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Former Pelly resident upset with STC bus service

A while ago I was visiting in the Pelly area. I took the STC bus back, The bus comes into Kamsack, has to stand there for over an hour and then goes back. Since the 1950s, this bus would go to Pelly, Benito, Swan River and then back.

Holy Week brings journey of Jesus Christ into focus

By Rev. Nancy Brunt Holy Trinity Anglican Church We are about to enter the time in our church year when Jesus heads to Jerusalem and Holy Week when these events are the focus.

KCI band students to stage a winter carnival

Remember all the fun everyone has at the annual KCI Fun Night, just prior to Halloween? That’s when the high school students stage a carnival for elementary students and their parents while raising money for the senior class’s upcoming graduation.
Norquay junior mixed curling team

Norquay junior mixed curling team

Members of the Norquay junior mixed curling team, which competed at the East Central District Athletic Association (ECDAA) district finals in mixed curling at the Sturgis Curling Rink January 29 and 30, from left, were; Cole Rubletz, Kerri Kowch, Jay
Brad Knutson rink of Norquay tops Arran bonspiel

Brad Knutson rink of Norquay tops Arran bonspiel

Brad Knutson of Norquay, curling with Bob Lumley, Wilf Romanow and Vi Knutson topped the Arran annual bonspiel which was held January 24 to 31.
KCI track athletes place well at Saskatoon competition

KCI track athletes place well at Saskatoon competition

Two members of the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute’s track team distinguished themselves at the Knights of Columbus indoor games held January 30 and 31 in Saskatoon. Competing were Petrie Whitehawk and Holden Labelle.

Sunrise Health Region board discusses First Nations’ community health services

At the January 27 meeting of the Sunrise Regional Health Authority, Lawrence Chomos, the board chair, reported on activities for the previous month which included a January 15 meeting with Senator Ted Quewezance of Federation of Saskatchewan Indian N
Wagantall opens office

Wagantall opens office

Cathay Wagantall, Member of Parliament for the federal riding of Yorkton-Melville, recently celebrated the official opening of her constituency office in Yorkton.

Meal of baked ham and scalloped potatoes to raise money for improvement to the Kamsack Playhouse

Hungry folks need not worry what’s for supper on February 28 because that’s the day the board of the Kamsack Playhouse will be serving a meal of baked ham and scalloped potatoes.
Holy Door available to all at the Ukrainian Catholic Church

Holy Door available to all at the Ukrainian Catholic Church

SS. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canora is among the “privileged parishes” designated as a pilgrimage site for the extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy.