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Old Home Week celebrated with a week of activities

Old Home Week celebrated with a week of activities

( more photos below ) The community of Preeceville celebrated a week-long set of activities and events that were based on the celebration of Old Home Week.

Saskatchewan artists and audiences benefit from culture on the go

The Government of Saskatchewan recently announced an additional $800,000 investment in Saskatchewan’s cultural sector with renewed funding for the Culture on the Go program.

Anthrax confirmed in bison in northwest Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Agriculture is reminding producers to be on the lookout for anthrax in their animals af-ter confirmation that anthrax has been found in bison northwest of North Battleford.

Water Security Agency releases water supply outlook

Last week, the Water Security Agency released a water supply outlook for the province which summarizes stream flows and water supply in reservoirs as of July 1.

Saskatchewan people set another all-time high employment record

The June unemployment rate in Saskatchewan was 4.7 per cent (seasonally adjusted), down from 4.9 per cent in May (seasonally adjusted), and once again the lowest among all provinces, according to numbers released by Statistics Canada.
IMPACT program helps prepare pre-school children for Kindergarten

IMPACT program helps prepare pre-school children for Kindergarten

Pre-school children preparing to enter Kindergarten in the fall were the honoured guests at the IMPACT program at Preeceville School on June 13.
Physician update for Preeceville

Physician update for Preeceville

Sunrise Health Region is in the process of recruiting a physician for Preeceville, through the Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment (SIPPA) program, to join Dr. Taofik Adedeji and Dawn Kennedy, a nurse practitioner.

Alberta’s NDP government doesn’t get it on CO2

Shortly after coming to power, the new NDP government in Alberta has started moving on its climate change and associated greenhouse gas policies. The early indications are not promising.
Close eye kept on oats crop fundraiser for the Preeceville Hospital Building Fund

Close eye kept on oats crop fundraiser for the Preeceville Hospital Building Fund

The oats crop seeded as a fundraiser for the Preeceville Hospital Building Fund is doing well in comparison to the rest of the crops in the area, said Jim Ward, chairperson for the project.
Preeceville tourist booth is a valuable asset

Preeceville tourist booth is a valuable asset

The tourist booth in many small communities is often a valuable source of information for tourists and travelers who pass through the community.