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Age progression of identical twins

Our age progression is rather interesting. When we were toddlers, our parents would always brag about our ages, but when we started to talk, we took care of that ourselves.

DISC requests government to renew commitment to assist people with disabilities

In 2011, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall stated it was the government’s “vision and goal to make our province the very best place in Canada to live for those with disabilities.

Regional parks receive $1.023 million in funding, a new act and regulations

The Government of Saskatchewan is providing the Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association (SRPA) with a grant of $1.023 million for the 2015-16 fiscal year.

Tips for pre-harvest management

This time of year there are many questions about harvest management and the use of pre-harvest chemicals in crops.

All things considered... The wedding singer

Just recently a former student of mine posted on her FB page that she had checked something off her bucket list – she had sung at a wedding (and done a fantastic job, I might add).

4-H Canada unveils brand evolution to meet opportunities, challenges of next century

Last month, 4-H Canada unveiled a bold new look with an updated clover logo that will help drive the iconic youth development organization into its next century of shaping lives and building leaders.
Hiawatha Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star hosts Saskatchewan grand family members

Hiawatha Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star hosts Saskatchewan grand family members

Members of the Hiawatha Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star “were honoured” recently to host members of the grand family of Saskatchewan as well as members of the subordinate chapters of Saskatchewan for the official visit to Kamsack.
Keeseekoose students make 10-day visit to Rome and Athens

Keeseekoose students make 10-day visit to Rome and Athens

The group of 11 students, teachers and chaperones from Keeseekoose Chiefs Education Centre who travelled to Rome and Athens at the end of June, was not only immersed in ancient Greek and Roman history, but members also received an up close view of si

No provincial sales tax on feminine hygiene products started July 1

The Government of Saskatchewan removed the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) from feminine hygiene products, effective July 1. This follows the federal government’s recently-announced GST exemption for tampons, sanitary belts and napkins and menstrual cups.

Yorkton Co-op program raises $5,100 toward a new CT Scan

The Yorkton Co-op, which operates a grocery store and a convenience store in Kamsack, has donated $5,100 towards a new CT Scan for the regional hospital in Yorkton.