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Children dive into books at local libraries

Celebrate the power of imagination at the Preeceville Public Library this summer with the TD Summer Reading Club.

Usherville man given mandatory sentence for first-degree murder

The family of the late Gwenda Gregory of Usherville can experience some closure in knowing that the man responsible for her brutal murder was given the mandatory sentence of life in prison with no parole eligibility for 25 years.
Local teen preparing to compete for title of Miss Teen Canada

Local teen preparing to compete for title of Miss Teen Canada

Shayna Waite of Preeceville has embarked on a journey of a lifetime that started when she won the title of Miss Teen Eastern Saskatchewan and has continued as she prepares to compete for the title of Miss Teen Canada.
Failing emergency services at Preeceville Hospital fails the community

Failing emergency services at Preeceville Hospital fails the community

There were $10 million spent on renovations at the Preeceville and District Health Centre so that health services could be offered under one roof but there is a growing outcry that the health centre is failing to serve the area.

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.