls suggest that talk of a Conservative decline may be a tad premature. In May, both Angus Reid and Abacus pegged Conservative support at 37 per cent, exactly the same as in their final pre-election polls last year. It’ll be an interesting ride. Stay tuned. Pat Murphy, Troy Media Corp.
Canada’s disabled deserve so much better
To the Editor:
There is a churlishness about the Harper government that makes it unmistakably petty and small. The good governments in our history have always managed to convey a sense of generosity, inclusion and legitimacy that was larger and more important than themselves. But not the Harper Conservatives. Good governments aren’t just about the exercise of raw power and always getting their own way. The manner in which power is exercised is equally important.
So too is showing some consideration for other people who have other opinions, needs and aspirations. Fairness, respect and due process actually matter. But not to the Harper Conservatives. For them, public life is nothing more than perpetual electioneering. Endless deeks, dodges and maneuvers. It’s all about tactics, all the time. No trick is too dirty to use. No cause is too good to sully. The end always justifies the means. Here’s a small illustration – in the House of Commons “Question Period” this spring, I’ve
asked the government three times if they will fix an unfortunate flaw in the design of Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs). RDSPs are tax-assisted savings plans, much like RRSPs, aimed at helping disabled people to buildup their savings to offset extra future living costs. But to be eligible, you have to be seriously disabled right now. This rule sets up a barrier for people with debilitating conditions like MS. They know they’re likely to become disabled at some point, but they may not be seriously affected right now. So they
cannot qualify for an RDSP – until later, after they’re past their best income-earning potential. It doesn’t make any sense. My questions were based on representations from real people. They were asked without gratuitous partisanship. But nasty political “spin” is all that came back from this government in return. It’s a shame that chronic pettiness seems to be Mr. Harper’s defining characteristic. Ralph Goodale, MP, Wascana, SK.
You can help enhance Saskatchewan’s capital
To the Editor:
As the home of our provincial capital, Wascana Centre plays a significant role for citizens all across Saskatchewan. It provides a showcase for our history and traditions, an opportunity for citizens to celebrate, learn and relax, a place to appreciate our art and culture, and is the seat of Government for the province. This year, as Wascana Centre celebrates its 50th birthday, we are encouraging all Saskatchewan residents to help shape our capital, and
have a say in Wascana’s next 50 years. ourWascana is a visioning project that’s part of a comprehensive review process initiated by the Board at Wascana Centre. On behalf of the Board, I’d like to invite all Saskatchewan residents to visit www. ourwascana.ca to answer three simple questions about Wascana Centre that will be used to help shape its future. You can also offer your feedback through Twitter and Facebook, by email to email@example.com, or via text.
As citizens of Saskatchewan, Wascana Centre belongs to each and every one of us. Today, it is a world-class centre that attracts more than five million visitors each year. By offering your vision for the future, you can help protect and enhance Saskatchewan’s capital and key provincial landmark, and ensure it is here for future generations to enjoy. Nelson Wagner, Regina, SK.
New stadium isn’t worth it for Saskatchewanites To the Editor: On Mayor Fiaco’s proposed monument – the dome stadium – here is where I stand and I’m sure I speak for the ma-
jority of Saskatchewanites. First, I fail to understand the intense promotion of a foreign game essentially played by foreigners in the top
levels of the “industry” – a game that permanently injures more youth than any other sport. It’s a virtual demolition derby of humanity.
I warn any government that supports this idiocy financially, it will lose voter support. Clem Pankoski, Yorkton, SK.
To the Editor: Most gun owners in Canada believe that once the long gun registry is revoked by C-19, everything will return to normal to pre C-68 days. How wrong it is to think this way. Killing the long gun registry has really not changed much in terms of controlling the people who own and use firearms in a peaceful manner. There are an estimated 396,000 possession licenses which will expire between now and May of 2013. There are over 300,000 already expired. These 396,000 firearm owners will become criminals in the eyes of the law as written in C-68. Let’s remember that C-68 has not been repealed in its entirety, a promise that Harper made over and over again before he became the PM. In other words, if you own a long gun (registered or unregistered), you must prove that you also have a valid possession license (PAL or POL), or you have broken the law and could face a fine or jail time for illegal possession of a weapon. The long gun no longer needs to be registered, but you the firearm user must be registered. In Canada firearm owners are seen as potential criminals and therefore all must be registered, so that the police know where all these potential criminals live. The Harper government will not waive the license fee as they have in the past. Because of budget shortfall, the Harper government wants to start collecting the $80 fee starting this September estimated to be over $20 million. Some provinces continue to keep back door registry information on lawful long gun owners despite calls from the feds to stop this activity. This mandatory possession license will impact the purchase of ammunition, firearms, hunting licenses, transportation, storage, etc. etc. So what has changed? Lawful firearm owners continue to be treated worse than criminals. In my opinion , all firearms laws should be removed from the criminal code. Please call your MP and let him or her know how you feel about this matter. Inky Mark, MP, Dauphin MB.
