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All things considered...Watchers of the sky

One of the most alluring yet frightening things to watch is the gathering of storm clouds on a hot Saskatchewan afternoon. As those billowy clouds start to accumulate, turn darker and hang lower a sense of exhilarating foreboding starts to creep in.
Enhancing farm management skills

Enhancing farm management skills

By: Brenda Stefanson Regional farm business management specialist Watrous office, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture The Farm Business Development Initiative (FBDI) has launched a new online system that al-lows producers to enrol in the program, su

Wall grateful to receive support of premiers for national contingency and firefighting training

Last week, Premier Brad Wall announced that he is pleased that other premiers have joined Saskatchewan and BC to call on the federal government on measures that will improve preparedness and response to wildfires.
Gymkhana allows riders to display their horsemanship skills

Gymkhana allows riders to display their horsemanship skills

The Etomaimie Valley Rider Club allowed avid horse riders to showcase their skills at various events during the gymkhana, which was part of the Preeceville Western Weekend July 11-12. Jen Hue was the announcer for the two-day event.

Access Communications Centennial Scholarships presented to area students

Several students from the area were among close to 160 students to receive Access Communications Centennial Scholarships in 2015.

Museum receives Preece family heirloom

The Preeceville and District Heritage Museum recently received a special addition to the collection of artifacts already on display at the Museum.
Saskatchewan artist featured guest at Preeceville Art Group display

Saskatchewan artist featured guest at Preeceville Art Group display

The Preeceville Art Group hosted an event on July 6 during Old Home Week to display the talent of local artists. The group also welcomed Norman Yakel, who is originally from Preeceville, as a guest presenter.
Chuckwagon and chariot races were the highlights of the weekend

Chuckwagon and chariot races were the highlights of the weekend

Chuckwagon and chariot races were the highlight of the Preeceville Lions Club Western Weekend on July 10 to 12. The races were threatened by a few rain clouds but avid fans waited through the rain to watch the races.

Roar into summer at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and the T.rex Discovery Centre

Science-crazy kids don’t have to worry about being bored this summer. The Royal Saskatchewan Muse-um (RSM) has coordinated an array of activities for active, curious, young people.
Preeceville Western Weekend provided fun for all ages

Preeceville Western Weekend provided fun for all ages

(More photos below ...) Along with the featured chariot and chuckwagon races, there were numerous other activities to keep everyone busy at the Preeceville and District Lions Club Western Weekend on July 10 to 12.