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Happy 104th birthday

Happy 104th birthday

Peter Popoff, a resident of the Kamsack Nursing Home, marked his 104 th birthday on September 8, and on the previous afternoon family members assembled to celebrate the occasion.
Successful Harvest Fest concludes Kamsack museum season

Successful Harvest Fest concludes Kamsack museum season

Board members and other volunteers at the Power House Museum in Kamsack were pleased with the high turnout of persons who had attended their annual Harvest Fest on September 4.
Preeceville resident takes a trip of a lifetime to Tanzania

Preeceville resident takes a trip of a lifetime to Tanzania

Jasmine Knihniski of Preeceville never dreamed that her vision for helping others would lead her to Tanzania, Africa. Her journey began when she left Preeceville on July 31 and headed to the Saskatoon airport where she was to fly to Toronto.
Cadet squadron holds meeting in Preeceville

Cadet squadron holds meeting in Preeceville

Preeceville Harvard 606 Air Cadets Squadron held its annual registration and information evening at the Preeceville Legion Hall on September 7. "This year we have 30 cadets registered," said Capt. Troy Rogowski.

Preeceville event to showcase many cultures

The Town of Preeceville will be hosting a cultural day with many ethic community members showcasing the cultures in and around the community.
Chuckwagon and chariot races make Sturgis grounds come alive

Chuckwagon and chariot races make Sturgis grounds come alive

The sounds of pounding hooves and fun echoed through the hills in Sturgis on September 3 and 4 when there were 27 entries in the chariot and chuckwagon races.
Registration and information night held in Preeceville

Registration and information night held in Preeceville

The Town of Preeceville hosted a registration and information session on September 7 with 11 organizations in attendance.
Danish visitors treated to many attractions in Preeceville

Danish visitors treated to many attractions in Preeceville

Finn Petersen with his wife Tove of Silkeborg, Denmark enjoyed visiting all the sites and local attractions and socializing with community members in Preeceville recently.

Preeceville Panthers record first football game loss

The Preeceville Panthers football team suffered their first loss when they traveled to Watrous to take on Watrous on September 9. The Panthers came up short with a 38-13 loss for the night.

Sturgis bingo winners listed

Sturgis Community bingo winners from August 30 were: Patsy Letwiniuk, Bea Sekel, Irene Lingl, Elaine Semeschuk, Jennifer Shingoose (two), Lauisa Keshane, Anne Sopel, Lydia Dzaman, Shirley Ellison (two), Jenny Soloway, Nettie Gazdewich, Jean Babiuk, V