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Walk and roll to school day held at Preeceville

Walk and roll to school day held at Preeceville

The Preeceville School students and staff took the opportunity of the walk-and-roll incentive to walk or ride a bicycle to school on June 2, stated Leslea Hanson, Preeceville School vice-principal.
Giving back to the local community

Giving back to the local community

Farmers Business Network (FBN) is a fairly new company with strong beliefs in supporting and giving back to the local communities it serves. FBN provides economical agricultural products to farmers and their motto is “Farmers First .
Local hunter takes down another impressive bear

Local hunter takes down another impressive bear

A giant black bear was shot by Blair Mitchell of Preeceville on May 27, weighing in at 558 pounds with a 21 2/16-inch skull.
Fundraiser crop in the ground after group effort

Fundraiser crop in the ground after group effort

“The Bike and Skate Park committee has been very fortunate in this year’s efforts for the wheat crop fundraiser which was seeded on May 18 on the outskirts of Preeceville," stated Andrea Tonn, Town of Preeceville recreation director.

Waste water projects discussed at Council meeting

The Town of Preeceville council discussed many topics at its regular meeting held on April 15. Council tabled all discussions on the 2021 annual operating budget to the May meeting.
Sturgis Museum hosts work bee in preparation for new season

Sturgis Museum hosts work bee in preparation for new season

Board members and volunteers gathered at the Sturgis Station House Museum on May 19 to clean up the museum's grounds in preparation for its opening for the season.
Porcupine Plain RCMP theft investigation has a dam good ending

Porcupine Plain RCMP theft investigation has a dam good ending

On May 7, Porcupine Plain RCMP responded to a theft complaint in a rural area. An individual had left some posts piled on a property they planned on fencing, only to find they’d gone missing.
Preeceville youth unstoppable in hockey dream

Preeceville youth unstoppable in hockey dream

Brady Kashuba is only 15 years old and has not let anyone or anything stand in his way of reaching his dream of playing goaltender professionally.
Preeceville youth soars for the sky

Preeceville youth soars for the sky

Eric Prestie of Preeceville is well on his way to fulfilling his passion of becoming a pilot. He took his first solo flight at the Yorkton Airport through Leading Edge Aviation on May 2.

22 tickets issued for failure to slow to 60 km/hr

“When you’re standing by the side of the highway and a vehicle passes you traveling at the speed limit, or higher, its very intimidating,” shared Sgt.