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Kamsack woman wins with Bingo Double Deal lottery ticket

Imagine winning on a Scratch ’n’ Win ticket, thinking you had just pocketed $100. Now imagine you had actually won $10,000. That’s what happened to Eunice Coghill of Kamsack when her Bingo Double Deal ticket won much more than she had expected.

Ministry of Education says Kamsack school tax money will be returned

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The following letter by Amanda Burback is a follow-up to the front-page story in the Kamsack Times published two weeks ago regarding how Kamsack residents were upset that the minister of education had planned to spend Kamsack school t

Kamsack senior recommends “honest and reliable” tradesman

Namaste: (A respectful term of greeting in Sanskrit). I was digging myself out of a snow rut next to the senior centre last winter when a tow truck pulled up. “Sorry,” I said. “I don't have the money for a tow.

Significance of 70th anniversary of end of Second World War needs to be observed

I am a graduate of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program, and its Operation Legacy, which is made up of members and graduates of CHAMP who are dedicated to teaching the younger generation about the importance of remembrance.

First meeting of new Sunrise Health Region board held

New and returning members were welcomed by the chairman, Larence Chomos, during the October 28 meeting of the Sunrise Health Region board.
Kamsack youngsters involved in Learn to Skate program

Kamsack youngsters involved in Learn to Skate program

Affinity Credit Union supports Saskatchewan’s largest craft market

Affinity Credit Union, which has branches in Kamsack, Pelly and Norquay, is being thanked by the Saskatchewan Craft Council for its support of the WinterGreen Fine Craft Market and local artists.

Raffle prizes won at UCWLC tea and sale

Many persons won prizes at the Ukrainian Catholic Women’s League of Canada tea and sale held November 7.
Bank of Montreal donates to Assiniboine Valley Medical Centre

Bank of Montreal donates to Assiniboine Valley Medical Centre

A long-time Kamsack banking institution which is no longer in the community has made a significant donation to the Assiniboine Valley Medical Centre.
Merv Malish to seek PC party nomination in Canora-Pelly constituency

Merv Malish to seek PC party nomination in Canora-Pelly constituency

Merv Malish of Canora announced last week that he will be seeking nomination to be the Progressive Conservative candidate in the Canora-Pelly Constituency for the provincial election to be held April 4.