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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

Excitement growing for new Sturgis lacrosse season

Excitement growing for new Sturgis lacrosse season

Turn of century game has players battling it out on the field for a full ball season.
Ketchen Lake Bible Camp to start up at full capacity

Ketchen Lake Bible Camp to start up at full capacity

Campers eager to get back to a full season of overnight and day camping at Ketchen Lake Bible Camp.
Preeceville Museum to reopen for season with salute to Ukraine

Preeceville Museum to reopen for season with salute to Ukraine

Salute to Ukraine encouraged by Preeceville Museum in its re-opening season
Ukrainian dancers continue tradition of spreading hope and happiness

Ukrainian dancers continue tradition of spreading hope and happiness

Barveenok club members highlight Ukrainian colour and tradition through its spring concert held in Sturgis.
Gun safety course teaches students valuable lessons

Gun safety course teaches students valuable lessons

Firearm safety focus on course instructed by long-time expert from the Preeceville Wildlife Federation.
Ukrainian original costumes preserved for future generations

Ukrainian original costumes preserved for future generations

Past members of the Srenen Barveenok Ukrainian Dance Club are honoured through donation of original hand sewn outfits.
Roughrider Snowmobile Club season ends on positive note

Roughrider Snowmobile Club season ends on positive note

Outdoor sports comes to an end with the spring melt.
Kelvington 4-Her earns provincial speaker victory

Kelvington 4-Her earns provincial speaker victory

Amber Spray claimed top provincial spot at 4-H speech competition.
Awards for young players who could be the hockey stars of tomorrow

Awards for young players who could be the hockey stars of tomorrow

Hockey season winds up with awards banquet that acknowledged the accomplishments of all Preeceville players.
New publisher appointed for Preeceville Progress

New publisher appointed for Preeceville Progress

New face, new ideas for the three local newspapers of Preeceville Progress, Canora Courier and Kamsack Times