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Many east-central crops week or more behind normal development

Many east-central crops week or more behind normal development

Crops are in good condition overall but will need some heat and timely rains to help things along.
Graduation ceremonies honour 17 Kamsack Comprehensive students

Graduation ceremonies honour 17 Kamsack Comprehensive students

The 17 graduates of the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute celebrated the end of 13 years of school in a June 24 ceremony.
Kamsack RCMP: Better to pull over & snooze than go in the ditch

Kamsack RCMP: Better to pull over & snooze than go in the ditch

Also in the last week: driver collides with deer, impaired driver arrested, driver disobeys stop sign.
Kamsack Comprehensive fundraiser aims to buy 15-passenger van

Kamsack Comprehensive fundraiser aims to buy 15-passenger van

The van will make it more cost-effective for smaller student groups to travel.
Yes, free fishing weekend is coming up

Yes, free fishing weekend is coming up

"Whether you are new to the sport or an avid angler, Free Fishing Weekend is a great opportunity to pick up a fishing rod."
Parkland College looks to brings seniors and students together

Parkland College looks to brings seniors and students together

When fully launched in the fall the program will see volunteer seniors integrated into the college in varying ways, from visiting classrooms to share knowledge, to one-on-one session with students, to being involved in college events and activities.
Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Court and Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

Courts deal with varied cases, from murder to COVID challenge
Lessons for growing sport of pickleball planned at Madge Lake

Lessons for growing sport of pickleball planned at Madge Lake

The lessons, which are geared for adults, are being held July 11 and 12 at the courts at Madge Lake.
Agriculture can play role in reconciliation: chief

Agriculture can play role in reconciliation: chief

Cowessess First Nation farms 5,000 acres of grain and has approximately 150 cattle.
Crops in low areas not expected to survive, hammered by rain

Crops in low areas not expected to survive, hammered by rain

Crops in the region have struggled with developing under the excessively wet conditions and are predicted to be a week or two behind in some areas.