A man is dead after a single-vehicle crash in Yorkton Saturday morning, according to police.
Skills Canada Saskatchewan hosted their annual Trade and Tech Day: Pathways to Promising Careers, at Yorkton Regional High School on Wednesday.
In celebration of National Child Day on Nov. 20, kids from the city of Yorkton spent the day learning about their rights as a child through fun and educational activities organized by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yorkton and Area.
SaskPower representatives are travelling across different cities in the province and giving online informational sessions about a series of scenarios for how residents and industries can reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
A Canadian Forces veteran in Yorkton is highlighting the important role Canadians have in peacekeeping operations across the globe.
An art installation is making its way throughout Treaty Four territory this year, with its last stop being at the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery (GDAG) in Yorkton.
Agriculture Week in Yorkton is being celebrated through the annual Grain Millers Harvest Showdown happening from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4.
Reactions were mixed following an announcement that students at Canora Junior Elementary School would not be sporting spooky costumes but celebrating harvest on Oct. 31.
A pilot program for learning how to skate and trying out different Skate Canada programs was launched on the Ochapowace First Nation on Friday.
This fall, farmers in southern Saskatchewan can safely dispose any unwanted agricultural materials through a program organized by Cleanfarms.
Saskatchewan’s diversity is about to be put on full display with the national Culture Days campaign back for another year.
The rivalry between the Yorkton Terriers and Melville Millionaires isn’t a new one, by any stretch of the imagination.
A new look is on the horizon for an age-old site in Yorkton.
According to reports from TSN’s Farhan Lalji, the race to become the next head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders is down to two potential candidates.
After predicting a surplus of $736 million, the Saskatchewan government is now forecasting a deficit of $250.5 million in its mid-year financial report released on Monday.
As holiday shopping draws near – a recent study reveals the rising cost of living is taking a particularly large toll on Saskatchewan residents.
An increased police presence in Assiniboia is due to the execution of a search warrant, Saskatchewan RCMP say.
Jennifer Bowes, the NDP MLA for Saskatoon University, issued an apology after liking a social media post which included the chant “From the river to the sea.”
A 16-year-old in Regina has been charged after allegedly travelling more than twice the speed limit down residential streets in the city's northwest end.
RCMP say two people have been charged following a “serious assault" in Grenfell, Sask. that left a man with serious injuries.
Inside workers in the City of Prince Albert could soon be heading back to work.
The woman killed in a head-on collision in Huntsville over the weekend that also claimed the lives of four teenagers has been identified.
Amid an ongoing strike at Western Canada's largest sugar refinery, bakery owners and chocolatiers are finding it hard to locate the amounts of sugar they need to keep their businesses going as we head into the holiday season.
Premier Danielle Smith invoked Alberta’s sovereignty act on Monday to implement new measures in her fight against Ottawa’s looming clean electricity rules while conceding she didn't need the act to put the changes in place.
Sandy Hook families who won nearly US$1.5 billion in legal judgments against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for calling the 2012 Connecticut school shooting a hoax have offered to settle that debt for only pennies on the dollar -- at least US$85 million over 10 years.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump threatened over the weekend to reopen the contentious fight over the Affordable Care Act after failing to repeal it while in the White House, saying he is "seriously looking at alternatives" if he wins a second term.
A tenuous extended truce as calls for a long-term ceasefire swell; shooting of 3 men of Palestinian descent in Vermont could be hate crime.