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Thieves break in to the Kamsack town office

Loose change in desks and a day’s deposits were stolen from the Kamsack town office when it was illegally entered the night of August 26/27. It was discovered at 6 a.m. on August 27 that someone had entered the building after 8 p.m.

Canada Post segment reports $31-million loss before tax in the second quarter

Transaction mail volumes fell faster in fi rst half of 2015 than in any fi rst half since volumes peaked in 2006

Provincial Archives celebrates 70 years with a new act

The proclamation of The Archives and Public Records Management Act will advance government accountability for the management of public records, particularly electronic ones. All public records, regardless of format, are subject to the new Act.
This Weeks Photos - September 2, 2015

This Weeks Photos - September 2, 2015

Grass cut at ski hill makes for earlier grooming

Grass cut at ski hill makes for earlier grooming

It took a volunteer and mower a couple days last week to cut the grass on about 70 per cent of the slopes at the Duck Mountain Ski Hill.
Cardlock facility to soon become a reality

Cardlock facility to soon become a reality

After many delays the proposed cardlock for Preeceville is finally becoming a reality.

Might a Collaborative Emergency Centre be possible for Preeceville?

A Collaborative Emergency Centres (CEC), such as the one being set up in Canora, may not be the answer to the Preeceville Hospital emergency bypass situation but it may offer a possible solution.
Changes at Preeceville School

Changes at Preeceville School

Many positive changes were visible when the Preeceville School welcomed students back for another school year. The biggest change that the students saw was the special new hardwood floor in the gym that was installed over the summer.

SCHS welcomes students for another year

The Sturgis Composite High School opened its doors and welcomed students back for another school year on September 1. The biggest change the school faced this year was the decommissioning of the upstairs portion of the school.

Local mother-daughter team helps raise Parkinson's awareness

Shirley Neufeld of Preeceville and her daughter, Deanna Mirva of Dalmeny, have taken up the challenge of helping to raise awareness and funds for research for Parkinson’s disease.