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Kamsack air cadets prepare to start their 59th year

Preparing for the beginning of the 59th year of what is widely considered to be the best youth program in the country, its Kamsack leaders need more adults on board.
Covered wagon bench

Covered wagon bench

Included in the displays at the Natural Refl exions Market, the market garden being operated on Saturdays by Wendy Becenko about 12 kilometres east of Kamsack is a display of lawn furniture including a piece made to resemble a covered wagon.

New garbage and recycling service in effect for Kamsack by October 1

Kamsack is pulling out of the garbage pick-up business and like many other Saskatchewan communities will be hiring an outside company to do the job.
Twenty-fifth anniversary of Duck Mountain Ambulance Care celebrated on August 15

Twenty-fifth anniversary of Duck Mountain Ambulance Care celebrated on August 15

On August 15, which was 25 years to the day that Duck Mountain Ambulance Care began serving the community, a reception was held in Kamsack to mark the anniversary.
Three historical events marked at 74th annual Rama pilgrimage

Three historical events marked at 74th annual Rama pilgrimage

Vigil of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Funds donated to the Kamsack Skate Park

Funds donated to the Kamsack Skate Park

With a recent donation from Affinity Credit Union on Friday, the Kamsack Skate Park has more than $5,000 to spend on improvements to the facility.
Preparing for the rodeo

Preparing for the rodeo

Preparing to stage the 17th annual Kamsack Indoor Rodeo on September 25 and 26, members of the rodeo committee were busy last week placing a protective covering of plastic all around the inner walls of the Broda Sportsplex skating rink so that a cove

McMunn & Yates donates $2,500 for CT Scanner purchase

Ryan Zazuliak of McMunn & Yates, which has a branch outlet in Kamsack, presented a cheque for $2,500 to Ross Fisher, executive director of The Health Foundation, to assist paying for a new CT Scanner.

Scents not wanted at health care facilities

Perfume and scents can endanger the health of others, says a release from Sunrise Health Region, which reminds people to not use perfumes and fragrances on days when visiting health care facilities.

Minor hockey prepares for new season

A new, five-person executive committee for the Kamsack Minor Hockey Association has begun preparations for the 2015-16 season. Mike Eliuk was named president of the association during a meeting held in June, said Tracie Kazakoff, secretary.
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