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Liz Jacobsen

Liz Jacobsen

Liz Jacobsen has been working for the Preeceville Progress for 20 plus years. She grew up on the family farm in Okla, Saskatchewan. She moved to Preeceville in 1990 where she worked numerous odd jobs before beginning reporting news and writing stories in 2000. She is married with two grown daughters and has four grandsons.

Email
preecevilleprogress@sasktel.net

Recent Work by Liz

Chainsaw art evolves into life altering career

Chainsaw art evolves into life altering career

Creative artist passionate about wood art.
Preeceville Bike and Skate Park welcome addition for youth

Preeceville Bike and Skate Park welcome addition for youth

Area youth take advantage of new paved skateboard and bicycle park in Preeceville.
Parishioners bid fond farewell to pastor

Parishioners bid fond farewell to pastor

Roman Catholic Church welcomes new minister after long-time reverend retires
Preeceville Lions excited to host Western Weekend

Preeceville Lions excited to host Western Weekend

Weekend of fun and excitement will provide thrills and chills for fair goers.
Preeceville Bike and Skate Park becoming reality

Preeceville Bike and Skate Park becoming reality

The Bike and Skate Park will be a multi-use facility approximately 3,950 square feet in size.
Butterflies released into wild after school project

Butterflies released into wild after school project

Science experiment concludes with setting monarchs free.
Fundraiser crop in the ground

Fundraiser crop in the ground

Canola field blossoms into projected cash crop.
Preeceville High School acknowledged in academic and athletic accomplishments

Preeceville High School acknowledged in academic and athletic accomplishments

Students recognized for accomplishments throughout the year.
Sturgis vintage car show attracts 27 vehicles and many lookers

Sturgis vintage car show attracts 27 vehicles and many lookers

Automobile enthusiasts welcomed the opportunity to show off their prized possessions.
Sturgis graduation ceremony held in the park

Sturgis graduation ceremony held in the park

Twenty-one students were honoured during an outdoor ceremony.