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Emergency services to be temporarily disrupted at Kamsack Hospital

Emergency services to be temporarily disrupted at Kamsack Hospital

The service disruption will start May 6 as of 4:30 p.m. and last until to May 9 at 8 a.m. 
Cool temperatures and slow snow melt have kept fields cold and wet

Cool temperatures and slow snow melt have kept fields cold and wet

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period April 26 to May 2
Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report : Mystery caller

Canora/Sturgis RCMP activity report : Mystery caller

A female called the Canora/Sturgis RCMP stating that her car was stuck in Canora and required assistance, but she would not give her name and the licence plate number she provided was fake. Police made a patrol but the vehicle was gone.
Kamsack Nursing Home residents treated to a ‘chick flick’

Kamsack Nursing Home residents treated to a ‘chick flick’

Nothing compares to the sweetness of a spring baby
Cote Health hosts ‘paint night’ with artist Dustin Wilson

Cote Health hosts ‘paint night’ with artist Dustin Wilson

"The world always seems brighter when you’ve just made something that wasn’t there before." Neil Gaiman
Who is “The Real McCoy” of Kamsack?

Who is “The Real McCoy” of Kamsack?

It's time to meet the new neighbours
Canora/Sturgis RCMP lay charges following search warrant in Stenen

Canora/Sturgis RCMP lay charges following search warrant in Stenen

Property seized includes a truck, multiple recreational vehicles, and trailers previously reported stolen from the Yorkton area.
New publisher appointed for Kamsack Times

New publisher appointed for Kamsack Times

New face, new ideas for the three local newspapers including the Kamsack Times, Canora Courier, and Preeceville Progress.
Increased police presence near Stenen

Increased police presence near Stenen

A search warrant was executed in relation to an ongoing investigation at residence on the outskirts of Stenen April 25.
Local youth represent Kamsack at provincial archery competition

Local youth represent Kamsack at provincial archery competition

On the weekend of April 9/10, the River Valley Archery Club of Kamsack (a group that practices archery out of the Veregin Rink) saw three young archers compete in the Junior Olympic Program (JOP) archery tournament at Prince Albert.