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A toolkit to build strong dads: Happy Father’s Day! This Sunday, many Canadians will take time out of their busy weekends to honour their fathers and celebrate fatherhood. Father’s Day gives us all an opportunity to pay tribute to the important role and contribution that fathers and father figures make in our children’s lives. In recent years, the federal government has seen an increase in the number of fathers looking for parenting support services. In response to this, incentives and programs have been offered to strengthen the dads among us. I’ve recently become aware of one such resource, “The Father Toolkit.” At 184 pages, it’s still available – and there’s no charge. Developed in 2009 under the umbrella of the Public Health Agency of Canada, the toolkit came about through the combined efforts of The Community Action Program for Children and Canada’s Prenatal Nutrition Programs. The Father Toolkit was intended for use by community organizations that have a mandate to strengthen families within their regions. It holds a treasure chest of resources. Along with combining relevant facts and important study details, it provides solid, practical guidelines and methods of reinforcing the “father health” in a community.
Parliamentary Report Op-Ed Column by Garry Breitkreuz “It is our belief,” the developers of the toolkit write, “that an involved, responsible father provides many positive contributions to the life of their developing children.” They list some impressive evidence. Statistics demonstrate that children who feel close to their fathers are: • Twice as likely to go to college or find a stable job after high school; • 75 per cent less likely to become teenage parents; • 80 per cent less likely to spend time in jail; • Half as likely to experience serious depression. Likewise, fathers benefit in numerous ways,
among them: • Increased self confidence; • Increased understanding of child development and milestones; • Closer bond with child(ren) and possibly families too; • Increased likelihood that dads will be involved with their communities; • Involved fathers report less than average contact with the law, less substance abuse, fewer hospital admissions. The toolkit’s developers point out three other positive results of responsible father involvement: • Healthier communities; • Healthier fathers and mothers; • Healthier, more stable marriages. The toolkit contains twelve self-standing sections called “pullout toolboxes.” They allow organizations to access the information that would help them most – everything from programming suggestions (dad camps, anyone?) to project planning, to an impressive library of resources geared to assisting families in their communities by strengthening the skills of fathers. “Fatherhood – it’s the best job on the planet!”
Now showing at the Godfrey Dean By DEVIN WILGER N-R Writer The art of Yorkton is on display at the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery. Every year, the gallery hosts Landscape and Memory, a showcase of local artists which puts local talent on display. There are 24 artists on display, with over 100 pieces. Don Stein, executive director, says this year not only is there a large variety of pieces, but that it’s also a show with many young and emerging artists. He notes that many of the people in the show have never been involved before, with many of them being young. “This year the work is really strong. People are bringing five really strong pieces, so when you go into the galleries it’s quite impressive,” he says. The show is important to keep a local art scene thriving and have local artists develop, Stein explains, because it gives them an audience to see and experience their work. “It’s the end of the arc of intention. When you set out to make a painting,
it’s really finished when you show it to somebody and they give you a response. You don’t make art to keep it in your studio, the intention is to have some kind of audience. This is for many people the first time they have that opportunity to show that work and listen to people’s comments.” The artists involved also had their work critiqued before the show began, Stein says, and the comments are something which allows them to grow and develop their work. One of those artists is Curtis Sarafincian, who only recently began painting, and is showing his work in that medium for the first time. “I’ve always wanted to explore painting. My background is in fashion design, clothing and sewing, and I just started experimenting with painting when I got home,” Sarafincian says. The opportunity to show is a rare one, especially for someone who is new to the medium like Sarafincian is. He says that it normally takes years to be able to show in the gallery, and to be able
to show is something he’s proud to participate in. “It’s a whole different feeling when you make something at home, and it’s sitting there and you look at it by yourself, versus showing it and letting other people see what you’ve done. It’s kind of like opening up your diary sometimes and showing them a personal side of yourself.” He says that the level of talent in the city is amazing, and he says that the level of work on display is something people of the city can be proud of. Also on display are photos taken at Operation Burrowing Owl, where students from the YRHS photography course participated in a conservation program with Nature Saskatchewan. The project is intended to shed more light on what Nature Saskatchewan is doing for wildlife in the province, and he says the plan is to do more work with them in the future. “It was a great adventure for them. You don’t see the ranch, you don’t see what happens out there. Just walking and seeing native prairie and interacting with all the
wildlife. Everybody wants to save the planet, but the researchers are actually doing it, one species at a time. It’s very tedious work, but the kids were inspired,” Stein adds. He says that the kids are developing as artists, but that young people are inspiring to him, and he believes that the future is in good hands. “Kids today are inspiring me. They’re full of energy, creativity and talent, and they’re not afraid to go out in the world and interact with it,” Stein says. The show runs until June 29. Admission is free.
THE GODFREY DEAN ART GALLERY is currently showing Landscape and Memory, a show which features local artists working in a variety of styles and forms. Pictured above, Prudence Achtymichuk and Willow Cardinal view some of the work on display.
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Yorkton Relay For Life June 22, 7 p.m. until June 23, 7 a.m. @ Century Field Celebrate Spring and Celebrate Survivors! Relay for Life is a life changing event that brings together more than 200,000 people throughout Canada. Call 782-2788 for more information or to get involved.
Yorkton Creators 4-H Club Welcoming new members ages 6-21. Projects include cooking, sewing, woodworking and cloverbud. For more info. call Vi at 782-4721. New Horizons Card Social 78 First Avenue North Every third Sunday of the month. Bingo, pool, shuffle board & darts. Starts at 2 p.m. $3 per person, lunch included. All are welcome! Call Ethel at 782-1621. Yorkton Prostate Group Meeting • meets every 3rd Thurs. of the month in the meeting room at the hospital • promotes early detection and speedy recovery Call 782-5748 for info.
