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Preeceville Progress

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.
Preeceville youth crowned triple gold medallist

Preeceville youth crowned triple gold medallist

Willen Paligan of Preeceville won three gold medals at the 2015 TCU (Teachers’ Credit Union) Financial Saskatchewan Provincial Championships in Regina on June 12 to 14.
Swimming lessons teach valuable life-saving skills

Swimming lessons teach valuable life-saving skills

Swimming lessons help to not only develop swimming techniques but to build confidence and learn life-saving techniques, said Brooke Huska, the swimming instructor at Annie Laurie Lake.
Photos: Old Home Week

Photos: Old Home Week

Farmers must be ready to be part of the discussion

It is increasingly obvious that much in our world moving forward will not be imposed by government regulation, but rather by the philosophies put forward by big business.

Letter: Make ATV safety a priority for your child

The editor: ATV safety is hardly child’s play. In fact, when it comes to the various dangers associated with off-roading, children are the most vulnerable demographic.
Smoke from north reminds us we are connected

Smoke from north reminds us we are connected

It was just a little smoke ... or rather, a lot of wood smoke blanketing southern Saskatchewan like about a million campfires.

18-year-old man from Cote First Nation killed in ATV accident

An 18-year-old passenger on an ATV (quad) died as result of his injuries from an accident near the Kamsack sports grounds on July 1. Kamsack RCMP report that at 3:15 a.m.