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Stepping Stone Wellness Clinic open house celebration held at Kamsack Hospital Friday

Stepping Stone Wellness Clinic open house celebration held at Kamsack Hospital Friday

An open house was held at the Kamsack Hospital on Friday in celebration of the successes and achievements of the Stepping Stone Wellness Clinic that has been in operation for about nine months.

Purchasing a Summer Solstice Lottery ticket will help bring a dentist to the clinic in Kamsack

Now is a great opportunity for area residents who want to see a dentist practicing in Kamsack to do their part so that it will happen.
New drive-in restaurant began business in Pelly

New drive-in restaurant began business in Pelly

Maggie’s, which is a new business that opened in Pelly on April 21, is a family-operated drive-in restaurant and ice cream shop located at 408 Fort Livingstone Road.
Former Tadmore resident, now a quadriplegic, writes autobiography

Former Tadmore resident, now a quadriplegic, writes autobiography

Monte Perepelkin of Calgary has been a quadriplegic since a devastating dirt bike accident in 1999, and yet he was very comfortable naming his autobiography The Perfect Life.
Sturgis Composite High School honours graduates

Sturgis Composite High School honours graduates

Thirteen graduates were honoured at the Sturgis Composite High School graduation exercises on May 26.

Canada 150 event set for July 22

Calder’s Canada 150 Bash on July 22, 2017. These are the events that are being planned for that day: Trade Show at the Calder Community Hall from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Waves of Potential for Lake Diefenbaker

Tourism group has renewed vision to improve lake area promotion

Over $10,000 to New Pool Project

Bank matches funds raised from music cabaret
City adopts new approach to flags

City adopts new approach to flags

There will be a lot less flag raisings by the City of Yorkton moving forward.
Dracup borrow gets final nod from council

Dracup borrow gets final nod from council

Yorkton Council gave final approval Monday to borrow $6.2 million to fund Re-Construction and Underground Utility Replacement on Dracup Avenue from Broadway Street to York Road.