Cribbage & Pool The Yorkton Retired Citizens Inc. group invites interested cribbage and pool players to come out to St. Gerard’s Church – lower level – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:15 to 4 p.m. $1 for the afternoon for crib, $1.25 for the afternoon for pool, price includes light lunch. For info. call Helen at 783-0802 or Angie at 783-7838. New Horizon Friday Night Dances 78 - 1st Ave. North Yorkton • June 15, music by Andrew Mariniuk & Boys • June 22, music by Ron & Sandra Rudoski • June 29, music by Bill Ripa.
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www.wagnersflooring.com CERMONIAL REVIEW – The 2834 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps held its Annual Ceremonial Review recently, to celebrate their achievements in the cadets over the past year. This year’s reviewing officer was Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit. Award winners are as follows: Col. M. Powell Trophy for Proficiency in Training – Level 1: Cdt. Z. Wintonyk. Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion Trophy for Proficiency in Training – Level 2: Cdt. C. Flaman. Capt. Florness Trophy for Proficiency in Training – Level 3 Cdt. C. Liboiron Capt. G. Kaschl Trophy for Most Active Level 1 Cadet: Cdt. H. Bean. Capt. W. Gaitens Trophy
for Best Attendance: Cdt. C. Wasmuth and Cdt. F. Slater. Capt. Warminger Trophy for Outstanding Personal Deportment: Cdt. C. Flaman. Capt. L. A. Nijssen Trophy for Esprit de Corps: Cdt. C. Liboiron. Capt. P. Jaques Citizenship Award: Cdt. Kyle Taphorn and Cdt. Kara Taphorn. Most Improved Marksman – Air Rifle – Green Star: Cdt. Z. Wintonyk. W.O. Pede Trophy for Top Marksman: Cdt. B. Jarvis. Congratulations to all cadets on another successful year. Pictured above, Yorkton MLA Greg Ottenbreit reviews the cadets. PA R K L A N D COLLEGE – Parkland College held its graduation ceremony recently, with students from the college’s many programs gaining their diplomas and degrees and celebrating the end of their student career. Va l e d i c t o r i a n Anthony Allary spoke about his journey towards a social work degree, and how the college was important to him and his classmates.
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The farmer is trained and moves on: part 9
Submitted by Kaare Askildt, former Preeceville area farmer in training. This is the ninth of a series on the move from farm to Hazel Dell. OH! My poor old body aches! To ease the pain I’m walking around looking like a twisted pretzel! And yet my wife did most of the work! I guess I just started hurting while watching her! I’m going to the chiropractor for a tune up tomorrow morning! It was snowing, blowing and miserable yesterday, so we decided to clean the stalls in the old barn and make nice for the new owners. The new owners will be here in a week, so time is a precious commodity these days. The four stalls on the left side, or the right side if you come in through the other door… Never mind! Those four stalls were cleaned first. One box stall and three tie stalls. Then we started on the right side, which could also be the left side, depending on which door you come through. One tie stall, one single box stall and a triple box stall. We had the lambs in the tie stall, so it was fairly quick and easy to clean. But the box stalls had been used by the cows, and they had been very, if not extremely busy producing flat pancake style manure. Some of the dry patties could actually be used as frisbees. The combination of straw, wood shavings
and cow patties were about a foot and a half deep and compacted. Using a shovel was like trying to dig in concrete. First I started lifting the mess from the bottom with a manure fork. Problem was that I had to use brute force to just get a small piece of smelly mess on the fork, and it would take forever! My wife told me that women are not as strong as men, (well duh! I know that!), so they have to be innovative. However, in this case it was more like doing the obvious! “Just like digging in the garden,” she said, “stick the tines in, then push forward and rock it back, and voila! You have a piece of cacapoopoo that is easy to handle!” But even then it was hard on the back. We still have the triple box stall to do tomorrow! However, my wife the innovator had devised another plan for trapping the barn cats. She had moved the old big dog transport cage into the barn, and covered most of it with a tarp. The feed tray had been placed inside of it, and she had been feeding the cats in there for about a week. When we arrived at the old farm in the morning she went inside the barn, filled up the feed tray in the dog cage, and almost all of the barn cats including “Whiskey” ran inside to eat. She closed and secured the front door to the cage, and all we had to do was
lift it into the back of the truck. We propped horse blankets around the cage to keep the cats from being chilled. Arriving home we carried the cage into the tack shed where we also have all the horse blankets, placed a bowl of water there and opened the door. All the familiar smells were there, so hopefully the cats will stick around and keep the mice out. Then there is the story where a four wheel cart full of potatoes had overturned in front of a neighbour’s farm. The young lad had turned the cart back upright and was reloading it when the neighbour came over. “That’s hard work son,” said the neighbour, “you should take a rest!” “Nah,” said the lad while wiping the sweat off his forehead, “pa won’t like it!” “Don’t be silly, come home with me and we’ll feed you supper!” invited the neighbour. “Nah, pa won’t like it!” said the lad again. “You need a rest! Come with me!” insisted the farmer. The young lad went along. After supper the young lad thanked the farmer and his wife for the food, and was putting on his cap to go. “Wait!” demanded the farmer, “let’s have some coffee and some cookies!” “Nah! I better get going ‘cause pa will be mad!” said the lad. “Well then, OK,” said the farmer, “by the way, where is your pa?” asked the farmer. “He’s under the potatoes!” said the lad.
