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Kamsack, Canora Parkland College students study in Yucatan

Kamsack, Canora Parkland College students study in Yucatan

Students participated in a two-week intensive study abroad program where they learned and experienced both Mexican and Mayan culture.
Kamsack Hospital emergency department closed June 28, June 30-July 6

Kamsack Hospital emergency department closed June 28, June 30-July 6

The Kamsack Hospital emergency department will be closed from Tuesday, June 28 at 8 a.m. to Wednesday, June 29 at 8 a.m., as well as Thursday, June 30 at 8 a.m. to Wednesday, July 6 at 8 a.m.
Locked up for murder in '94: Were Sask. sisters innocent?

Locked up for murder in '94: Were Sask. sisters innocent?

Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance have maintained their innocence for almost 30 years.
Court & Crime Catchup: The past week on SASKTODAY.ca

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

This week, another person was sentenced in the killing of Tiki Laverdiere, thieves pulled a multi-vehicle theft from a Rosetown dealership, human trafficking suspects made a court appearance, someone appears to have burned a church down, and more.
Senior Norquay School students honored at 2022 graduation

Senior Norquay School students honored at 2022 graduation

Ten students graduated from Norquay School this year.
One Kamsack pharmacy to be sold due to Competition Bureau order

One Kamsack pharmacy to be sold due to Competition Bureau order

Neighbourly Pharmacy, which owns Rx Drug Store I.D.A, and Rubicon Pharmacies, which owns Kamsack Family Pharmacy, are merging. A condition of the merger requires Family Pharmacy to change ownership.
Crop report: flooding and drowning out of seeded crops a concern

Crop report: flooding and drowning out of seeded crops a concern

The rain stalled last minute attempts of some producers to get the last of their fields seeded. The rain also hampered spraying activities across the region.
Money being raised for Kamsack teen left paralyzed after injury

Money being raised for Kamsack teen left paralyzed after injury

Ethen Krawetz suffered a catastrophic spinal cord injury on June 4, leaving all four limbs paralyzed and with no ability to move from the shoulders down.
$440,000 for ag partnership between Parkland College, Keeseekoose

$440,000 for ag partnership between Parkland College, Keeseekoose

The goal of the partnership is to showcase modern farming techniques and provide research and training in all aspects of agriculture, with an emphasis on digital agriculture for people in eastern Saskatchewan.
Incumbent chief defeated by 4 votes in The Key First Nation election

Incumbent chief defeated by 4 votes in The Key First Nation election

In the chief election Clinton (Icecream) Key received 147 votes, while Clarence Papequash, the incumbent, obtained 143 votes.