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Preeceville resident working as practicum student at KCI

Preeceville resident working as practicum student at KCI

A Preeceville woman is completing a university course requirement work-ing to the end of the year at a practicum student at the Kamsack Comprehensive Institute.
Wall walks a dangerous line

Wall walks a dangerous line

Really, the only people who should be telling you how to vote are the people who are who running for office themselves.

Weak opposition – Wall?

The editor: The Saskatchewan Legislature session ended in June with Premier Brad Wall making the statement that the session was good, but added the laughable statement that the opposition party was weak in opposing the government. It would appear Mr.
Succumbing to the wave

Succumbing to the wave

I’m sure people of Europe watched their TV news in shock in late August as a wave of immigrants literally crashed through the border between Greece and Macedonia, ignoring border guards who were reluctant to shoot, their impotence plain for all to se
It’s time for robotics to get a foothold on farming

It’s time for robotics to get a foothold on farming

The idea of robotics in agriculture has long intrigued me.
Flowers are a passion for Preeceville resident

Flowers are a passion for Preeceville resident

Jennie Emond of Preeceville has a passion for flowers and gardening finding the activity as not only very therapeutic for her, but knowing that flowers offer an added community attraction.
Cardlock facility to soon become a reality

Cardlock facility to soon become a reality

After many delays the proposed cardlock for Preeceville is finally becoming a reality.
MENTANKO, Steve

MENTANKO, Steve

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Steve Mentan-ko on Friday, August 21, 2015 at 84 years of age. Steve was born in the Sturgis, Sas-katchewan District on October 27, 1930 to Nestor and Pau-line Mentanko, the 7th of 11 children.
GULKA, Stella

GULKA, Stella

Stella (Prestie) Gul-ka was born on July 24, 1928 in the Checkow Dist. to Franc-es (Derin) Prestie and Mike Prestie. Stella attended Checkow School and worked on the family farm. On Octo-ber 28, 1945 she married Mike M. Gulka.

Might a Collaborative Emergency Centre be possible for Preeceville?

A Collaborative Emergency Centres (CEC), such as the one being set up in Canora, may not be the answer to the Preeceville Hospital emergency bypass situation but it may offer a possible solution.
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