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Tomorrow’s paper

It has been a busy March for Unity and the surrounding communities and the March 24th issue of the Unity Wilkie Press-Herald reflects that. Check it out for lots of photos and stories, including:

  • special presentations at the 35th Ducks Unlimited banquet and auction in Unity;
  • information from the annual Delta Co-op meeting held in Unity;
  • photos and bios of the adjudicators for the upcoming Unity Music Festival; and
  • lots of photos of happy skaters at the Unity Skating Club’s TOYLAND carnival!

Below, photos from the TOYLAND carnival – lots more in tomorrow’s Press-Herald!

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Today’s paper

Small but mighty – that’s the February 24th issue of the Unity Wilkie Press-Herald! Check it out for:

  • all the details on population changes in area towns, villages and RMs;
  • an explanation of new equipment being used by the RCMP;
  • details on the return of Unity Little Theatre (performances to be March 31 and April 1); and
  • all the latest hockey playoff reports.

There are details on the upcoming events for the Unity Skating Club and more square dancing history too!

Below, Saskatchewan’s Alanna Liu, who finished 13th at the Canadian championships, will be one of the guest skaters at the Skate Saskatchewan event, March 8 at the Unity arena, hosted by the Unity Skating club.

Skate Saskatchewan photo

Skate Saskatchewan photo

Get out your calendars!

You’ll need your calendar beside you when you read next week’s paper as there are many events coming up next month and beyond! You can find the events listed by clicking on our calendar link above, and read the fine details in the actual paper.

Besides the event details you will find in the advertising,, the March 3 Unity Wilkie Press-Herald features:

  • a wrap up of the Affinity Credit Union Provincial Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships, both in terms of results and impact on the community;
  • a prelude to the Unity Skating Club’s upcoming carnival, At the Movies;
  • a summary of results and where all three area senior men’s hockey teams are at in their respective league playoffs; and
  • a new concept in farm financing – commodity streaming.
Maze, Charteris and Eddingfield

Locals Gary Maze, Wayne Charteris and Daryl Eddingfield, playing with Unity skip Glen Heitt, almost made it to the championship game, falling short by only one point in the semifinal against Al Schick, Brian McCusker, Kerry Gudereit and Jim Loos of the Callie Curling Club of Regina. This photo was taken during a round robin match.