Why we need superheroes

Snooki. Paris. Kim. We live in a culture that currently celebrates ordinary, untalented mortals who flex their muscles and have emotional meltdowns – for no good reason other than empty entertainment. No wonder I crave superheroes. At least they “live large” in a way that attempts genuine meaning. Superheroes ponder the heavy questions, from the dimensions of responsibility that go

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ECD Jr. and Sr. badminton playoffs hosted by YRHS

Boys’ Singles – 1) Darren Tillman (YRHS), gold; 2) Chad Zuluniaak (MCS), silver; 3) Dustin Musqua (Keeseekoose), bronze. Boys’ Doubles – 1) Dylan Johnson/Anthony Fetsch (SHHS), gold; 2) Tanner Bokor/Eric Asbjornhus (MCS), silver; 3) Zack Newell/Jordan Cherewyk (Norquay), bronze. Mixed Doubles – 1) Janelle Straightnose/Stefan Shingoose (Keeseekoose), gold; 2) Emily Kruger/Preston Liebrecht (SHHS), silver; 3) Rianna Skikewich/Justin Guy (SHHS), bronze.

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Spring camp shows some top talent

The three day camp saw six teams do some skills like skating backwards, scoring, shooting, four on four drills, to give coaches some idea of player skill levels Friday. Saturday followed with a round robin tournament with each team playing two games. Sunday saw three championship games, A, B and C side played, Odgers reports. http://www.yorktonnews.com/article/20120503/YORKTONNEWS0201/305039985/spring-camp-shows-some-top-talent

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Ben Heenan found his way at Regina’s Sheldon-Williams Collegiate

REGINA — If Grand Coulee’s Ben Heenan is the top pick in the upcoming CFL draft, it’s because he crossed the line in high school. Now the top offensive line prospect in the draft, the 22-year-old Heenan had humble beginnings as a defensive lineman at Regina’s Sheldon-Williams Collegiate. “When he started in Grade 10, he had never played football before,�

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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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