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Unity and Kerrobert say events benefit both communities

Unity and Kerrobert say events benefit both communities

Organizers are seeing the benefits of working together.
Yorkton entrepreneur says government thwarted his ag-plastics recycling business

Yorkton entrepreneur says government thwarted his ag-plastics recycling business

Lawyer advised Dallon Leger to plead guilty because it wouldn’t have been a winning fight. 
Saskatoon firefighters put out fire at boarded-up house

Saskatoon firefighters put out fire at boarded-up house

Firefighters put out a fire at a boarded up house in the 100 block of 32nd Street West.
Lobsters sell out!

Lobsters sell out!

Sold out event coincided with Yorkton Film Festival.
Role of early education highlighted at meeting

Role of early education highlighted at meeting

"For every dollar spent in early years, there is an evaluation of a $1.50 to $2.80 in return," Jacqueline Gibbs, the program's co-ordinator told education board members during her presentation at their May 24 open meeting in the South East Cornerstone Public School Division's head office in Weyburn.
Riders preseason curse broken, thanks to a spirited QB battle

Riders preseason curse broken, thanks to a spirited QB battle

Riders Postgame: Final score of Preseason Game One is Saskatchewan Roughriders 30, BC Lions 27.
Driver blows over twice the legal limit in Estevan

Driver blows over twice the legal limit in Estevan

Latest from the Estevan Police Service.
Winter lentil survival put to test

Winter lentil survival put to test

Disappointing results despite high expectations.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Bibic speech BCE chief executive Mirko Bibic is scheduled to give a speech to the Canadian Club Toronto on Monday.
First garden offerings of the year make for a divine spring

First garden offerings of the year make for a divine spring

Springtime bounty of taste and nutrition.
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