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- THE ENTERPRISE AND YORKTON THIS WEEK are purchased by Armadale Company Ltd. - The Yorkton Regional High School Football Team became Provincial Champions this year. - Canada Post issued a stamp in the Architecture series illustrating the Provincial Court House in Yorkton, describing it as "A distinctive public landmark....a striking example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture in Canada." - The Special Olympics Summer Games were held in Yorkton.- YORKTON & DISTRICT PAPER INC., owned by Ken Chyz and David Buscis, starts publishing THE PAPER , a free-distribution advertising publication. - Yorkton was host to the Saskatchewan Country Music Awards.There are plenty of other sites for that - you're looking for a long-lasting relationship with someone who truly gets you.Your time is far too valuable to be filtering through countless profiles of singles who have little in common with you.There's a lot to love about our beloved city and there's a lot to envy, but the thing that makes us truly unique is our relationships with each other. We put our heart into making meaningful connections that lead to long-lasting relationships.
- The Henry Apartments at #81 Second Avenue North was designated a Municipal Heritage Property on February 26th.What makes us different is our key dimensions of personality that will match you based on your beliefs and values as well as what matters most to you in your significant other.Viewing your matches is absolutely free, so why not register and see who you're matched with?- The Doukhobor brick house located at #29 Myrtle Avenue received Municipal Heritage designation on August 10th. - The Sports Hall of Fame was established with founding members: Vern Pachal, President, Dave Rusnak, Randy Goulden, Bev Fruin, Patti Pilon, Lynda Ziglo, Dave Baron, Byron Mc Corkell, Merv Laube, Gordon Johnson and Gerry Bulitz. - Saskatchewan Wildlife Convention was held here, with 350 delegates attending.
- Labatts Mens Curling Playoffs were held here this year. - The Yorkton Credit Union had the grand opening of their new building at #64 Broadway Street East on Tuesday, November 2nd. - Yorkton hosted the Western Divisional Figure Skating Competitions.- THE COMMUNITY REVIEW is first published by Community Publishing Ltd.