SHHS Saints of the Month STUDENTS RECOGNIZED – Selected as Sacred Heart High School Saints of the month for April are Rita Fetsch and Zachary Todos. Rita adds a positive atmosphere wherever she goes and is always polite and friendly. She is known for making sure everyone is included and feels welcome. Rita is a straight A student with a 90 per cent plus average who works hard in every class, putting 110 per cent into every assignment, often doing more work than she needs to including AP math and English. In school you can find her playing soccer, badminton, basketball, track and field, cross country, and involved in musicals, drama, UROCK, SRC, yearbook, choir, and high performance. In the community she is in soccer, badminton, Grade 8 piano, Ukrainian dance, and music festivals in piano and vocal. She plays soccer and coaches the U6 United soccer team. Rita captained her soccer team to an indoor provincial championship and hopes to repeat that this summer. She has played lead roles in both musical
PROVINCIAL WINNERS – Pictured above are the local winners of the 2012 Annual Provincial Finals Competition and Saskatchewan Level of National Music Festival Competitions held in Saskatoon from June 1 - 3, 2012. Back Row: Janeil Mehrer (piano), Jeremy Ruten (piano), Nevalea Tkachuk (vocal). Front Row: Jacob Read (piano), Lauren Denysek (musical theatre). Missing: Haley Popick (piano), Michael Kozushka (baritone), Kate Martin (mallet) and the Grade 6, 7 8 Choir (mixed chorus). The Yorkton Community Ladies Choir also accepted the recommendation to Provincials (Women’s Chorus) and as per provincial submitted a recording of Alice-Quartel and Lux Aeterna-Stroope. This year the Yorkton Music Festival also received a Jamie Award from the Yorkton Film Festival in the category of “Community” presented at the awards ceremony held at the Painted Hand Casino held on May 24, 2012. The Yorkton Music Festival thanks the Yorkton Film Festival for this honour.
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and drama and has the initiative to take charge in various other sports and activities. Rita attends St. Mary’s parish every Sunday where she sings in the choir and attends catechism. Rita also attends church camps. Zachary is always friendly and has a smile on his face. He is a good role model who is well liked by students and staff. Academically, Zach maintains and honour roll average and is in AP math. In school he plays football, volleyball, badminton, track and field and is in high performance, band and jazz band. He also serves at school masses. In the community, Zach is a Ukrainian dancer with Kalyna, is an active member of St. Gerard’s youth group, has been an alter server for six years, where he is now one of the senior servers who organizes and trains younger servers. He teaches children’s liturgy, leading younger children in fun activities to help them understand the Gospel, and volunteers at numerous other parish functions. Congratulations Rita and Zachary!
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Downsizing or moving: dealing with an emotional experience to be honest with ourselves about our needs and capabilities both now and for our future.
FROM MOURNING TO JOY...
Margaret Anne Yost nursed for 35 years. I completed two units of Clinical Pastoral Education at the Regina
Column by Margaret Anne Yost Many of us can expect to move several times during our life time. We as seniors do not like to be told we need to downsize, or even more devastating is to be told we need to move to a smaller house or condo. With downsizing or moving we may experience many emotions. Some emotions we may need to deal with are also some of the same emotions we must deal with in grief – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally acceptance. Speaking about downsizing is very difficult, but doing something about it is even harder. As we get older, many of us struggle to maintain all the possessions and treasures we have acquired throughout our life time. Health issues or the death of a loved one often lead down the path of downsizing or moving. This journey now comes with even more challenges. Dealing with illness or death is complicated enough and when we mix in downsizing or a moving it becomes even more complicated and more difficult to deal with. Downsizing or moving is a difficult process and unique to each family. If we are guided by the principles of honesty and respect, we will make it through this journey. People who are aware of their own personal limitations often find it easier to make this decision. As seniors we may realize our house, yard
and garden have become more of a burden than a joy to maintain. So downsizing or moving to a smaller house, condo or retirement villa becomes a viable option. There is a great difference between our family thinking we should move or we as a senior think it is time to move or downsize. Children often want to be of great assistance to parents and encourage downsizing or moving, but the parents need to be ready for this move. If the parent is not ready for such a move it can cause many hard feelings. Selling our home or moving is a difficult task even when we actually want to downsize or sell our home. The people who have the easiest time downsizing or moving are those who want to do it. People who have a more difficult time downsizing or selling their home are those who don’t want to downsize or move but are being encouraged by family members or friends to take this route. We may encounter many emotions as we contemplate a moving or downsizing. The first emotions may be denial, anger, bargaining, and sometimes even depression. There will come a time in our journey that we will realize what is best for our situation. When acceptance sets in we will again be happy and will continue to enjoy life. It would be well for us
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$119,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1
338 - 3RD AVE. N.
95 MAPLE AVE.
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Size: 1186 sq. ft. ft Year Built: 2008 Taxes: $1595.00
$169,900 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 1064 sq. ft. ft Year Built: 1960 Taxes: $1545.00
$126,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
125 BRIDGER AVE., CHURCHBR CHURCHBRIDGE
230 POPLAR CRES., CHURCHBR CHURCHBRIDGE
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Size: 959 sq. ft. Year Built: 1947 Taxes: $1313.00
$155,900 Bedrooms: 3 B th 2 Bathrooms:
MLS® 433667 Text: CORE14 to 33344
282 MAPLE AVE.
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Size: 1256 sq. ft. Year Built: 1975 TTaxes: $1600 00 (2012) $1600.00
$189,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
MLS® 434013 Text: CORE18 to 33344
201 - 1ST AVE. N.
