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Online application for Health Services card now available

Canadian citizens and permanent residents moving to Saskatchewan from other provinces or territories will now be able to apply online for a Saskatchewan Health Services Card.

WIT announces first half performance

The first half of Fiscal 2011 was profitable for Weyburn Inland Terminal Ltd., however operations have been impacted by consecutive years of flooding in the company's core market area. WIT reported after-tax earnings of $904,000 ($0.
One on One with Tom Harwood

One on One with Tom Harwood

Tom Harwood is the new leisure services manager for the City of Estevan. He began working in Estevan Aug. 15. Where are you from? I was raised in Princeton, B.C. Prior to being in Prince George, B.C.
Announcement brings some clarity to expected regulations

Announcement brings some clarity to expected regulations

Federal environment minister visits clean coal construction site
Children's Wish Foundation sends family to Disney World

Children's Wish Foundation sends family to Disney World

Riley Donison is just about to begin Grade 4. He is a very energetic and inquisitive child who is very curious about his surroundings and loves interacting with the things around him.
"Hairspray" has successful weekend

"Hairspray" has successful weekend

Estevan's Triple Threat Theatre's first production Hairspray: The Broadcast Musical had a very successful weekend of performances.
Legion Ladies Auxiliary marks 80th year

Legion Ladies Auxiliary marks 80th year

Some of the longest-serving members of the Weyburn Legion's Ladies Auxiliary gather to show off a special cake made for the group's 80th anniversary on August 12.

Harvest underway in Saskatchewan

The 2011 harvest has begun according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly crop report. Three per cent of the 2011 crop has been combined. The five-year (2006-2010) provincial average for this time of year is five per cent combined.

RM of Weyburn continues to deal with flood effects

The RM of Weyburn is continuing to deal with the after-effects of the flooding this year, as council discussed a couple of locations where they will have to apply to the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority to move standing water.

Current hospital in dire need of a replacement

For nearly 60 years the Weyburn General Hospital has served the medical needs of Weyburn and the surrounding area. However the current facility is becoming increasingly antiquated as it does not meet several modern standards.