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Harwood added as leisure services manager

Harwood added as leisure services manager

Tom Harwood has recently joined the City of Estevan as the leisure services manager, filling a position that had been vacant for nearly a year. Harwood, who came to Estevan from Prince George, B.C.
TSN anchors shocked by condition of football field

TSN anchors shocked by condition of football field

There wasn't much time to rest for Jay Onrait and Dan O'Toole during their two-day visit to Estevan last week.

Undeclared Guns and undervalued vehicles add to Canada's revenue at borders

Due to flooding this spring and summer, overall passengers processed at North Portal were down 46 per cent from last July, said officials from the Canada Border Services offices. Officers processed 19,802 individuals as opposed to 36,972 in 2010.
Kraft tour electrifies the Energy City

Kraft tour electrifies the Energy City

By the time TSN left Estevan on Thursday, it had cemented the seventh stop on this year's Kraft Celebration Tour as one of the most memorable events ever to hit the city.

Highway 39 reopens

The floods of 2011 are continuing to have a major impact on the provincial government's budget.
Agriculture service office returns to Estevan

Agriculture service office returns to Estevan

An agricultural services office provided by the provincial government has returned to Estevan, even if it's in a somewhat abbreviated form. Those who gathered for the official re-opening on Aug.

Stoughton Ag Society holds fall agriculture exhibition

Stoughton (cpd) - The winners of the Stoughton Fall Agriculture exhibition are as follows: Class 1 Flowers, first place winners: Gwen Veer: for Lily, Asiatic, Lily other than Asiatic, Marigold double, Petunia single white three blooms, Snapdragons, t
Student transfer processes just got clearer at Cornerstone

Student transfer processes just got clearer at Cornerstone

The trustees from the South East Cornerstone School Division have discussed and debated the need to have a firm policy regarding enrolment of students from outside school attendance areas, and on Aug.
First man found guilt after summer drug bust

First man found guilt after summer drug bust

An Estevan drug bust at the end of June resulted in its first sentence handed down in Estevan provincial court on Monday. Benjamin James Decker pleaded guilty to trafficking marijuana and possessing the proceeds of crime.

Minimum wage to increase September 1

Saskatchewan's minimum wage earners will see an increase in their salary effective September 1, 2011. The Government of Saskatchewan will increase the province's minimum wage from $9.25 to $9.