125 BRIDGER AVE., CHURCHBR CHURCHBRIDGE
Size: 1178 sq. ft. Year Built: 2011 00 (2012) Taxes: $2206 $2206.00
MLS® 434223 Text: CORE11 to 33344
108 BETTS AVE.
RM OF SALTCOATS
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$189,000 Size: 920 sq. ft. Year Built: 1982
Taxes Taxes:: $2206.00 (2012)
$144,900 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 1
MLS® 434235 Text: CORE11 to 33344
Size: 1339 sq. ft. Year Built: 1931 Taxes: $1353.00
Bedrooms:Size: 3 Yearsq.Built: $398,900 1980 ft. 2000 Bathrooms: 3 Built: Taxes: $2281.00 Bedrooms: 5 Year 2010 Size: 41200 Taxes: sq. ft. $1735.00 Bathrooms: 408174 MLS®MLS® 427661 Text: CORE16 to 33344
$482,500 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3
$142,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
Size: 1604 sq. ft. Year Built: 2005 Taxes: $3356.00
$489,900 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3
MLS® 425088 Text: CORE23 to 33344
Size: 2374 sq. ft. Year Built: 2004 Taxes: $3216.00
RM OF WALLACE
311 PROTHERO AVE., CHURCHBRIDGE
Size: 1217 sq. ft. Year Built: 1988 Taxes: $1850.00
Size: 1338 sq. ft. Year Built: 2012
MLS® 429855 Text: CORE28 to 33344
2 PIONEER DR., THEODORE
55 REAMAN AVE.
$275,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
$135,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 1380 sq. ft. Year Built: 1975 Taxes: $2037.00
220 - 8TH AVE. W., CANORA
$169,900 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
Size: 832 sq. ft. Year Built: 1959 Taxes: $1305.00
167 - 4TH AVE. N.
$199,900 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
56 STILLWATER BAY
Size: 1248 sq. ft. Year Built: 1948 Taxes: $1661.00
MLS® 429836 Text: CORE20 to 33344
220 CHRISTOPHER ST. - THEODORE
$129,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
Size: 1040 sq. ft. Year Built: 1968 Taxes: $765.00
MLS® 431383 Text: CORE29 to 33344
305&309 DOUGLAS AVE.
Size: 1296 sq. ft. Year Built: 1950 Taxes: $1317.00
MLS® 430203 Text: CORE13 to 33344
5 PHEASANT COVE
$369,900 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
Size: 1591 sq. ft. Year Built: 2009 Taxes: $2852.00
Size: 1288 sq. ft. Year Built: 1991 Taxes: $280.00 (2011) MLS® 429246
MLS® 428319 Text: CORE9 to 33344
MLS® 425135 Text: CORE32 to 33344
$259,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
#306 - 27 ERICHSEN PL.
$245,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2
MLS® 424403 Text: CORE21 to 33344
64 PARKLANE DR.
Size: 1632 sq. ft. Year Built: 1976 Taxes: $901.00
123 ST., SPRINGSIDE 56PATRICK STILLWATER BAY
$479,800 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3
Size: 1484 sq. ft. Year Built: 1913 Taxes: $1230.00 (2011)
MLS® 429080 Text: CORE33 to 33344
12 PARKLANE DRIVE
MLS® 424203 Text: CORE22 to 33344
30 WILLIS AVE. - SPRINGSIDE
$83,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
$78,000 Size:Built: 689 sq. ft. $389,000 Year 2011 Bedrooms:33 Year Built: 1948 Bedrooms: Bathrooms:31 Taxes: $818.00 Bathrooms: Size: 1615 15 sq. ft. 425954 MLS® MLS® 420689 Text:CORE31 CORE25to to33344 33344 Text:
15 POPLAR BAY
Size: 1872 sq. ft. Year Built: 1970
Size: 700 sq. ft. Year Built: 1946 Taxes: $1253
#3-66 RUSSELL DRIVE 209 TAYLOR AVE., SPRINGSIDE
$239,900 Size: 1100 sq. ft. Bedrooms: 3 Year Built: 1987 Bathrooms: 2 MLS® 429211 & 420693 Text: CORE26 to 33344
$295,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3
$105,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
RM OF WALLACE
$350,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 780 sq. ft. Year Built: 1960 Taxes: $1398
210&214 RANKIN RD, CHURCHBRIDGE
$20,000 Acreage MLS® 421962
$215,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
RM OF GARRY $268,800 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2
$85,000 Farm & Ranch
Size: 1344 sq. ft. Year Built: 2012
$31,500 Lots & Land Taxes: $69.00
MLS® 421725 Text: CORE24 to 33344
96 POPLAR PLACE - GOOD SPIRIT
$169,900 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1
Size: 863 sq. ft. Year Built: 1973 Taxes: 743
MLS® 419880 Text: CORE4 to 33344
MLS® 421471-421472 Text: CORE10 to 33344
15 MCBURNEY DRIVE
$269,900 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4
RM OF INSINGER
Size: 1747 sq. ft. Year Built: 1976 Taxes: $2318.00
$260,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3
MLS® 422339 Text: CORE19 to 33344
Size: 1520 sq. ft. Year Built: 1990 Taxes: $505
$439,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3
Size: 1615 sq. ft. Year Built: 2012
Size: 1140 sq. ft. Year Built: 2011
$240,000 Size: 1364 sq. ft. Bedrooms: 3 Year Built: 2011 Bathrooms: 2 MLS® 420691 & 420693 Text: CORE2 to 33344
MLS® 420689 Text: CORE31 to 33344
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47 REAMAN AVENUE S O LD MLS®
313 PROTHERO AVE., CHURCHBRIDGE S O LD MLS® 421730
146 BAILEY D DRIVE W. S O LD MLS® 432011
MLS® 413933 Text: CORE30 to 33344
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NEWS REVIEW SPORTS Sport notes Stock car racing The stock car racing season at the Yellowhead International Speedway is set to open. The season schedule will have races Sunday, June 24; Sunday, July 29; Sunday, August 19; Sunday, September 16; Saturday, September 29 and Sunday, September 30. All races get underway at 2 p.m. unless otherwise stated. If rained out, the race will be held the following weekend.
