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First winner drawn for the Estevan Mercury's Christmas Wish List promotion

First winner drawn for the Estevan Mercury's Christmas Wish List promotion

Darlene Himmelspeck is excited to win this week.
Winter Wellness program launched for Weyburn leisure facilities

Winter Wellness program launched for Weyburn leisure facilities

The City of Weyburn is a health-conscious community which encourages active lifestyle at all our affordable and accessible facilities.
In world first, Moose Jaw lawyer signs real estate deal over VR

In world first, Moose Jaw lawyer signs real estate deal over VR

Talon Regent, owner of Regent Law in Moose Jaw, used Virtual Reality (VR) technology to sign documents for the purchase and sale of physical land — for the first time ever.
A Miracle on Main Street coming to Stoughton

A Miracle on Main Street coming to Stoughton

Numerous activities are planned in a showcase of the community.
Weyburn to switch to bi-weekly garbage pickup on Nov. 28

Weyburn to switch to bi-weekly garbage pickup on Nov. 28

The refuse carts need to be out on the street for pickup by 7 a.m. on collection days.
Arcola Co-op makes substantial donation to healthcare

Arcola Co-op makes substantial donation to healthcare

The co-op recently made a donation to support a new committee in the town.
New RM of Benson reeve looks forward to the job

New RM of Benson reeve looks forward to the job

Wallewein isn't the first member of his family to be on the RM of Benson council.
Customer satisfaction just one of Tessa’s Trendz

Customer satisfaction just one of Tessa’s Trendz

"Tessa’s Trendz is a place where you make friends, not a high-pressure sales environment," said owner Teresa Davidson.
Empathy and compassion keys to success for businesswoman

Empathy and compassion keys to success for businesswoman

Carrying on this family tradition, the Grondin’s son, Patrick Jr., also received his funeral director’s license and has joined the staff.
Proposed changes to municipal elections met with mixed reactions

Proposed changes to municipal elections met with mixed reactions

The amended law will also make it easier to set up polling places in hospitals and personal care homes, and will require all municipalities to hold at least one advance poll.
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