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Town council adopts a policy on providing donations

During its regular meeting on July 20, town council adopted a policy regarding donations.
KCI 10-year reunion

KCI 10-year reunion

A 10-year reunion of students of the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute, who had graduated in 2005, was held at the home of Jenna Bowes and Zach Nahnybida in Kamsack on August 15.

Former resident recalls his youth visiting with horses near Kamsack

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This article which describes a visit to Ravenheart Farm near Kamsack by Keith Dixon and his experience with the horses there. He compares the visit to his experience growing up on a farm just a kilometre away 80 years earlier.

Saskatchewan calls for full repeal of COOL

On July 30, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart reiterated the importance of the U.S. Senate’s outright repeal of Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) for beef and pork. “Frankly, this issue has been dragging on for far too long,” Stewart said.

Wall grateful to receive support for national contingency and firefighting training

Premier Brad Wall has announced that he is pleased that other premiers have joined Saskatchewan and BC to call on the federal government on measures that will improve preparedness and response to wildfires.

National Research Council and Saskatchewan Research Council partner to focus on national priorities

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) have announced a partnership to provide the tools and expertise Canadian firms need to translate research and development from the lab to the marketplace.

The Saskatchewan Archives releases second video in First World War series

The Saskatchewan Archives Board recently launched the second in a series of video exhibits commemorating Saskatchewan’s involvement in the First World War.

A note on soil

Soil sometimes receives less emphasis, attention, and recognition than it deserves for its role in crop production.

90,000 acres of conservation land made available to cattle producers for grazing

Environment Minister Herb Cox and Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced that approximately 90,000 acres of Fish and Wildlife Development Fund (FWDF) land will be made available to cattle producers facing dry conditions.

Slow down through the work zone

With more than 30 major construction projects underway in Saskatchewan motorists are reminded to watch for workers and equipment and slow down through the work zone. Virtually every area of the province has some type of road work underway.
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