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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October 12, 1967-A ratepayers meeting was held in Endeavour in support of the decision to continue to demand that Grade 7 and 8 students be taught at Lillian School instead of being transported to Sturgis.


September 16, 1971-Ken Lozinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lozinski of Lady Lake, spent the summer in northern Saskatchewan where he was engaged in a special population and geography study.


March 29, 1973-After five years of service in the Preeceville area as United Church minister, Rev. Earl McIntyre will be leaving Preeceville.


June 3, 1971-Resurfacing of 21 miles of Highway No. 314 between Preeceville and Buchanan was nearing completion. 


August 7, 1969-Marion Myhr, 17, of Preeceville was awarded second place out of 14 contestants in the Saskatchewan Dairy Princess completion held in Saskatoon.