Games tryouts The 2012 Saskatchewan Summer Games will take place in Melfort July 29 to August 4. Sports include archery, athletics, baseball, basketball, canoe/kayak, equestrian, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis triathlon, and volleyball. Team tryouts will be held between April and July. For more information on dates and age classes visit www.parklandvalley.ca, call 786-6585 or email email@example.com.
Yorkton Cardinals The Yorkton Cardinals take on the Melville Millionaires Saturday June 16 at Jubilee Park. Game starts at 7:05 tickets are available at the game.
Cricket Clinic Saskatchewan Cricket Assoc. is facilitating a cricket clinic at Sacred Heart on Friday, June 15 from 1-3pm. Faisal Anwar from Yorkton and Dan Davies of the Lions Cricket Club in Regina will be teaching cricket basics in an attempt to grow the sport.
Deer Park Life Member On Wednesday, June 20th, the Deer Park Ladies Golf Club is hosting the Life Member Induction Luncheon at the Deer Park Clubhouse at 11:30 am. There are seven (7) very special women receiving long overdue recognition. For more information contact Iris Romanuk of Deer Park Ladies Golf Club at 783-5633
Mosquito Baseball The Yorkton Cardinals AA baseball team is hosting its first ever night game June 27 at the Kinsmen Ball Diamond. Come out and support the young Cardinals ballplayers in a once in a lifetime event for the Mosquito ballclub.
CONNOR LUTZ looks to represent Yorkton and Saskatchewan on the international stage with a solid performance at the IPF Classic Cup in Stockholm, Sweden June 10-17.
Local powerlifter competes in IPF Classic Cup By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Yorkton has its very own elite powerlifting athlete. Connor Lutz, who is Yorkton raised is competing as a representative of Canada in the IPF Classic Cup in Stockhom Sweden from June 10-17. Lutz is the number one ranked unequipped male power lifter in Saskatchewan and is the twelfth highest ranked in Canada at the
moment. Lifting an impressive 215kg in the squat lift, as well as having a 165 kg bench lift and a 240 kg deadlift, Lutz is an up and coming powerlifter in the international circuit, being the second youngest competitor at the IPF Classic Cup. Lutz currently attends the U of S where he played football for the Huskies for four years before pursuing a powerlifting career. Holding fifteen provincial records
Lutz has a chance to put Yorkton and Saskatchewan on the map with an impressive performance in an international competition. No matter how Lutz does in the IPF Cup he has down something truly unique and has put his hometown and himself on the map by being one of Saskatchewan and Canada’s most promising young unequipped powerlifters and looks to be on the path to a promising career in his new sport.
Yorkton Cardinals continue up and down start By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer The weather has been putting a log jam in the beginning of the Yorkton Cardinals 2012 campaign. After having their Thursday road doubleheader against the Weyburn Beavers postponed to Friday, the Cardinals had their Highway 10 rivalry clash at home against the Melville Millionaires postponed due to a heavy storm Saturday afternoon. However the Cardinals did manage to get their two games in at Weyburn’s Tom Laing Park, splitting a doubleheader against the Beavers. The Cards took the first game of the doubleheader 5-0 before losing the tail end 12-5. In the opening game the Cards benefited from a seven inning strikeout performance from Travis Donahoo and two RBI’s from Tory Bell to end their losing streak. In the second game the Cardinals put up another promising performance with the bats matching their five run total from the previous game, but in a change of roles the pitching was the Cardinals downfall. On Monday night the Cardinals travelled to Pirie Field in Melville to take on the Millionaires in another East Division clash. The Cardinals, who are one spot below the second place Millionaires in the East failed to earn any ground in the
standings losing 9-2 in another tough defeat. Melville benefited from a seven run fifth inning after Yorkton held a one run lead earned in the second inning. The win put the Millionaires at .500 for the season and three games up on the Cardinals. Tuesday night saw the Cardinals host the Central Division Moose Jaw Miller Express at Jubilee Park. The Cardinals crept within a game and a half of second place in the East Division with a 3-2 win that improved their record to 3-5 in the young WMBL season. The Cardinals had another solid starting pitching performance as Dylan Tye pitched a 7.2 inning two run performance keeping the game close for the Cards despite the two run fourth inning. The Cardinals once again showed their late rally fight with a seventh inning run on a Moose Jaw error closing the Moose Jaw lead to within one. Mike Perry tied the game up with a clutch RBI in the eighth followed by a game winning RBI from Gabe Cook to give the Cardinals a 3-2 lead heading into the ninth inning where Corey Thompson closed out the Express earning him the win and giving the Cardinals momentum heading into an important three game stretch against division leaders Regina and a double header clash with the Weyburn Beavers on Saturday. Both games are at Jubilee
Park and will be an important chance for the Cardinals to continue to get some foot-
ing in the standings after a disappointing start to their 2012 season.
