Yorkton Springers host provincial championships

Meet results for Yorkton Springers gymnasts were: Provincial 1 Novice – Shalysa Brown, first (gold 49,300); Jayden Jarvis, second (47.850); Emily Zajac, fourth (47.250); Alison Landstad, eighth (46.100); Meaghan Pinno, ninth (46.000); Laura Betker, 10th (45.700). Provincial 1 Tyro – Jenna Schofer, first (gold, 47.950); Bryn Nystrom, second (47.850); Sidney Shyiak, fourth (47.050); Jessica Gascho, sixth (46.400); Hayley Fayant-Stephens, seventh

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Another sellout for Football Night in Saskatchewan

Among the guests were several local football notables like Daniel Benner, currently an offensive lineman with the Winnipeg Rifles, Rob Zerr, former captain of the U of S Huskies, Allan Kyle, the Nehring brothers among others. “There are all kinds of old football guys here and it’s just nice to see them all out tonight,” Sharpe says. http://www.yorktonnews.com/article/20120503/YORKTONNEWS0201/305039999/another-sellout-for-football-night-in-saskatchewan

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A minute with Nickelback

(MCT) ATLANTA – Nickelback has never been a critical darling. Singer Chad Kroeger even noted, with a self-effacing laugh, on a recent conference call with journalists that he doesn’t ever expect to see the band in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, either. But face it, Nickelback writes radio-magnet tunes with arena-ready choruses. The Canadian rockers, fronted by gravelly

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City of Regina asks Sask. Gov’t for $230 million for stadium and downtown redevelopment

REGINA — The City of Regina is asking the provincial government to contribute $230 million toward the Regina Revitalization Initiative, with $200 million toward a new stadium. Brent Sjoberg, deputy city manager of corporate services and chief financial officer, held a press conference at City Hall on Tuesday in response to the province releasing details earlier in the day of

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Nager Syndrome: Gene identified in rare malady that deforms kids

CALGARY — Eight-year-old Hannah Richardson enjoys softball and soccer, and learning about science at school “because we do explosions and it’s cool.” On Tuesday, the Grade 3 student, who has a mild form of Nager Syndrome, had another question on her mind. “When I have kids when I grow up, will my kids have Nager Syndrome?” she asked her longtime

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