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Telemiracle wants your story!

On September 15, organizers of Telemiracle launched a seven-month campaign called MyTelemiracleStory.com to collect stories and memories about Telemiracle from the people of Saskatchewan.

Youth apprenticeship scholarships provide a head start

Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) scholarship winners enter the skilled trades with an incentive of $1,000 in addition to the benefits available to all SYA graduates.
Kamsack households receiving information packages along with recycling and garbage bins

Kamsack households receiving information packages along with recycling and garbage bins

In addition to receiving two 95-gallon carts this week, each Kamsack household with a water meter is receiving a 10-page document from the town office that was designed to inform all residents about the change to the new system of recycling and waste

Keeseekoose FSIN senator claims nearly 100 district First Nation members died from drug addictions

Close to 100 people died this year from drug addiction in the Pelly-Kamsack area, according to Senator Ted Quewezance of Keeseekoose First Nation.

Affinity Credit Union is accepting donations for the Canadian Red Cross

in support of the refugee crisis

Quill Lakes diversion project will not move forward

The provincial government is not proceeding with the Kutawagan Creek Diversion Project for the Quill Lakes.

Garbage collection and disposal discussed by town council

Garbage, its collection and its disposal, was among items to concern town council at its regular meeting on September 14. Council decided to establish the rate of $60 per tonne for residential refuse in service agreements with other communities.
Scenes from the Sturgis Kinettes fall market

Scenes from the Sturgis Kinettes fall market

Sturgis Kinettes fall market hosts 16 tables

Sturgis Kinettes fall market hosts 16 tables

( see photo gallery below ) The Sturgis Kinettes hosted their annual fall market with 16 vendors showcasing their products at the Sturgis Community hall on September 19.
Parkinson’s SuperWalk helps raise awareness and funds for research

Parkinson’s SuperWalk helps raise awareness and funds for research

Shirley Neufeld of Preeceville was joined by her daughter Deanna Mirva and granddaughter Savannah Mirva, both of Dalmeny, for the Parkinson’s SuperWalk in Saskatoon on September 12 and 13.