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Farm to Fork: The chicken story

I bet when the chicken crossed the road, she never dreamed of all the atrocities which were awaiting her on the other side. Otherwise, the wise chicken would have stayed put, where she was safe and sound.

Police investigate vehicle/pedestrian accident

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of September 13 to 19: *On September 19, police were called to assist in locating a missing resident from a local group home. The resident was located a short time later.

Cougar sightings reported in Estevan Update

Estevan residents were put on alert last week after reports surfaced that three cougars were spotted within city limits.
City will consider more cops

City will consider more cops

With arrests and worries rising due to Estevan's bustling drug trade, the call for reinforcements has been made.

Estevan Elks celebrating 85th anniversary Oct. 1 and 2

"Vibrant and alive after 85." That's the slogan Dean Chow chose to describe the Estevan Elks as they enter into their 85th year of existence. Vibrant and alive might even be an understatement.

RCMP arrest man in North Portal accused of child pornography possession

RCMP arrested a man in North Portal on Sunday, who allegedly had in his possession child pornography.

Producers at standstill with wet weather, frost concerns

Wet conditions in the southeast have caused harvest operations to come to a standstill, with concerns for late-seeded crops being affected by a forecast of frost.
Weyburn police assist in search for missing man

Weyburn police assist in search for missing man

The Weyburn Police Service dealt with 186 occurrences over the week of Sept. 13-19, many of them alcohol related, with one item including a search for a missing resident, and a B&E at a local business.

Lyndale still poses problem due to enrollment and status

Enrollment is up significantly in the South East Cornerstone School Division, but there are still three school facilities that qualify for potential review processes that could lead to a proposal for closure, according to provincial criteria.
Sculptor Vivot upset by coverage of unveiling

Sculptor Vivot upset by coverage of unveiling

The sculptor of the newly-unveiled bronze statue of Tommy Douglas is upset about the coverage by the national and out-of-province media of the unveiling ceremony, but promises she will leave the statue in Weyburn where it is.