YORKTON CARDINALS took place Tuesday against the Moose Jaw Miller Express.
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Jarret Stoll finally at top of the game, champion On Tuesday night the Stanley Cup was finally awarded, and after a wild series that saw the New Jersey Devils come from 3-0 down to give the Kings one last scare, Los Angeles took advantage of a five minute boarding penalty to Steve Bernier scoring three goals and clinching the franchiseâ€™s first ever Stanley Cup. While the big story nationally is the Kings club winning their first Stanley Cup after having great players such as Rob Blake, Luc Robitaille, Wayne Gretzky and Jari Kurri fail to do so, locally the major story is Jarret Stoll getting his first Stanley Cup. Stoll who has ties throughout the Parkland, being born in Melville and raised in Yorkton, has had a solid NHL career,
but has never been the player who gets the recognition of the analysts in the media. However, Stoll has stepped up his game from his Edmonton days, when he played for a Oilers squad that was also an eighth seeded underdog that made it to the finals in 2006. The Oilers however dug themselves a 3-0 hole and despite a legendary comeback to force a game seven, the Oilers lost to the Carolina Hurricanes leaving Stoll without a title. Stoll, who was still a solid faceoff specialist with the Oilers, was traded to the Kings in 2008 and continued to fill his role as a solid, but not flashy player. A first overall WHL Bantam Draft selection and Memorial Cup
Ruttigâ€™s rants Column Chase Ruttig champion, Stoll had experienced success at the major junior level, but with losing the Stanley Cup in a seventh game and being traded to a Kings franchise that wasnâ€™t exactly known for winning Stanley Cups, it seemed as if Stoll was destined to be one of the NHLâ€™s most underrated players. Underrated players are the players that team-
YUFC U 10 Boys Dominate Tournament By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer
The Yorkton United FC U-10 team went to Regina over the weekend to compete in the Challenge Cup. The YUFC split up into two teams comprised of their U-10 squad and choice U-8 players who the coaches felt could compete at the higher level. With two soccer festivals and weeks of practice under their belt the young YUFC footballers were prepared to take on the challenge of a tournament. The two Yorkton sides dominated the tournament comprised of teams from Regina, Swift Current and Melfort. The teams went unbeaten in the tournament, with one side drawing one team before beating them in the knockout stage. With both Yorkton sides in the final the teams decided to host the final on Wednesday evening rather than play the final Saturday night in Regina. U-10 coach Mike Jakubiec was happy with
the way his U-10â€™s performed and the promise they showed for the future of football in Yorkton. Jakubiec added that while the U-8 program is the grassroots level for the club, U-10 is where tactical training is introduced and the players from this level go on to the U-12 program and begin to advance in their football careers for the club. Most of the players on the current U-18 and menâ€™s teams have played some sort of youth club football in the YUFC program and the U-8 and U-10 program ensures that tradition will continue. Jakubiec also mentioned that most of the players in the tournament have been playing for two or three years and their progress has been evident in their results. The final of the Challenge Cup will be held Wednesday at the Parkland Mall pitch at five p.m. All spectators are welcome to come cheer on the kids as they play in a cup final for the first time.
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mates and coaches love, but donâ€™t have the type of game or type of personality that makes them the guy who has all the endorsements or is the interview during intermission on Hockey Night in Canada. A third line faceoff specialist on midlevel teams like the Oilers and Kings are never going to get the respect they deserve from the TSN panel
or on Coaches Corner, no matter how solid of pieces they are to their teams. The 2012 Los Angeles Kings thrived off of players like Jarret Stoll though, and his high faceoff percentage and solid defensive play became a focal point throughout the playoffs and his series clinching overtime goal on Cory Schneider to send home the leagueâ€™s best Vancouver Canucks in the opening round finally put Stoll in the spotlight his hard work earned. Once an underrated player gets placed in the spotlight, his hard work and strengths are easier to notice to the casual fan who isnâ€™t aware of the minutiae and deepness of the game beyond the goal scoring. Stoll actually scored half the points
he tallied in his 2006 run with the Oilers, but drew more than double the praise he received from the media in this yearâ€™s magic season. Stoll is a role model for all athletes as he shows that you donâ€™t have to be teamâ€™s most flashy or loudest player to make a name for yourself, but if you play your game to your strengths and be a good team player eventually your recognition and reward will come to you. It was a long overdue journey for a player who shows the work ethic and ideals that the Parkland area likes to associate itself with, but at the end of the day Stollâ€™s hard work and solid play has earned himself a moment in the spotlight, and Iâ€™m sure it was worth the wait.
