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Early morning fire destroys Hudson Bay Avenue home

A home on Hudson Bay Avenue was destroyed by fire during the night of December 4/5. The Kamsack fire brigade was alerted to a possible structure fire at 142 Hudson Bay Saturday at 12:45 a.m., said Jim Pollock, fire chief.
Kamsack Heart and Home Quilt Club concludes season

Kamsack Heart and Home Quilt Club concludes season

Members of the Heart and Home Quilt Club in Kamsack wrapped up their season last week by showing one another their work and by preparing the nine quilt tops they made for the Victoria’s Quilts program.

Super league curling continued in Norquay

By Doug Elsasser Draw five in the Duck Mountain Super League of men’s curling was played December 8 in Norquay where all three sheets of ice were occupied. The game between Terry Dennis of Canora and hometown favourite Ken Newell was a brief affair.

Duck Mountain Ski Hill plans to open on Boxing Day

Although the board and staff at the Duck Mountain Ski Hill had hoped to open the facility this winter by this week, the relatively mild season has convinced them to wait until Boxing Day to open.

Parkland Midget AA Lions female hockey team splits a pair of games on the weekend

The Parkland Midget AA Lions female hockey team split a pair of weekend games against its Regina counterparts in the South Saskatchewan Female Hockey League (SSFHL) on the weekend. On December 12, the Lions hosted the Regina Capitals in Churchbridge.
Trophies measured for Kamsack wildlife federation members

Trophies measured for Kamsack wildlife federation members

A total of 25 trophies belonging to hunters with the Kamsack branch of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation were measured during the branch’s annual measuring event on December 7.
KCI students pre-Christmas activities geared to filling hamper collection box

KCI students pre-Christmas activities geared to filling hamper collection box

Students of the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute are involved in several special events in the days before their Christmas holidays and several of them were designed to help fill Christmas hampers.
Kamsack Community Choir “recycles” songs for Christmas concert

Kamsack Community Choir “recycles” songs for Christmas concert

For its seventh annual Christmas concert, the Kamsack Community Choir chose to revisit some of the more popular tunes the choir had performed in the past.
Santa visits Kamsack

Santa visits Kamsack

Grace and Nathaniel Shabatoski not only met Santa Claus but were also able to greet two of his reindeer in Kamsack on November 27.
Helen Panchuk recipient of 2014 Garden of Saskatchewan Citizenship plaque

Helen Panchuk recipient of 2014 Garden of Saskatchewan Citizenship plaque

A 90-year-old woman credited with a long list of volunteer work and who also has a passion for gardening was selected as the recipient of the 2014 Garden of Saskatchewan Citizenship plaque.