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After a wet year

Farmers prepare for 2012

2011 United Way begins Friday

With an ambitious goal in place, the Estevan United Way will hold its 35th annual telethon Friday at the Royal Canadian Legion. The United Way will be seeking to raise $300,000.
Poetry and comic book art combine for EAGM event

Poetry and comic book art combine for EAGM event

It was an enjoyable project using mixed media, with no mixed messages.
Winter driving on 30 C pavement

Winter driving on 30 C pavement

If you love winter driving that much, you may want to experience those icy conditions all year, and there is one place to go in Estevan to get slippery road conditions year round: the Estevan Airport.
Flying High at the Eagle Showdown a real hit

Flying High at the Eagle Showdown a real hit

The event was a success. There was no doubt about it. People filled grandstand after grandstand. Children sat attentively with their eyes glued to the race track. Engines roared, dust flew and cameras flashed.
Arcola School raises $3,322.25 for Terry Fox Run

Arcola School raises $3,322.25 for Terry Fox Run

Arcola School raised $3,322.25 for the Terry Fox Foundation when the school participated in its annual Terry Fox Run on Sept. 28. With more money coming in daily, it is obvious that the 31st year for the event was a real success.
Locals give big to five-year-old

Locals give big to five-year-old

The world changed for one precious little girl on Sept. 14. But a community came together for her soon after. Five-year-old Gwen Kleyh was diagnosed with leukemia just days after her first day of Kindergarten.
$9,284.45 means that C.E.S. teachers have some challenges to fulfill

$9,284.45 means that C.E.S. teachers have some challenges to fulfill

Carlyle Elementary School held their annual Terry Fox Run on Sept. 28. