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Everybody has a story: Cliff Burns refuses to stay silent

Everybody has a story: Cliff Burns refuses to stay silent

To Cliff Burns, literature is a calling like a priesthood, and the term writer is an honorific, not to be used lightly. 
Arcola-area farmer David McLean honoured with Saskatchewan Angus 2022 Heritage Award

Arcola-area farmer David McLean honoured with Saskatchewan Angus 2022 Heritage Award

McLean family was recognized at this year's Canadian Western Agribition
Bonnie Read celebrates with award winning Special Olympian

Bonnie Read celebrates with award winning Special Olympian

Athlete who got his start in Outlook honored on national stage.
EPS constable rescues kitten in snowstorm, considers adopting it

EPS constable rescues kitten in snowstorm, considers adopting it

One lucky cat survives a snowstorm and dangerous situation on the road and maybe even finds a home, thanks to one caring Estevan Police Service constable.
Big River author connects with nature through poetry

Big River author connects with nature through poetry

PRINCE ALBERT - Big River author, Carla Braidek, shared her appreciation for the natural world and all its curiosities during a reading of her published work at the John M. Cuelenaere Public Library on the evening of Nov. 21.
New Stoughton resident spent five years working in Afghanistan

New Stoughton resident spent five years working in Afghanistan

Mike MacGregor had two separate stints working in the country.
‘I will never forget that day’: Ukrainian family from Kherson tells their story

‘I will never forget that day’: Ukrainian family from Kherson tells their story

As far as possible from Russia
Retired RCMP officer reflects on 40-year career

Retired RCMP officer reflects on 40-year career

Stressed importance of being a part of communities throughout years of service.
Estevan entrepreneur teaches dog owners how to understand their best friends

Estevan entrepreneur teaches dog owners how to understand their best friends

Shayla Hagel started a dog training business called Canine Culture in Estevan this fall.
Long-time Grey Cup volunteer reflects on Regina experience

Long-time Grey Cup volunteer reflects on Regina experience

Caroline Saxon of Estevan has been volunteering at the Grey Cup at locations across Canada since 2013, the previous time Saskatchewan hosted the biggest Canadian football event, which she says is something every football fan should experience.
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