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Precision Work

There appears to be growing activity in the local oilpatch with more surveying of lands taking place. Here surveyor Terrace Sutherland was seen making his mark on farmland northeast of Provost recently. He said that a crew of 10 people working nearby was wrapping up the project after approximately a week and a half. After that Sutherland was headed to the Metiskow area for more surveying. Next on the marked sites, seismic workers were to appear, putting their expertise to work. Following that detailed information will be studied carefully by an oilfield company before a final decision is made to drill for oil in this or other nearby locations. ©Provost News Photo.

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More pictures, stories can be found in the print edition of The Provost News, Feb. 22, 2017 including:

• Hughenden Jets First inEast Central Senior Hockey League

• M.D. 52 OKs West Fire and Rescue Budget

• Carbon Tax Impact More Pronounced in Rural Areas—Superintendent

• Employment/Careers

• No Lots Sold by Town of Provost During 2016; Building Permits Down

• Men’s Basketball Tournament Held Over Weekend

• Augering the Ice at Dilberry Lake

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Defending
The annual Provost invitational tournament ran from February 17 to 19. This photo shows some of the action on Saturday morning, February 18 as Edmonton defends against a Provost attempt on a basket at STA School gym. Edmonton won this game 108-72. At the same time but on the court at the Provost Public School gym (not shown here) the Lloydminster Bricks men’s basketball team took on the Elk Point Pacers. The Lloydminster team won that game 75-67. ©Provost News Photo.

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