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TODOSCHUK, Cheryl

TODOSCHUK, Cheryl

TODOSCHUK - Cheryl was born on October 13th, 1963, the youngest of three, to Bill and Vivian Toderash in Swan River Manitoba.

Good Spirit School Division board approves $80 million budget

With anticipated revenues and expenditures in excess of $80 million, the Good Spirit School Division board passed the 2015/2016 budget at its June 17 regular meeting.
Supporters of district kidney patient raise funds at Yorkton walk

Supporters of district kidney patient raise funds at Yorkton walk

A team comprised of members of the communities of Keeseekoose and Cote First Nations was the top fundraising team at the Kidney Foundation of Canada walk in Yorkton on June 14. The team raised over $1,300, said Kristal Whitehawk.

Focus on Agriculture: Using financial statement ratios

As discussed in my last article, while financial statements are the measuring stick for farm business analysis, many farmers do not use them to their full potential.
Junior KCI students recognized at Spectacular Spartans awards program

Junior KCI students recognized at Spectacular Spartans awards program

Students in grades 5, 6, 7 and 8 at the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute who excelled during the 2014-15 term were recognized at the school’s Junior Spectacular Spartans awards evening on June 17.
Senior KCI students applauded at Spectacular Spartans program

Senior KCI students applauded at Spectacular Spartans program

Senior students of the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute who had distinguished themselves in academics and extra-curricular activities during the past year were introduced on stage and applauded during the Night of Spectacular Spartans on June 18.

Letter: Who runs this country – the Supreme Court or the federal government?

Dear editor, Are Supreme Court judges stepping over their judicial limitations? Never before in the history of Canada has any Supreme Court judge been able to declare any drug safe for medicinal purposes without the formal authorization to market or
Surveyor’s grandchildren visit Duck Mountain lake named after him

Surveyor’s grandchildren visit Duck Mountain lake named after him

Members of the family of a surveyor in whose name a lake at Duck Mountain Provincial Park was named picked their way through the bush to visit that lake.

Cote RM property taxes increase nearly a half mill

Property owners in the RM of Cote are paying nearly half a mill more in taxes this year than they paid in 2014. Council approved a budget during its meeting of May 8 which called for a tax rate of 13 mills.
BERRY, Dorothy Konkin

BERRY, Dorothy Konkin

Berry passed away on June 20 at the age of 94 in Medford, Oregon. Dorothy was born on a farm near Kamsack, Saskatchewan on March 2, 1921 to John and Elizabeth Konkin.