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Thieves break in to the Kamsack town office

Loose change in desks and a day’s deposits were stolen from the Kamsack town office when it was illegally entered the night of August 26/27. It was discovered at 6 a.m. on August 27 that someone had entered the building after 8 p.m.

Wall walks a dangerous line

Really, the only people who should be telling you how to vote are the people who are who running for office themselves.

Times Perspective

LOOKING BACK... A Decade Ago

It’s time for robotics to get a foothold on farming

The idea of robotics in agriculture has long intrigued me.

All things considered... Play ball!

It is an exciting time to be a Blue Jays fan! The team has been playing some great ball and is making a serious bid to win the American Eastern Division and become a contender in the World Series.

Weak opposition – Wall?

The Saskatchewan Legislature session ended in June with Premier Brad Wall making the statement that the session was good, but added the laughable statement that the opposition party was weak in opposing the government. It would appear Mr.

Canada Post segment reports $31-million loss before tax in the second quarter

Transaction mail volumes fell faster in fi rst half of 2015 than in any fi rst half since volumes peaked in 2006
Power House Museum to mark 30th anniversary during special year-end celebration on Sunday

Power House Museum to mark 30th anniversary during special year-end celebration on Sunday

Everyone is being invited to the Power House Museum in Kamsack on Sunday, not only to mark the end of the summer season, but also to celebrate the facility’s 30th anniversary.
Affinity donation

Affinity donation

Last week at Sparty Park, which is a wheelchair accessible playground area incorporated into the Victoria School playground, Bryan Cottenie, left, an Affi nity Credit Union district delegate, presented a cheque of $5,000 to Kendra Simon, the school’s
Building Sparty Park

Building Sparty Park

At work last week installing the rubber-like base for Sparty Park, the wheelchair accessible play area at the Victoria School playground, was a crew from One Stop Playgrounds of Humboldt.
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