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Update: Bitter cold, difficult roads follow Alberta Clipper

Update: Bitter cold, difficult roads follow Alberta Clipper

Did you plug your vehicle in?
Two years of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine

Two years of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine

Ukraine is in desperate need of expanded support in war against invaders from Russia.
Cote First Nation Chief speaks about residential school impacts

Cote First Nation Chief speaks about residential school impacts

To help those affected heal the Yorkton Tribal Council hosted an ‘Indian Residential School Gathering’ in the city this week.
Community Spirit Sizzles at Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Community Spirit Sizzles at Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Local organizers expressed gratitude as the annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper in Kamsack saw good attendance this year on Feb. 13.
Successful Arran bonspiel wraps up, overcomes warm weather

Successful Arran bonspiel wraps up, overcomes warm weather

While there were fears that it would be too warm for the Arran rink's natural ice, the community's bonspiel proceeded as planned, bringing together 16 teams for a spirited competition.
Canora Cobras win over Cote Selects in close hockey showdown

Canora Cobras win over Cote Selects in close hockey showdown

In a thrilling clash between the Cote Selects and the Canora Cobras, hockey fans were treated to an exciting display of skill and determination on the ice.
Kamsack Flyers conclude time in Sask U13 Hockey Provincials

Kamsack Flyers conclude time in Sask U13 Hockey Provincials

“It was a great series of hockey with two evenly matched teams," head coach Jared Ruf said. 
Duck Mountain Nordic Club preparing for loppet

Duck Mountain Nordic Club preparing for loppet

The Duck Mountain Nordic Club is preparing for its premier event. The Duck Mountain Loppet, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 24, starts at the Madge Lake Golf Course in Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
Kamsack Students participate in University of Regina Honour Bands

Kamsack Students participate in University of Regina Honour Bands

From Feb. 2 to Feb. 4, a group of eight students from Kamsack attended the University of Regina Intermediate and Senior honour bands, joining approximately 200 other students from across Saskatchewan in this musical event.
Tatoo artist among those who have relocated after Crowstand closure

Tatoo artist among those who have relocated after Crowstand closure

Electric Skin Tattoo, a well-known establishment in Kamsack, has recently relocated to a new location following the closure of the Crowstand Centre. The tattoo shop, owned by Randy Leis, has moved to the corner of First Street and Second Avenue, where it