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Area residents receive The Health Foundation and TD Bank Financial Group awards

Among the 16 successful applicants of TD Bank Financial Group and The Health Foundation fall education awards for 2015, which were announced last week, were several from this area.

Shrove Tuesday is coming

Communities across the area will be celebrating Shrove Tuesday with pancake suppers. The Trinity United Church is scheduled to host its celebration on February 3.

A train wreck

All Things Considered column by Gail Krawetz
IPs host a six-team tournament on January 16

IPs host a six-team tournament on January 16

Preeceville’s youngest hockey players hosted a six-team tournament on January 16 to showcase how much their skills have improved over the season.
Midget Pats set for provincial run

Midget Pats set for provincial run

The Preeceville Midget Pats, coached by Dean Serdachny, Karren Statchuk, Tim Shankowsky and Kipp Bayer, announced that the team is making a run in the provincials.

The floor-eating chair

Column by Brian Zinchuk

Canola King and Commodity King programs suspended in 2015

There were no incredible yields to report through the Canola King and Commodity King programs because a very challenging seeding season resulted in the decision to suspend the competitions in June, said Parker Summers, president and general manager o

Mushers’ Rendezvous promises a busy weekend

The committee members involved in the scheduling, organizing and preparation for the annual Preeceville and District Mushers’ Rendezvous have had a busy few months leading up to the event.

Children's winter festival to be part of Mushers' weekend

The annual Preeceville Children’s Winter Festival will be held at the Preeceville Arena grounds on January 30, which will be run in conjunction with the Mushers’ Rendezvous.
Kelvington 4-H Club said to have had a progressive year

Kelvington 4-H Club said to have had a progressive year

The Kelvington 4-H Beef Club has already had a busy start to the 2015-2016 4-H year. “To kick the year off, we cooked and served hamburgers at Maple Farm Equipment in Preeceville on July 16 for a combine clinic,” said Crystal Elmy.