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Update: Kamsack RCMP arrest man wanted for murder

Update: Kamsack RCMP arrest man wanted for murder

KeeseeKoose man charged with second-degree murder.
Highway 5 bridge at Runnymede reopens after 22 months

Highway 5 bridge at Runnymede reopens after 22 months

The $7.9 million project to replace the bridge took roughly a year longer than anticipated.
Trade show earns money for Kamsack Seniors’ Centre

Trade show earns money for Kamsack Seniors’ Centre

As a result of the Nov. 5 Christmas Trade Show, a donation of $290 was presented to the Kamsack Seniors’ Centre.
Norquay student performs with Sask. Junior North Honour Band

Norquay student performs with Sask. Junior North Honour Band

Brody Nelson, a Grade 8 student at Norquay School, was one of about 55 students who played in the Saskatchewan Junior North Honour Band.
Craft and Culture Celebration planned for Kamsack

Craft and Culture Celebration planned for Kamsack

The Nov. 27 event is planned as an initiative that would start the ball rolling for an annual celebration of the community’s multicultural aspects and its diversity.
Incumbent, challenger win in Kamsack area RM elections

Incumbent, challenger win in Kamsack area RM elections

Dale Schwartz won in the RM of Cote's Division 4, while Ron Sernowski won in the RM of St. Philips' Division 6.
Remembrance Day service held at Kamsack's Eaglestone Lodge

Remembrance Day service held at Kamsack's Eaglestone Lodge

A Remembrance Day service was held at Eaglestone Lodge on Nov. 8.
Trumpet and bell donated, Legionnaire of the Year named

Trumpet and bell donated, Legionnaire of the Year named

During Kamsack Legion's Remembrance Day banquet, a trumpet that had been played at Legion events for five decades and the bell that had been a part of the HMCS Kamsack corvette were presented to the Legion branch, and a Legionnaire of the Year was named.
'World peace starts in the home': Kamsack Remembrance Day service

'World peace starts in the home': Kamsack Remembrance Day service

"We remember those who stepped up in their generation in the past and gave the ultimate sacrifice," said Rev. Stephen Ruten. "We call out their names. Otherwise we can forget. We respect the memory of those who died, so we call out their names in remembrance."
Five Kamsack hospital beds re-open, says Merriman

Five Kamsack hospital beds re-open, says Merriman

Kamsack hospital had seen issues with closures during summer
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