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Have you seen the Poppy Drop?

Have you seen the Poppy Drop?

Watch the virtual display. Hear the Peace Tower bell ring,
Cote, Keeseekoose schools to share in funding for Land-Based Learning

Cote, Keeseekoose schools to share in funding for Land-Based Learning

Parkland College has been awarded a grant of $360,000 over three years to work in partnership with Yorkton Tribal Council (YTC) and four schools within its member nations to study Land-Based Learning.
Kamsack RCMP recovers $5000+ worth of items from a break-in

Kamsack RCMP recovers $5000+ worth of items from a break-in

Two men were charged in connection to an illegal entry of a Kamsack business on Halloween.
Kamsack Comprehensive students participate in Secret Path Week

Kamsack Comprehensive students participate in Secret Path Week

Secret Path Week is a national movement, commemorating the legacies of Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack, that encourages actions towards reconciliation.
Indigenous duo to perform their unique music in Canora

Indigenous duo to perform their unique music in Canora

Twin Flames is a duo known for music that builds bridges across cultures, continents and styles.
Delayed Citizenship Award presented to Kamsack pastor

Delayed Citizenship Award presented to Kamsack pastor

Pastor Stephen Ruten of Kamsack won the Garden of Saskatchewan Citizenship Award for 2018, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it took until October 2022 to present the award to him.
River Valley Archery Club begins winter season

River Valley Archery Club begins winter season

The club is now in its fifth season of fostering the development of archery skills for its members.
Trade show being held at seniors’ centre on Saturday

Trade show being held at seniors’ centre on Saturday

A Christmas Trade Show is planned for Nov. 5 at the Kamsack Seniors’ Centre. Proceeds realized will be donated to the Kamsack Seniors’ Centre.
Canada Post Foundation funds Norquay Library project

Canada Post Foundation funds Norquay Library project

The money is being used for the Library’s Youth Resources Project. It will purchase a children’s table and chairs, a bulletin board, a puzzle floor mat, floor cushions and a folding table.
Sing-along session part of Eaglestone Lodge Halloween event

Sing-along session part of Eaglestone Lodge Halloween event

Residents of Eaglestone Lodge held a combined Halloween and birthday party that featured a karaoke-style sing-song.
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