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Fish program at Preeceville School said valuable learning experience

Fish program at Preeceville School said valuable learning experience

The Preeceville School, in conjunction with the Preeceville wildlife club, hosted a fish release party at Lady Lake on June 10. The school had participated in the Fish in Schools program and successful raised 55 rainbow trout from the egg stage.
Academic, athletic and extra-curricular excellence recognized at CCS awards

Academic, athletic and extra-curricular excellence recognized at CCS awards

Over 100 academic, athletic and extra-curricular awards were presented at the Canora Composite School’s 53 rd annual awards night on June 6.
Walk-and-roll-to-school day held at Preeceville

Walk-and-roll-to-school day held at Preeceville

The Preeceville School students and staff took the opportunity of the walk-and -roll incentive to walk or ride a bicycle to school on June 1. The group gathered at the Preeceville wildlife campground and walked back to the school as a group.

Medical marijuana dispensary looks to city

The Best Buds Society is looking to expand to Yorkton. Paul Warnecke, the man behind the medicinal marijuana dispensary explained it was initially registered for business in 2014 with a location in Regina.
Sadie Flynn Comes to Big Oak

Sadie Flynn Comes to Big Oak

Farewell program held at Fort Livingstone School in Pelly

Farewell program held at Fort Livingstone School in Pelly

“If these walls could talk…” said Karen Vogel, a former student and teacher at the Fort Livingstone School in Pelly, said Friday during a farewell-to-the-school program.
District artists show recent works in Yorkton art gallery exhibition

District artists show recent works in Yorkton art gallery exhibition

Several district artists are exhibiting their works this month in the 2017 Landscape and Memory Exhibition at the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery in Yorkton. “We were overwhelmed,” Don Stein, the director of the Gallery, said last week.
Invermay student wins bronze medal in national Skills Canada competition

Invermay student wins bronze medal in national Skills Canada competition

After winning his second straight provincial gold medal in the outdoor power and recreational mechanics category at the provincial Skills Canada competition back in April, Orrie Babichuk, a Grade 12 student in Invermay, won a bronze medal at the nati
Research for upcoming book brings New York City writer to Canora

Research for upcoming book brings New York City writer to Canora

Wayne Hoffman, is a writer based in New York City, but because of research for his upcoming book he is getting a thorough education on the history of Canora.
Sturgis science fair explores experiments and hypotheses

Sturgis science fair explores experiments and hypotheses

Students from the Sturgis Composite High School and the elementary school showcased their scientific projects to fellow students, judges, teachers and family members during a science fair on June 2.