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Sacred Heart hosts 2012 Sports Awards Night
After a successful 2012 athletics season, Sacred Heart High School held its 2012 Spring Sports Awards night on Monday. The basketball, curling, badminton, cheer, and track and field teams all handed out awards in the school’s four award categories. The categories included Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player, Rookie of the Year, and Saint Sebastian, the award given out to the player who most exemplifies team spirit on their respective team. Junior badminton honours includ-
ed Jake Holinaty as MVP, Kris Pidperyhora as Most Improved Player and Laura Vachon as St. Sebastian. Dylan Johnson and Anthony Fetsch shared MVP honours for the Sr. badminton season, with Rita Fetsch winning Most Improved Player, Eilish Stranaghan and Brianna Ostafie splitting St. Sebastian, and Riana Skikewich winning Rookie of the Year. Jr. Boys Basketball saw David Ojo win MVP and Rawlee Wyatt win Most Improved player while the Sr.
Boys team had Nathan Ruff and Logan Coutts split MVP honours, Carter Ruff take Rookie of the Year, Dylan Johnson was Most Improved and Preston Liebrecht was named St. Sebastian. Curling awards went to Nathan Guy, (St. Sebastian) Brianna Ostafie, (Most Improved) Tanner Kinaschuk, (Rookie) and Leta Perepeluk (MVP). Cheer MVP was Shelby Schill, Most Improved was Taylor Ringdal, Courtney Dudley was Rookie of the Year and Lori Malinowski was this year’s St.
Sebastian. Jr. Girls Basketball’s Most Valuable player was Bryce Sherring, while Hailey Vitkauskas and Stephanie Sturtz were Most Improved Player and St. Sebastian respectively. Sr. Girls Basketball went to Emily Kruger, (MVP) Megan Yagelniski, (Most Improved) Hanna Hansen (Rookie) and Connor Rosluk (St. Sebastian). Congratulations go out to the 2012 Sacred Heart athletes on a successful season and to all of the award winners for their hard work and dedication to local athletics.
CPCA chuckwagon racing By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer The Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association held its Yorkton races over the weekend and despite heavy rain that could have ruined the weekend’s events, they managed to get two days worth of races out of the weekend. BJ Carey took first place in the aggregate standings after the two days of racing with a total time of 2:10:68 with Devin Mitsuing taking second with a time of 2:11:15. Kelly Morin rounded out the top three with a time of 2:11:17 narrowly missing out on taking the second place honours. Day one of racing saw Devin Mitsuing take first place, Jamie
Laboucane take second place and Kelly Morin take third place. Day two was postponed due to the heavy rain on Saturday, Sunday’s events on day three rounded out the event. Bj Carey took first place for day three with a time of 1:03:88, followed by Kelly Morin in second with a time of 1:04:89 and Vern Nolin in third with a time of 1:05:21. Devin Mitsuing took fourth place with a time of 1:05:39 which combined with his first place performance on Friday earned him second place honours in the aggregate standings for the weekend. Check out cpcaracing.com for more info on the chuckwagon racing season.
MVP WINNERS of the 2012 SHHS Spring Sports Awards which was held on Tuesday. All spring sports teams were honoured during the evening event.
Sacred Heart Cheerleading Clinic By CHASE RUTTIG N-R Writer Sacred Heart High School hosted its first ever cheerleading clinic on Saturday and it was a huge success for the school. Sacred Heart coaches and current cheerleaders instructed new cheerleaders along with former U of S Huskies and Saskatchewan Roughrider cheerleader Alynn Brischuk. The day started off with a morning session for ages six to ten then closed with an afternoon session for cheerleaders of ages twelve to seventeen. The purpose of the weekend event was too teach cheerleading basics as well as to grow the sport in the Yorkton area. SHHS cheerleading coach Marie Litzenberger was happy with the way the days events went and how the clinic taught cheerleading to the youth of Yorkton. Litzenberger stated, “The clinic teaches all the basic components of cheerleading in a compressed timeframe; steps, cheers, jumps, tumbling and tumbling were all put together and we put together a mini routine.” Litzenberger was also happy with the turnout as the morning session had around 48 participants and the afternoon session included around 15 to 20 girls registered. Litzenberger wanted to thank Alynn Brischuk for donating her time for the school’s first ever event of its kind as well as Sacred Heart itself for donating the gym for the clinic. The Sacred Heart Cheerleading team will look to regroup for its 2012/13 year when school resumes in the fall.
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YMATC fare well at Regina/Melville tournaments Students from YMATC recently travelled to two tournaments with many podium appearances. The Yorkton based martial arts club travelled to two tournaments in the past weeks an saw some very impressive results, representing Yorkton on the martial arts stage with some dominating performances in various disciplines. YMATC trains a variety of fighters in various martial arts forms including weapons fighting, forms, kickboxing, and grappling. All of these skills and forms were on display as YMATC took to the road in Regina and Melville recently.
On Saturday, May 26 the club traveled to the Can-Am Classic Open tournament in Regina/ Balgonie. The club earned two medals in the very competitive tournament. Gracynn Gurniak-Hudy finished first in musical forms while Issac Fayant finished second in point sparring giving YMATC a respectable showing in the Regina/Balgonie tournament. Sunday June 3 Sil Foo Kung Fu hosted a invitation tournament held in Melville attended by the YMATC club, which dominated the medal podium. Zachary Franklin finished first in point and weapons sparring in his age group as well as Taylor Greba. Damon Crowe-Buffalo fin-
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