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What is new under the sun and Ecclesiastes revisited

"There is nothing new under the sun" the author of Ecclesiastes said. Generations come and go, streams run to the sea, the wind blows where it will, and all is vanity.
Library becomes makeshift putting green

Library becomes makeshift putting green

Hundreds of children, families and library lovers put their mini golf game to the test, navigating the labyrinthine golf course the Estevan Public Library was turned into on Sunday.

CAA Saskatchewan Halloween Safety Tips

CAA Saskatchewan would like to remind all trick-or-treaters and drivers to stay alert and be safe this Halloween.

Senior Centre News - Oct. 24, 2014

The results of the Senior Centre's activities from October 10 to October 16: Bridge: (Friday) First Chuck Widdis, second tied Linda Kot, Jim Brown. Bridge: (Monday) First John Whitell, second Jim Brown, third Elfreida Mantay.
Reminding Canadians to have a safe Halloween

Reminding Canadians to have a safe Halloween

Halloween is a fun and exciting time for children. Health Canada would like to remind Canadians of some important safety tips, to ensure that Halloween remains an enjoyable experience.

Announcing good news

In my books there are few things I enjoy more than a well run and truly meaningful meeting.

Helping others touch the hem of Christ's garment

Following the tradition of his father, grandfather and great-grandfather, on his 21st birthday Roger decided to walk on water. His pal Corky took him to the middle of the lake.
Telethon magic returns

Telethon magic returns

The 38 th annual edition of Estevan United Way telethon took on a personal and even more meaningful texture for Doug McDavid, president and co-ordinator of the successful 33-hour televised campaign that ended in success late Saturday afternoon.
Building from scratch is pure joy for model engineering leaders

Building from scratch is pure joy for model engineering leaders

It’s well beyond tinkering. These guys (and a few gals) are serious about their craft. It’s a hobby, but it involves some serious stuff, mostly because they really care about what they do and how they do it. They’re authentic.
Sidloski siblings perform at Tommy Douglas Day

Sidloski siblings perform at Tommy Douglas Day

Eight-year-old Mason Sidloski sings, as his mother Heather accompanies him on piano, as he entertains during Tommy Douglas Day held at the Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre on Sunday.