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Preeceville Progress

Preeceville recreation department offers new ideas

The past few months have brought many changes and upgrades to some of the recreational facilities and there are more upgrades to come.

Consider winter wheat

By Cory Jacob Regional crops specialist Watrous Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture It can be tough to think about next year’s crop before this one is in the bin, but winter wheat is well worth growing.

Small firms hire double the percentage of inexperienced workers compared to larger businesses

Canada’s smallest businesses lead the way in employee training, investing nearly $2,000 per employee on average each year according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’ (CFIB) latest report.
OKRAINETZ, Margaret Okrainetz

OKRAINETZ, Margaret Okrainetz

Margaret Okrainetz 1938-2015. On August 9, 2015 Mrs. Margaret Catherine (Holhouser) Okrainetz of Swan River, Manitoba passed away peacefully in the Swan Valley Lodge at the age of 77 years.
ZAWYRUCHA, Violet Agnes

ZAWYRUCHA, Violet Agnes

Violet Agnes Zawyrucha October 7, 1932 August 6, 2015. The passing of Mrs. Violet Agnes (nee Pearson) Zawyrucha of Humboldt, SK, (and formerly of Viscount, SK), occurred at Humboldt District Hospital, Humboldt, on Thursday, August 6, 2015.
RADCHUK, Fred

RADCHUK, Fred

Mr. Fred Radchuk of Preeceville passed away on August 8, 2015 at the Preeceville Health Centre. Fred Radchuk was born on May 7, 1938 in Endeavour, SK and Fred grew up in Endeavor with his parents Peter & Katherine and 2 brothers, John & George.
HEAD, Floyd Arthur

HEAD, Floyd Arthur

Floyd Arthur Head passed away at Regina General Hospital on June 30, 2015 at the age of 74. Floyd is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Stanyce. They were married at North Prairie Lutheran Church on August 1, 1964.

Nominations open for province’s highest honour and outstanding volunteers

Nomination deadlines are fast approaching for both the Saskatchewan Order of Merit and the Volunteer Medal.
Osprey back in same nest for past nine years

Osprey back in same nest for past nine years

A pair of Osprey have been nesting and raising their chicks at Lady Lake for nine years and were captured in a photograph on August 10 by Terry Galandy who resides next to the nesting Osprey.
Provincial show attracted 560 entries

Provincial show attracted 560 entries

( see Photo Gallery below ) The Sturgis Horticultural Society hosted a successful Provincial Horticultural Show with 560 entries from across the province.