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Preeceville Progress

Telemiracle wants your story!

On September 15, organizers of Telemiracle launched a seven-month campaign called MyTelemiracleStory.com to collect stories and memories about Telemiracle from the people of Saskatchewan.
Nursery school offers fun interactive time.

Nursery school offers fun interactive time.

Preeceville Nursery School kicked off the new school year on September 15 with classes for the three year olds in the morning and four year olds in the afternoon.

Youth apprenticeship scholarships provide a head start

Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) scholarship winners enter the skilled trades with an incentive of $1,000 in addition to the benefits available to all SYA graduates.
Scenes from the Sturgis Kinettes fall market

Scenes from the Sturgis Kinettes fall market

Sturgis Kinettes fall market hosts 16 tables

Sturgis Kinettes fall market hosts 16 tables

( see photo gallery below ) The Sturgis Kinettes hosted their annual fall market with 16 vendors showcasing their products at the Sturgis Community hall on September 19.
Parkinson’s SuperWalk helps raise awareness and funds for research

Parkinson’s SuperWalk helps raise awareness and funds for research

Shirley Neufeld of Preeceville was joined by her daughter Deanna Mirva and granddaughter Savannah Mirva, both of Dalmeny, for the Parkinson’s SuperWalk in Saskatoon on September 12 and 13.

Prairie Soil Services acquires Canora and Yorkton CHS NH3 locations

Prairie Soil Services Ltd. of Norquay is proud to announce its expansion into the Canora and Yorkton NH3 anhydrous ammonia markets this fall with its purchase of the CHS locations and assets, located 4.5 miles north of Canora on Highway No.

Neighbour to the south finds new twist on "If it sounds too good to be true…"

Everyone has heard the old adage: “If it sounds too good to be true – it probably is.” It is one that has special meaning for Gordon Otto of Yorkton.

Seniors’ Week to be celebrated in Preeceville

The Town of Preeceville will be joining other communities across the province in celebrating Seniors’ Week from September 28 to October 4.

READ Club helps STARS air ambulance

The Sturgis READ Club and community members joined in support of the STARS air ambulance with a barbecue luncheon at the club on September 4. “The support was overwhelming with $1,756 raised for STARS,” said Betty Lou Skogen.