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Preeceville Progress

RCMP investigate sudden death in Hyas

Around 3:30 p.m. on April 28, Kamsack RCMP responded to a complaint of a sudden death in a residence on the 300 block of First Avenue North in the village of Hyas, according to an RCMP release.
Ski Chalet and old school building demolished for safety purposes

Ski Chalet and old school building demolished for safety purposes

Many Sturgis and area residents were very disappointed when they learned that the old Kopje School that was used a ski chalet in Sturgis was demolished on April 29.

Saskatchewan RCMP conduct noteworthy traffic stops

In the last couple of weeks, between April 8 and April 17, Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan (CTSS) and Maple Creek RCMP conducted a number of unusual traffic stops, according to an RCMP release.

Town of Preeceville meets to discuss many topics

The Town of Preeceville council discussed many topics of interest at its regular meeting held on March 10. Council met with Dr. Takra, Dr.
Ukrainian dancers continue to keep dancing traditions alive

Ukrainian dancers continue to keep dancing traditions alive

The Ukrainian Barveenok dancers have been keeping busy with practices in preparation for two virtual dance competitions.
Prolific local artist finds knack for painting

Prolific local artist finds knack for painting

Maureen Johnson has always enjoyed sitting down and creating special unique paintings or hand carvings. Her passion began in her early years when she would enjoy etching landscapes.
Throwback Thursday: From the Preeceville Progress files

Throwback Thursday: From the Preeceville Progress files

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Dates listed refer to publication dates not the dates of the events.
Relocation of Osprey in Endeavour

Relocation of Osprey in Endeavour

The Osprey nest relocation program is on track with the relocation platform in place and the nest relocation to the new platform all completed.
Mental Health and Resiliency in the Agriculture Industry

Mental Health and Resiliency in the Agriculture Industry

When we hear about resiliency in agriculture, the discussion often revolves around systems, such as cropping systems, supply chains, food processing and their ability to recover after a setback.
Throwback Thursday: From the Preeceville Progress files

Throwback Thursday: From the Preeceville Progress files

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Dates listed refer to publication dates not the dates of the events.) October 30, 1969- The Preeceville Lions Club donated $1,500 to defray the cost of putting aluminum siding on the bottom half of the skating rink in Preeceville.