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Visitors in the area

Sara and Jay Barber and daughters Pacey and Tenley from Swift Current visited Grandparents Arnold and Sheila Vickers and other family members on the weekend.

Restraint measures being implemented to restore balance

On August 31, the provincial finance minister, Kevin Doherty, released the 2015-16 first quarter financial report, which shows that forest fires and the decline in oil prices have put the province’s finances into a deficit position after the first qu

Long-time resident opens new business offering wealth management services

Providing families with a clear vision for the future is what wealth management is all about, says Glenn Dutchak, who opened the 20Twenty Wealth Management Canora branch at 213 Main Street at the beginning of September.

Auto claims process being streamlined for customers

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is enhancing service for customers through a new program that allows Saskatchewan vehicle owners to have some vehicle damage estimated at accredited auto repair firms.

Town council decides on its share of CEC costs

Canora town council decided at the September 1 meeting to contribute $106,662 towards the total cost of new Collaborative Emergency Centre (CEC) project at Canora Hospital. The total cost of the project is estimated at almost $1 million.
Community commended at grand opening of the Assiniboine Valley Medical Center

Community commended at grand opening of the Assiniboine Valley Medical Center

Kamsack and its citizens were commended by their MLA last week for having led the way through a struggle to provide the community with a new facility for health care, which he said is still Saskatchewan’s number one concern.

Body of 22-year-old Keeseekoose man discovered

The body of a Keeseekoose First Nation man was discovered in a vehicle in a field several days after the man’s death.

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.