Throwback Thursday: From the Preeceville Progress files

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Dates listed refer to publication dates not the dates of the events.)


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November 9, 1978- Weber Homes Ltd, of Yorkton began construction on the Endeavour School expansion.


November 10, 1977- The rat control program for the east-central agricultural region was given support by the District 19 Agricultural Board.


May 3, 1973- The We Own It Hall of the Veterans School District, west of Endeavour was recently sold to Winston Walker.


June 12, 1975- Approximately 100,000 pickerel fry were planted in Shutte Lake by the department of tourism and renewable resources in order to provide continued sports fishing at the lake.


July 14, 1977- The Transfiguration Ukrainian Catholic Church parish of Preeceville was visited by Bishop Andrew Roberecky of Saskatoon.


November 22, 1979- A female white-tailed deer with odd antlers was shot by Linda Boychuk and was described as a freak of nature due its strange antlers.