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Immediate aid rolling out for flooded producers

The hard-pressed, waterlogged Saskatchewan farmers will be receiving some financial assistance in the near future.
Good to be lucky, lucky to be good

Good to be lucky, lucky to be good

Jay Noteboom got the start he wanted on the Dakota Classic Modified Tour before it even got underway.

RCMP looking for signs

The Estevan RCMP detachment is on the hunt for some signs.On the weekend of June, four road signs were taken down and stolen in the Roche Percee area. A barricade sign, low level crossing sign, road closed sign and a curve sign were the items stolen.

Our natural disasters don't count as much

Shall we compare apples with oranges to arrive at a statement regarding fairness this week?On Thursday last week, the federal and provincial governments issued a statement saying that help was on the way for hard-pressed Prairie producers whose crops
Haulers open provincials with title game rematch

Haulers open provincials with title game rematch

How far have members of the Estevan Haulers come along in the last two years?In two days they'll find out.

Questions still swirling around SCHR

It appears as if questions surrounding the employment of the vice-president of finance and operations for the Sun Country Health Region aren't going away.

Good Samaritans still out there

The Editor,Good Samaritans are alive and active in Estevan. Our July 1 hero is Adam Jocelyn. After several vehicles drove by while we were in distress, Adam stopped and helped us change our flat tire, which we were unable to do ourselves.
Committee recommends raise for mayor

Committee recommends raise for mayor

The committee struck to determine how much the members of Estevan city council should be paid have recommended a big raise for the mayor.
RCMP joins hunt for Struble

RCMP joins hunt for Struble

Local teen now missing for six years
Surgical checklist initiative a positive step says local surgeon

Surgical checklist initiative a positive step says local surgeon

Patient safety took another step forward recently with the introduction of the Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative.