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CMHA safeTalk course connects to suicide first aid

The Canadian Mental Health Association is offering a course on safeTalk on January 28 at 404 Ashford Street from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Driving service based in Carlyle now available

Driving service based in Carlyle now available

For many people getting to doctor appointments and to the airport in the city can cause a great deal of stress.
St. Michael School opens chapel

St. Michael School opens chapel

St. Michael School officially opened their new chapel on January 8. The chapel will serve as the heart of the catholic school and a formal connection to the St. Vincent de Paul parish. When St. Michael and St.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

This is the last month of the first semester. For grade 10-12 students, this means that final exams will be from Monday, Jan. 27 till Thursday, Jan. 30. On-going review is the best way to ensure success on these finals.
The Bros. Landreth to play at Happy Nun

The Bros. Landreth to play at Happy Nun

The Happy Nun Café nestled in Forget, SK, has seen a multitude of diverse performers take to the stage to entertain. Coming on Saturday, Jan. 18, to the Happy Nun is the Winnipeg based band, The Bros. Landreth.
Moose Mountain Wildlife Federation looks forward to 2014

Moose Mountain Wildlife Federation looks forward to 2014

Hunting and fishing are both popular pastimes engaged in by many within southeast Saskatchewan. Ensuring wildlife thrives, while encouraging safe hunting practices the Moose Mountain Wildlife Federation is dedicated to conservation.
Strike!

Strike!

Josh Baum rolls his ball down the lane at the bowling alley to score a strike while on a recreational outing with other Tatagwa View residents. The residents spent Wednesday afternoon at the bowling alley having a bit of fun together.

Weyburn has second-highest year for building

The City of Weyburn had a near-record year for construction activity and value in 2013, with some records set for planning activity of the city's Planning and Development Department, according to the year-end statistics for city building permits.

RM of Estevan enjoys strong 2013

It appears that 2013 was a strong one for the RM of Estevan as it continued to enjoy some impressive growth. In a press release the RM announced it issued $35.86 million in building permits in 2013.

Weyburn police investigate 'grandparent' scam in city

Over the past week the Weyburn Police Service has received complaints of telephone scams. In particular one is the "grandparent" scam where a supposed grandchild has run afoul of the law and needs money.