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Kamsack couple celebrates opening of new restaurant

Kamsack couple celebrates opening of new restaurant

A Kamsack couple who have been involved in the food industry for more than 20 years celebrated the opening of their own restaurant last week. Craig and Lisa Kosokowsky began serving customers at their Iron Grill restaurant at 11 a.m. on August 10.

New Kamsack doctor is the son of doctors and husband of a doctor

The most recent doctor to join the staff at the Assiniboine Valley Medical Centre in Kamsack is the son of medical doctors and the husband of a doctor. Dr.
Cyclist half-way on a two-year trip around the world visits Kamsack

Cyclist half-way on a two-year trip around the world visits Kamsack

A cyclist from The Netherlands, who is about halfway on his two-year, round-the-world tour, spent a night in Kamsack last week. Alwart Boers arrived in Kamsack on Thursday after having biked the 130 kilometres from Russell, Man.

Cote First Nation youths participate in three-week literacy summer camp

As many as two dozen youths from Cote First Nation were involved last month in a three-week summer camp with an emphasis on literacy.

Consider winter wheat

It can be tough to think about next year’s crop before this one is in the bin, but winter wheat is well worth growing. It spreads out the spring and fall workloads, though planting winter wheat is likely to overlap with harvest.
Resident’s move stimulates memories of Kamsack Flour Mill

Resident’s move stimulates memories of Kamsack Flour Mill

A move from a resident’s home into Eaglestone Lodge last week brought back memories of a once-prominent Kamsack business.
Cote camp participants involved in three field trips

Cote camp participants involved in three field trips

Staff in place as school is to begin September 1

The 2015-16 school year is to begin for teachers on August 27 and for students regular classes will begin on September 1.

New Democrats have been out of the picture for a long time

What’s lost on many – especially many federal New Democrats – is how long they have been out of the picture in Saskatchewan. Of course, that could change on October 19.

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