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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.

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preecevilleprogress@sasktel.net

Recent Work by Liz

Ukrainian dance continue tradition of spreading hope and happiness

Ukrainian dance continue tradition of spreading hope and happiness

The traditions of dance kept alive through young Barveenok Sturgis Ukrainian Dance Club as they host its spring concert to a packed house.
Peewee football teaches fundamentals and gets children active

Peewee football teaches fundamentals and gets children active

Football teaches more than skills and fundamentals, it builds a brotherhood for life.
Last performance of season goes out with fun buzz

Last performance of season goes out with fun buzz

Last performance of season jives with many in attendance in Preeceville.
National Bound for Sturgis poet

National Bound for Sturgis poet

Provincial finalists of all contests move forward for final judging by the Legion National Foundation to determine the national winners.
Restoring wetlands one step at a time

Restoring wetlands one step at a time

A powerful punch presentation will focus on Canada's wetlands with special speakers from Ducks Unlimited.
Preeceville teachers acknowledged for dedication and years

Preeceville teachers acknowledged for dedication and years

Three hard-working teachers were honoured at the Preeceville School for years of service with special certificates.
Preeceville minor ball looks forward to dusting off the cleats

Preeceville minor ball looks forward to dusting off the cleats

Avid ball players are getting excited to hit the field for another ball season in Preeceville.
Preeceville Legion honours deserving students' hard work

Preeceville Legion honours deserving students' hard work

Macy Balawyder and Ashley Scott, two students from Preeceville School recently received special awards in appreciation of their hard-work and entries in the Preeceville Legion Remembrance Day poster and essay contest.
Final preparations for Parkland music festival

Final preparations for Parkland music festival

Excitement building for music festival, showcasing talents of many youth in the Preeceville and surrounding areas.
Stories came alive on the ice

Stories came alive on the ice

Skaters from the Preeceville Figure Skating Club were showcased in the annual ice carnival.
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