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Farmer’s Filthy 5 raises more than $15,000 for the Saskatchewan children’s hospital initiative

Farmer’s Filthy 5 raises more than $15,000 for the Saskatchewan children’s hospital initiative

There are still a few people who will ask: “What is the Farmer’s Filthy 5” – an event which was held on June 6 at Stenen. The answer makes them proud to be from this part of the province.
FREMMERLID, Diane

FREMMERLID, Diane

FREMMERLID: Diane October 13, 1955 - June 24, 2015. Diane passed away suddenly on Wednesday, June 24th. She has left behind a loving family with many wonderful memories. Diane was born in Preeceville, Saskatchewan.
Sturgis Kindergarten students honoured at graduation ceremony

Sturgis Kindergarten students honoured at graduation ceremony

Ten Sturgis Kindergarten students celebrated a milestone with a graduation ceremony on June 18.
IGNATIUK, Tinia

IGNATIUK, Tinia

IGNATIUK: Tinia Ignatiuk, 82 of Yorkton formerly of Preeceville, passed away on June 12 in Aspen Bluffs Villa, Yorkton. Funeral service was held at Preeceville Trinity United Church on June 22 with Reverend Miles Russell of officiating.
Arson said cause of Pelly museum’s destruction

Arson said cause of Pelly museum’s destruction

Arson is believed to have been responsible for the fi re which destroyed the Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum. At 3:13 p.m. on June 13, the Kamsack RCMP were called to a fire at the museum, said a release from the Kamsack RCMP.
Sturgis students’ accomplishments celebrated at awards day

Sturgis students’ accomplishments celebrated at awards day

Numerous students at the Sturgis Composite High School received awards on June 19 to celebrate their accomplishments throughout the school year.
Preeceville School students acknowledged for their achievements

Preeceville School students acknowledged for their achievements

Top academic and athletic students were acknowledged for their achievements at the Preeceville School awards day on June 19. A special presentation was made to those who helped in making the Breakfast Cafe open every morning.
Why not dugout canoes or animal skin kayaks?

Why not dugout canoes or animal skin kayaks?

Protestors in Seattle have a knack for irony. Several weeks ago a swarm of protestors in kayaks protested the presence of an offshore drilling rig in the port, one operated by Royal Dutch Shell.

Letter: Don’t let it happen to you!

Dear editor, When it comes to accidents, it’s common to think, oh, it will never happen to us. That is what we thought until our six-year-old son, Roan, a member of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program, lost his leg in a lawn mower accident.
Many changes reported at the Mackenzie Society’s annual general meeting

Many changes reported at the Mackenzie Society’s annual general meeting

The Preeceville Mackenzie Society Ventures annual general meeting was held on June 18 during which service awards were presented and a new executive was elected. Jackie Blotski chaired the meeting .