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Sturgis Station House Museum, town’s oldest landmark, receives upgrade

Sturgis Station House Museum, town’s oldest landmark, receives upgrade

The Sturgis Station House Museum is one of the oldest buildings and a landmark in the community of Sturgis. It recently underwent a huge upgrade by having the roof fixed.
Summer fun program hosted in Preeceville and Sturgis

Summer fun program hosted in Preeceville and Sturgis

Children in the local area can take ad-vantage of the summer fun program and come out to have some summer fun through games, crafts and many more activities. The program is run through the months of July and August in both Preeceville and Sturgis.

Usherville man given mandatory sentence for first-degree murder

The family of the late Gwenda Gregory of Usherville can experience some closure in knowing that the man responsible for her brutal murder was given the mandatory sentence of life in prison with no parole eligibility for 25 years.
This Weeks Photos - July 22, 2015

This Weeks Photos - July 22, 2015

Province and doctors reach a tentative contract agreement

The province and the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) have reached a tentative four-year contract agreement for April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2017.
Local teen preparing to compete for title of Miss Teen Canada

Local teen preparing to compete for title of Miss Teen Canada

Shayna Waite of Preeceville has embarked on a journey of a lifetime that started when she won the title of Miss Teen Eastern Saskatchewan and has continued as she prepares to compete for the title of Miss Teen Canada.
Failing emergency services at Preeceville Hospital fails the community

Failing emergency services at Preeceville Hospital fails the community

There were $10 million spent on renovations at the Preeceville and District Health Centre so that health services could be offered under one roof but there is a growing outcry that the health centre is failing to serve the area.

Wall grateful to receive support of premiers for national contingency and firefighting training

Last week, Premier Brad Wall announced that he is pleased that other premiers have joined Saskatchewan and BC to call on the federal government on measures that will improve preparedness and response to wildfires.

Two-way race in Livingston RM byelection

RM of Livingston ratepayers will be going to the poll next month to elect a new reeve. Citing time restraints, former reeve Don Hrycenko resigned his seat at the June 16 regular meeting of council, Yvonne Bilsky, administrator, said.
Looking back at a long career, and forward to retirement

Looking back at a long career, and forward to retirement

After twenty-two years as the M.P. for the federal constituency of Yorkton-Melville, I will retire at the next election. I thank my constituents and those who have worked on my campaigns over the years for the faith they have shown in me.