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Council approves tax abatements

Council approves tax abatements

Yorkton Council approved tax abatements under two existing programs at its regular meeting Monday. “All properties are taxed on the basis of assessment, with tax notices sent out at the end of May.
City picks insurance broker

City picks insurance broker

Yorkton Council approved the City’s insurance brokerage services for the next 5.5 years.
Graduation program honours 12 Norquay Grade 12 students

Graduation program honours 12 Norquay Grade 12 students

By Kaeley Kish

Canora area woman dies in single vehicle mishap

A 45-year-old Canora area woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a single-vehicle traffic accident near Veregin on Thursday morning. Kamsack RCMP were notified of the accident on highway No. 5 at 8:30 a.m., said Cst.
River Ridge Fish & Game Gun Show attracts strong turnout of outdoor enthusiasts

River Ridge Fish & Game Gun Show attracts strong turnout of outdoor enthusiasts

The fourth annual River Ridge Fish & Game Gun Show was held on June 10-11 at the Sylvia Fedoruk Centre, with vendors attending from all three prairie provinces.
Farmers Filthy 5 event in Stenen raises funds for children’s hospital

Farmers Filthy 5 event in Stenen raises funds for children’s hospital

The fourth annual Farmer’s Filthy 5 event was held in Stenen on June 3 when 148 runners registered to run in the one, three or five-kilometre races.
World’s oldest living siblings born near Kamsack

World’s oldest living siblings born near Kamsack

Two sisters who are said to be the oldest living siblings in the world were born near Kamsack and one of them celebrated her 107 th birthday on Monday.
Decoration Day encourages remembrance of all those who have served

Decoration Day encourages remembrance of all those who have served

Shortly after Gina Rakochy, president of the Canora branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, laid a wreath at the cenotaph in the veterans’ section of the Canora Cemetery, Pastor Wilfred Michaels, padre of the Canora branch, spoke to those gathered for t
Sturgis Station House Museum opens for another season

Sturgis Station House Museum opens for another season

The Sturgis Station House Museum opened for another season on June 2 with a welcoming tea. Sarah Brown is the museum curator for the season. A summer student is scheduled to be hired.
KCI senior students recognized at Spectacular Spartans program

KCI senior students recognized at Spectacular Spartans program

All 12 of the Kamsack Comprehensive Students in grades 9 to 12 who received general proficiency awards at the Spectacular Spartans event on June 14, and all but one of the six students to obtain the highest academic average in each of the grades, wer