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Daysland and Forestburg based dental practice welcomes new associate dentist

Dr. Leanne Ball has joined Dr. Rudosky in his Daysland and Forestburg practice as an associate. Pictured above, Back Row (from L to R): Glynis, Jen, Sherry, and Terry-lynn, all members of the clinic staff. Front row: Dr. Brian Rudosky, and Dr. Leanne Ball.

Dr. Leanne Ball has joined Dr. Rudosky in his Daysland and Forestburg practice as an associate. Pictured above, Back Row (from L to R): Glynis, Jen, Sherry, and Terry-lynn, all members of the clinic staff. Front row: Dr. Brian Rudosky, and Dr. Leanne Ball.

Dr. Leanne Ball has joined Dr. Brian Rudosky as an associate in the Daysland and Forestburg Dental Clinics. Continue Reading

Viking and Sedgewick Dental Clinics experiencing growth

Dr. Ardakani and his staff. From left: Nancy, Nicole, Dr. Ardakani, Jody, and Sandra. Missing from photo are Emily, Eileen, and Kirsten.

Dr. Ardakani and his staff. From left: Nancy, Nicole, Dr. Ardakani, Jody, and Sandra. Missing from photo are Emily, Eileen, and Kirsten.

Nearly a year ago in October, Dr. Bryan Nordstrom made the decision to retire and sell his Viking and Sedgewick Dental practice. Stepping in to the area was Dr. Ardakani, with his associate, Dr. Daniel.

Ardakani says he knew Dr. Nordstrom, and adds that the opportunity came just at a time when he was ready to start his own practice. Continue Reading

Sedgewick Central High Class of 2016: “This is our time”

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Central High Sedgewick Public School’s Class of 2016 celebrated their graduation on Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Sedgewick Rec Centre. This year’s theme was “This is our time.” Continue Reading

Flagstaff municipalities accept challenge for ‘Welcome’ funding

Back in June of 2016, Flagstaff County Council heard a request from Flagstaff Community Adult Learning (FCAL), given by Lois Polege and Nanette Jones, for funding to continue their Welcoming Community project.

Council voted to continue to fund the program, approving $50,000 of the $55,000 request, agreeing to match funding from any additional Flagstaff municipality up to another $5,000 total. Continue Reading

Local doctor moves office to Sedgewick

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Dr. Tim Weighman has made a move from his shared office in Killam to a new building in Sedgewick, as of Sept. 6.

Office Manager Karon Weighman says, “The main reason we were looking to move the clinic is that we only have two rooms available to use in Dr. Hanton’s clinic. Continue Reading

From the Archives: Killam Fire Claims Buildings

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(The Sedgewick Sentinel – April 4, 1929) – At ten minutes past four o’clock a.m. on Tuesday morning, April 2nd, the rattle of the fire bell at Killam was sounded by Charlie Moon, the cook of Pon Moon Get’s City Cafe at Killam. After the first alarm was sounded, it was only a matter of minutes until the chemical engines from the fire hall were on their way to the scene of the fire which had broken out with alarming suddenness in the front room of the City Cafe. Continue Reading