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New Kamsack doctor is the son of doctors and husband of a doctor

The most recent doctor to join the staff at the Assiniboine Valley Medical Centre in Kamsack is the son of medical doctors and the husband of a doctor. Dr.

Staff in place as school is to begin September 1

The 2015-16 school year is to begin for teachers on August 27 and for students regular classes will begin on September 1.

August land sale brings in $3.0 million in revenue

The August sale of petroleum and natural gas rights raised $3.0 million in revenue for the province, at an average price of $306 per hectare. After four sales in 2015, land sale revenues total $35.7 million.
Official opening of Assiniboine Valley Medical Center being celebrated at a reception in Kamsack

Official opening of Assiniboine Valley Medical Center being celebrated at a reception in Kamsack

It should be a grand time of congratulation and satisfaction on Tuesday when the official opening of the Assiniboine Valley Medical Center is celebrated.

Small firms hire double the percentage of inexperienced workers compared to larger businesses

Canada’s smallest businesses lead the way in employee training, investing nearly $2,000 per employee on average each year according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’ (CFIB) latest report.

Consider adding tenant insurance to your back-to-school shopping list

Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) is reminding post-secondary students who are renting this fall to consider tenant insurance.

Former Livingston RM reeve returned to office in byelection

A former reeve of the RM of Livingston was elected again during a byelection vote held last week.

Town council adopts a policy on providing donations

During its regular meeting on July 20, town council adopted a policy regarding donations.
Scenes from the 3-D archery shoot

Scenes from the 3-D archery shoot

Mud bogs provide fun time in Lintlaw

Mud bogs provide fun time in Lintlaw

The Lintlaw Mud Bog Association wanted something to keep its small town active and what better way than mud bogs which were held on July 18. All the proceeds were allotted towards new playground equipment in Lintlaw.