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Walking program operating in Sturgis

“Walking is one of the best exercises for all age groups and it is free,” said Eugene Boychuk, Sturgis Kinsmen representative. The Sturgis indoor walking program has started again on November 2.

READ Club helps keeps seniors active

The Sturgis Read Club has been a busy centre offering numerous activities for everyone. “Come and join us for an exercise program on Thursday mornings at 10 a.m.,” said Betty Lou Skogen.

Fall is here!

By Kaare Askildt (Formerly known as The Farmer in Training
Minister Ottenbreit receives influenza immunization

Minister Ottenbreit receives influenza immunization

To raise awareness of the importance of being protected against the influenza virus, Greg Ottenbreit, Minister of Rural and Remote Health, and his family received their influenza immunization shots together with many other families at a Sunrise Healt
Mistaken identity

Mistaken identity

Column by Gail Krawetz

The Force Awakens in the Zinchuks’

By Brian Zinchuk
Remembrance Day service pays tribute to the fallen

Remembrance Day service pays tribute to the fallen

Community minded residents from the Preeceville and Sturgis areas joined together to remember those who had given the ultimate sacrifice for freedom.
Remembrance Day speaker says Canadians remember abundance of sorrow and horror in war and acknowledg

Remembrance Day speaker says Canadians remember abundance of sorrow and horror in war and acknowledg

Each Remembrance Day Canadians pause to remember the abundance of sorrow in war, the abundance of horror in war and to acknowledge dreams of peace, Rev.
Cadets talk about trips to Europe and 2015 Legionnaire of the Year named

Cadets talk about trips to Europe and 2015 Legionnaire of the Year named

While honouring veterans and remembering their sacrifices at the Remembrance Day banquet at the Legion Hall in Kamsack on November 11, members and guests reflected on the trip to Europe made by Kamsack cadets last year, were informed of another trip

Minister refuses Kamsack’s request for expanded golf cart use

Kamsack Mayor Rod Gardner and town council have more work ahead of them if they still wish to have regulations changed to allow increased usage of golf carts in the community.