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Preeceville museum reports to district museum meeting

The Preeceville and District Heritage Museum was one of eight museums represented and sharing reports about the summer season at the Seneca Root (regional museum network) meeting in Sturgis on October 21.
Sometimes the truth hurts

Sometimes the truth hurts

By Gail Krawetz

Halloween

Carving pumpkins for Halloween at Preeceville School last week, from left, were: Cory Paul, Riley Kuta, Dawson Paul and Dreyton Paul.

Par for the course

By Kaare Askildt Formerly known as Farmer in Training

First Whitehawk Arts Council concert on Saturday in Preeceville

Ken Lavigne will be taking to the stage Saturday in Preeceville for what is described as a high-energy show. The concert is the first in a set of three concerts scheduled for the 2015-16 season by the Whitehawk Arts Council.

Work to recruit another physician for Preeceville has begun

Faced with additional challenges, the administration of the Sunrise Health Region has made it a priority to recruit a second physician for the Preeceville area, according to a release issued last week by Sharon Tropin, director of communications. Dr.
Identifying species at risk in Saskatchewan

Identifying species at risk in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan strives to maintain a healthy environment for the thousands of native species that live in the province.
Panthers conclude season on high note

Panthers conclude season on high note

The Preeceville Panthers senior football team concluded the season at home with a huge win over Watson on October 23.
Seaman served 17 years on warships

Seaman served 17 years on warships

Smith Thomson followed his grandfather’s and father’s footsteps, when at the young age of 17, he joined the Canadian Navy. His family hails from Peterhead, Scotland and moved to the Winnipeg area in the 1920s.
Hockey season

Hockey season

Amanda Masley tied her son Cole’s skates for the first hockey practice of the season at the Preeceville Skating Arena.