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Kamsack Times

Province supports legal assistance program for low-income people

The government continues to fund a unique Saskatoon program that helps low-income people with their legal needs. Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant presented the Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc.

Superintendent of public works hired at Kamsack

A Kamsack man with extensive experience in pipeline work, environmental and biological engineering and teaching, began work last week as the superintendent of public works at Kamsack.

Access7 official broadcast sponsor for Estevan 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games

Saskatchewan Games has named Access7 the broadcast sponsor for the Estevan 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games.
Kamsack man uses small tractor and equipment to accept yard work

Kamsack man uses small tractor and equipment to accept yard work

A man with 35 years experience in construction and installation work, primarily in Alberta, is using that experience to provide a service in the Kamsack area.

Information pamphlet included in Cote RM tax notices

Receiving their 2015 tax notices this week, Cote RM ratepayers will be seeing a pamphlet of information which council considers to be very important.

Former resident honoured by oil industry standards society

A former resident was presented with an award of appreciation last month for having invented and developed a kit for testing crude oil vapour pressure.

Bad news coming fast and furious

Good news can be very habit forming ... or so Saskatchewan has found over the past decade and certainly in the last seven and a half years that Premier Brad Wall’s Saskatchewan Party has been in power.

Times Perspective

Looking back... A Decade Ago

Drought conditions may cause reduced cow herds just as prices became attractive

It isn’t a secret in the agriculture industry that cattle prices have been at historic highs over the past couple of years. One of the driving factors for the high prices has simply been a shortage of beef.

Farmers must be ready to be part of the discussion

It is increasingly obvious that much in our world moving forward will not be imposed by government regulation, but rather by the philosophies put forward by big business.