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Preeceville School students run for hope

Preeceville School students run for hope

Preeceville School students and staff members held their annual Terry Fox Run on September 25. They were accompanied by a few parents who enjoyed a walk in the summer temperatures.
First concert scheduled for November

First concert scheduled for November

The Whitehawks Arts Council has scheduled their its first of a set of three concerts in the Stars of Saskatchewan series.
High rural turnout is telling

High rural turnout is telling

Consider how most rural Saskatchewan seats tend to be won in a rather overwhelming way.

Has the ISIS threat already come to fruition?

The editor: The current refugee crisis begs for scrutiny. The feasibility of terrorists manoeuvring entry amongst them is very real. Here is why.

And the vote goes to…

The editor: This election I will be faced with a tough choice. I could not ask for more from my MP, Murray Rankin. Everything I have requested, whether by letter, email or by personal visit, has been delivered.
Maybe oil has been the diversification all along?

Maybe oil has been the diversification all along?

One of the contentious issues in this federal election has been our country’s economic reliance on oil. Now that oil is in the tank, price-wise, some people are questioning if it was so wise to put so much of our economy in this fickle industry.
Remember the promise of Canora’s flax fibre plant?

Remember the promise of Canora’s flax fibre plant?

Often we are reminded of good ideas which just never quite lived up to the expectation.
Ethnic evening pays tribute to cultures

Ethnic evening pays tribute to cultures

Community members were treated to a special evening of sampling foods representing many countries during the Preeceville and District Heritage Museum ethnic dessert evening held at the Preeceville Club 60 on September 25.

Preeceville skating arena scheduled to start up

The Preeceville Skating Arena is scheduled to house numerous hockey teams in the Preeceville Minor Hockey Association and serve the Preeceville Figure Skating Club; as well as overseeing general skates.
Greystone Scholar selected as Liberal candidate for Yorkton-Melville

Greystone Scholar selected as Liberal candidate for Yorkton-Melville

A former Melville resident who is a Greystone Scholar at the University of Saskatchewan and who because of her community involvement and academic excellence was accepted into the University of Oxford in England, is the Liberal candidate for the Yorkt