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All things considered... Flight risks

Just recently, my husband and I took a road trip to Calgary and will soon undertake another to Arizona. In an age where more and more people are choosing to fly to destinations (including ourselves), it was a refreshing change.

Parkland College launches official mobile app

Parkland College recently announce the launch of its official mobile app. The Parkland College App is available now as a free download for iPhone and Android mobile phone users.

Taking a more cautionary approach to refugee claims is to be commended

The current refugee crisis begs for urgent scrutiny. The feasibility of terrorists manoeuvring entry amongst them is very real. Here is why.

Resident expresses appreciation for Kamsack Nursing Home

If Cedric is now in a better place, he was in the best place imaginable for 17 months before his death. My heart is stretched to capacity in expressing my appreciation for the Kamsack Nursing Home.
Affinity donation to Norquay School

Affinity donation to Norquay School

On behalf of Affinity Credit Union Bryan Cottenie, right, of Kamsack, who is an Affinity district delegate, recently presented a cheque of $5,000 to Trevor Olson, principal at the Norquay School, to help pay for new playground equipment that had been

Norquay School Column

The start of a new school year is always important and special. The new Student Representative Council is full of new and exciting characters who will, hopefully, bring fun and excitement to our school year.
Kamsack households receiving information packages along with recycling and garbage bins

Kamsack households receiving information packages along with recycling and garbage bins

In addition to receiving two 95-gallon carts this week, each Kamsack household with a water meter is receiving a 10-page document from the town office that was designed to inform all residents about the change to the new system of recycling and waste

Keeseekoose FSIN senator claims nearly 100 district First Nation members died from drug addictions

Close to 100 people died this year from drug addiction in the Pelly-Kamsack area, according to Senator Ted Quewezance of Keeseekoose First Nation.
Kamsack students win medals and ribbons at annual Run for Peace cross-country competition

Kamsack students win medals and ribbons at annual Run for Peace cross-country competition

Kamsack students returned home from the Yorkton Regional High School’s annual Run for Peace at the Cherrydale Golf Course September 9 with two medals and four ribbons for having placed well in the competition.

Affinity Credit Union is accepting donations for the Canadian Red Cross

in support of the refugee crisis