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18-year-old man from Cote First Nation killed in ATV accident

An 18-year-old passenger on an ATV (quad) died as result of his injuries from an accident near the Kamsack sports grounds on July 1. Kamsack RCMP report that at 3:15 a.m.

18-year-old man from Cote First Nation killed in ATV accident

An 18-year-old passenger on an ATV (quad) died as result of his injuries from an accident near the Kamsack sports grounds on July 1. Kamsack RCMP report that at 3:15 a.m.
Large crowds wave the flag for Canada Day in Kamsack

Large crowds wave the flag for Canada Day in Kamsack

One of the largest Canada Day crowds to have ever in recent memory gathered at the Kamsack sports ground turned up last week to wave the flag, eat, drink, play and cheer in celebration of the 148th anniversary of the nation.
KCI graduation held in honour of 27 students

KCI graduation held in honour of 27 students

A graduation program honouring the 27 senior students of the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute was held June 29 under a mural proclaiming the theme: “We all live under the same sky, but we don’t all have the same horizon.
Mud Boggin’ was a highlight of Canada Day in Kamsack

Mud Boggin’ was a highlight of Canada Day in Kamsack

Drivers of 20 trucks and 11 all-terrain vehicles sloshed through the mud at the highest speeds they could muster, eager to win some of the $2,200 in prizemoney that was offered at the Canada Day mud boggin’ competition in Kamsack.
Leadership change at Crossroads Credit Union

Leadership change at Crossroads Credit Union

Perry Wishlow, who has served as CEO at Crossroads Credit Union for 18 months, has departed the organization and Linda Osachoff, who served as the interim CEO in 2013, will once again lead the management team.
Guest speaker says KCI graduating class is comprised of students who wish to serve

Guest speaker says KCI graduating class is comprised of students who wish to serve

The group of students who make up the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute’s 2015 graduating class is all about servitude to others, said Wendy Shabatoski, the guest speaker at the graduation program.
Invermay celebrated Canada Day on several fronts

Invermay celebrated Canada Day on several fronts

Invermay celebrated many aspects of Canada Day. There was student artwork, poetry and essays about the celebration. The 50th anniversary of the Canadian Flag was celebrated along with Canada’s 148th birthday. It was also Sir John A.
Preeceville School elementary students acknowledged

Preeceville School elementary students acknowledged

Students from Kindergarten to Grade 6 were acknowledged for their hard work and dedication throughout the school year during an awards program on June 26.
Four Preeceville students named students of the month

Four Preeceville students named students of the month

The final student-of-themonth awards for the 2014- 15 school year at Preeceville School were presented on June 19. Crossroads Credit Union sponsors the program.