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Saskatchewan's Grant Kimbley found this 1973 $1 bill at a Prince Albert convenience store in September 2017.
Saskatchewan's Grant Kimbley found this 1973 $1 bill at a Prince Albert convenience store in September 2017. Facebook/Grant Kimbley

Long-lost $1 bill returned to family of original owner

By Celine Grimard/CKOM News Staff
September 26, 2017 - 10:42am Updated: September 27, 2017 - 10:10am

A decades-old one dollar bill was returned to its original owner’s family this week in Prince Albert.

Grant Kimbley came across the 1973 $1 bill when a group of teens was about to use it at a convenience store.

Beds from the Canadian Red Cross cover three soccer pitches at Henk Ruys Soccer Centre in Saskatoon, where hundreds of wildfire evacuees from Pelican Narrows are staying.
Beds from the Canadian Red Cross cover three soccer pitches at Henk Ruys Soccer Centre in Saskatoon, where hundreds of wildfire evacuees from Pelican Narrows are staying. Celine Grimard/CKOM News Staff

Sask. wildfires stable, but evacuees stay put: province

By Celine Grimard/CKOM News Staff
September 1, 2017 - 5:53pm

Despite some improvement in the fight against wildfires in Northern Saskatchewan, evacuees will spend the long weekend away from home.

Saskatchewan's Ken Bird made a pinhole camera ahead of a planned trip to the U.S. to view a solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017.
Saskatchewan's Ken Bird made a pinhole camera ahead of a planned trip to the U.S. to view a solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017. submitted photo

P.A. couple headed to U.S. for eclipse

By Celine Grimard/CKOM News Staff
August 17, 2017 - 2:20pm

A Saskatchewan couple is taking a long road trip to view Monday’s full solar eclipse.

With the best places to see the eclipse all down in the U.S., Shelley Bird and her husband Ken were set Thursday  o begin the 15-hour drive to Stapleton, Neb. from their home near Prince Albert.