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LOOKING BACK... A Decade Ago

New methods needed for farmers to co-exist with wildlife

Farming and wildlife have not always had the best of relationships. It often comes down to having two realities with divergent needs. A duck needs a wetland to nest near.

All things considered... Having a fall out

I love the weather in autumn, especially when we are blessed with high temperatures and warm breezes. There’s something about the air in September that is so appealing. It not only feels good but smells great as well.

FASD – Let’s talk about it

On September 9, many Saskatchewan communities were to be inviting people to barbecues, walks, or to enjoy mocktails (nonalcoholic drinks). It is FASD Awareness Day.

Buying a used vehicle? Find a trusted mechanic

Buying used can be a great way to get an affordable vehicle but consumers need to be cautious and do their homework before they buy.
Hotdog sale

Hotdog sale

The volunteer cooking hotdogs and hamburgers at Bell Park in Norquay on August 12 to raise funds for the Covenant Church’s kids’ camp, from left, were: Rick and Livia Dahlin, Crystal Dahlin and Jim and Judy Nelson.

Supplemental grazing for late fall and winter

Grazing of crop residue and stockpiled forages can be supplemental feeding options in addition to swath grazing annuals, grazing corn, or bale grazing.

Let us share our abundance by welcoming refugees

Generations ago the clashing of empires produced martyrs and mayhem. We killed for country, culture, religion, race, and for power. Today it seems no different as we read our newspapers and watch what is happening on TV.
Norquay slo-pitch tournament showcases sports ground improvements

Norquay slo-pitch tournament showcases sports ground improvements

Norquay’s two ball diamonds were the scene of an eight-team slo-pitch tournament on August 8. The day kicked off with a pancake breakfast and concessions were open all day. Two bouncy structures were set up for the children.
Two work crews re-surface streets

Two work crews re-surface streets

Several portions of streets and avenues in Kamsack were re-surfaced last week when two work crews from two different companies, doing two different jobs, were in the community for a couple days.
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