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Transfiguration parish celebrated milestone

Transfiguration parish celebrated milestone

Ukrainian church celebrated 75 years – Transfiguration parish celebrated milestone

Ukrainian church celebrated 75 years – Transfiguration parish celebrated milestone

( see Photo Gallery below ) Members of the Holy Transfiguration Ukrainian Catholic Church in Preeceville gathered to celebrate the church’s 75th anniversary on August 23. Rev.

Town council and RM representatives look for answers

Concerned councillors and rural municipal representatives went looking for answers from the Sunrise Health Region in regards to the current doctor shortage issue and Preeceville Hospital bypass situation.
Preeceville Legion Hall received upgrades

Preeceville Legion Hall received upgrades

The Preeceville Legion Hall is being renovated in a project to be completed by early fall. The building was moved to its present location in 1950 from the Yorkton Air Force Base.
STARS called out to Preeceville

STARS called out to Preeceville

STARS air ambulance caused a stir when the larger helicopter unit was dispatched from Saskatoon for an inter-hospital transfer from Preeceville on August 20. The ambulance landed at the Maple Farm Equipment location.
Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Three historical events marked at 74th annual Rama pilgrimage

Three historical events marked at 74th annual Rama pilgrimage

Vigil of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Staff in place as school is to begin September 1

The 201516 school year is to begin for teachers on August 27 and for students regular classes will begin on September 1.

UCC Saskatchewan welcomes “Ambulances” for Ukraine project

The Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Saskatchewan Provincial Council, welcomed the announcement made on August 21 by MD Ambulance that four ambulances from Canada are due to arrive in Kyiv, Ukraine sometimes next week.
Sturgis Museum acknowledged volunteers for the season

Sturgis Museum acknowledged volunteers for the season

The Sturgis Station House Museum acknowledged all the volunteers who had volunteered their time throughout the museum season during a windup supper on August 23.
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