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Disturbances, fights and collision keep EPS members on the run

A report of a missing 16-year-old girl was received by Estevan Police Service on July 21.
Academy of Learning closed by gov't

Academy of Learning closed by gov't

The students of the Academy of Learning in Estevan received a rather unwelcome surprise last week.

Funding announced for final stage of research

Federal support of CO2 project
Nothing false about faux finish experience

Nothing false about faux finish experience

It was a trip and experience to remember with two fold results. Janet Foord, who is busy launching a new business, JF Designs Inc.

Crops are advancing "even after a terrible start" in Weyburn area

Reports of grasshoppers, leaf disease in SE crops
Weyburn makes top 5 in "Riderville" contest - City proclaims "Rider Mania Month" in August

Weyburn makes top 5 in "Riderville" contest - City proclaims "Rider Mania Month" in August

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on July 19, here are the major points of interest:*Mayor Debra Button proclaimed that "we will not rest" until Weyburn is "Riderville" at the beginning of the City Council meeting on July 19.
'Youths' involvement in community helps shape a better future'

'Youths' involvement in community helps shape a better future'

Being a youth in this day in age has progressively proven to be more difficult than even five years ago. With new drug, sex and violent temptations, it can be hard for kids to keep afloat.
Quota International members in Vancouver

Quota International members in Vancouver

Quota International members from around the world met in Vancouver, British Columbia recently for the group's 86th annual convention.

Duncan to run in 2011 election

Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA Dustin Duncan has announced his plans to run as the Saskatchewan Party candidate for the 2011 provincial election. With no other Saskatchewan Party candidates coming forward in this constituency, Duncan has been acclaimed.

New substation boosts reliability in Weyburn area

SaskPower has completed construction of a new $8.5 million substation project to support the growing demand for electricity in the Weyburn area.