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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

Town of Sturgis looks forward to another progressive year

Town of Sturgis looks forward to another progressive year

Year looks promising for small community of Sturgis.
Minor hockey day featured Preeceville teams

Minor hockey day featured Preeceville teams

Players showcase their talents during hockey day.
Sturgis Mini Miracle back to its popular traditions

Sturgis Mini Miracle back to its popular traditions

Sturgis Kin Club annual Mini-Miracle back to normal with live broadcasting of numerous local performers showcased
Top U18 hockey players showcased in Preeceville

Top U18 hockey players showcased in Preeceville

Best of the best players prove why they are the best in the league with five Preeceville players among the best.
Top U18 hockey players showcased, Canora player chosen

Top U18 hockey players showcased, Canora player chosen

Tomas Hauber of Canora was one of six Preeceville Pats players who made the Major Hockey League U18 All Star Game and Skills Competition.
Hockey action over holiday season has U18 team on top

Hockey action over holiday season has U18 team on top

Undefeated record and skating for top spot boosts U 18 Preeceville hockey team.
Remembering loved ones through the lighting of the Memorial Tree

Remembering loved ones through the lighting of the Memorial Tree

Tribute dedicated to remembrance for many going through rough times.
Community members honoured with Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Medal

Community members honoured with Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Medal

Individuals in Preeceville and Sturgis receive highest award in Canada history
Snowmobile club looks forward to new season of sledding

Snowmobile club looks forward to new season of sledding

Trails are all groomed and ready for snowmobilers to hit the trails.
Filling the Gap continues to help community members in need

Filling the Gap continues to help community members in need

Hampers feed the hunger at Christmas.
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