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First banners commemorating local veterans appear on streets of Estevan

First banners commemorating local veterans appear on streets of Estevan

The fundraising project by South East Military Museums saw the first eight commemorative historic banners installed in three different locations on Fourth Street
Council discusses COVID-19 restrictions, reminds about upcoming clinics

Council discusses COVID-19 restrictions, reminds about upcoming clinics

Estevan city council touched on the new provincial COVID-19 protocols during their latest meeting
Co-op Fuel Good Day is underway in Estevan, Carlyle and Oxbow

Co-op Fuel Good Day is underway in Estevan, Carlyle and Oxbow

Co-op Fuel Good Day is happening on Tuesday in the southeast
Football Weekend in Estevan a showcase of local talent

Football Weekend in Estevan a showcase of local talent

Estevan's minor football teams held home games as part of the annual Football Weekend in Estevan.
The status quo cost $610 million

The status quo cost $610 million

The federal election cost Canadians $610 million, and we have the status quo to show for it.
Estevan Mercury Flashback – Sept. 22, 2004

Estevan Mercury Flashback – Sept. 22, 2004

This week's flashback
Robert Kitchen is headed back to Ottawa as Souris-Moose Mountain’s MP

Robert Kitchen is headed back to Ottawa as Souris-Moose Mountain’s MP

Robert Kitchen has been re-elected as the MP for the Souris-Moose Mountain constituency.
Election runners-up happy with how campaign went in Souris-Moose Mountain

Election runners-up happy with how campaign went in Souris-Moose Mountain

Candidates Diane Neufeld of the PPC and Greg Douglas of the Maverick Party talked about their campaigns
Update: Kitchen re-elected as Souris-Moose Mountain MP

Update: Kitchen re-elected as Souris-Moose Mountain MP

Robert Kitchen has been re-elected as the MP of Souris-Moose Mountain.
Additional cases of COVID-19 at Estevan Regional Nursing Home

Additional cases of COVID-19 at Estevan Regional Nursing Home

Fourteen residents and three staff members have been diagnosed with COVID-19 at the Estevan Regional Nursing Home.