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Potentially hazardous bumps in Kamsack sidewalks removed

Potentially hazardous bumps in Kamsack sidewalks removed

About 550 lineal feet of concrete sidewalk in Kamsack’s downtown core that had been cracked or bumpy were ground into smooth surfaces last week.
Petition calling for more support workers at Kamsack’s schools gathers 184 signatures

Petition calling for more support workers at Kamsack’s schools gathers 184 signatures

A petition asking that the Good Spirit School Division (GSSD) revisit its funding formula for support workers to make it both more responsive to the special learning needs of the student populace and more flexible to the ongoing enrolment of students
Recycling bins being moved from Broda Sportsplex to a location on Saskatchewan Street effective July

Recycling bins being moved from Broda Sportsplex to a location on Saskatchewan Street effective July

Because of sloppy paper disposal and garbage being scattered on the ground at Broda Sportsplex, town council has decided to move the recycling bins and one garbage bin to a new site on town property on Saskatchewan Street, near to the Parkland waste
Physician clinics on hold

Physician clinics on hold

Due to a physician shortage in Canora Primary Health Care, regularly scheduled visiting physician services have been put on hold at the Invermay Health Centre and the Norquay Health Centre, according to a release from Sunrise Health Region.
Former resident receives national award for her work with the disabled

Former resident receives national award for her work with the disabled

On June 12, Linda Thickett of Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, and formerly of Canora, received a national award in recognition of her work with disabled individuals. The award was presented during a special ceremony in Yellowknife.
Two physicians recruited for Canora

Two physicians recruited for Canora

Two physicians have been recruited for the Canora area to join the team of Dr. Mala Singh, Dr. Victor Obiora, and Lorri Dennis (nurse practitioner). At the end of May, Dr.
Arson said cause of Pelly museum’s destruction

Arson said cause of Pelly museum’s destruction

Arson is believed to have been responsible for the fire which destroyed the Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum on Saturday afternoon. At 3:13 p.m. on June 13, the Kamsack RCMP were called to a fire at the museum, said a release from the Kamsack RCMP.
Canora team top fundraiser in Relay For Life in Yorkton

Canora team top fundraiser in Relay For Life in Yorkton

A Canora team led by Chris Bilsky received the Emerald Team Award for being the top fundraiser in the Yorkton Relay For Life which started Friday evening and concluded Saturday morning.
Arson said cause of Pelly museum’s destruction

Arson said cause of Pelly museum’s destruction

Arson is believed to have been responsible for the fi re which destroyed the Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum. At 3:13 p.m. on June 13, the Kamsack RCMP were called to a fire at the museum, said a release from the Kamsack RCMP.
Sturgis students’ accomplishments celebrated at awards day

Sturgis students’ accomplishments celebrated at awards day

Numerous students at the Sturgis Composite High School received awards on June 19 to celebrate their accomplishments throughout the school year.