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Oxbow celebrates new Co-op food store opening

Oxbow celebrates new Co-op food store opening

The new Southern Plains Co-op grocery store in Oxbow is now open, and it has been well received by customers. A reception was held inside the store for the co-op’s staff members, board of directors and numerous dignitaries on March 17.

Shop in Estevan, win some cash

Shopping and making purchases at local businesses could lead a local consumer to $1,000 in cash, courtesy of the Estevan Mercury publications and local businesses.

Farmers’ market revenues increased again in the past year

The Estevan Farmers’ Market saw an overall increase in revenues in 2015, as their summer sales were up but their Christmas sales were down.

B.C. company promoting green refinery project

Pacific Future Energy is moving ahead with a proposal that was first brought to light in mid-January and is now receiving additional attention at various governmental levels.
Energy company supports fundraising campaign

Energy company supports fundraising campaign

An energy company has stepped forward with a big contribution towards Torquay’s arena. Steppe Petroleum Inc.
PSAC looking for federal support

PSAC looking for federal support

The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) recently presented a proposal to the federal government that they believe will put oil and gas services companies back to work while benefitting the environment.
Oil well cleanup process concerns patch veteran

Oil well cleanup process concerns patch veteran

There is a growing concern over the state of affairs in the Saskatchewan oil industry and a veteran of the oilpatch knows why and wonders what can be done to correct a growing problem.
SaskPower partners up with flare gas power project

SaskPower partners up with flare gas power project

The SaskPower grid system was enriched by one megawatt of electrical power on March 3 with the startup of the Kineticor flare gas power generation facility which will add electrical power into the provincial grid system and it will be purchased by Sa
BID's O'Handley not surprised with result

BID's O'Handley not surprised with result

Barry O’Handley remains a strong proponent of reduced speed limits on Fourth Street through downtown Estevan, even if Estevan city council has opted not to change the limits. But he’s not likely going to press the speed limit issue any further.
Chamber campaign to promote interest in local business

Chamber campaign to promote interest in local business

The Estevan Chamber of Commerce is always on the lookout for ways to promote the Energy City’s business community. These efforts have led to a new campaign specifically meant to garner interest in local businesses this coming spring.
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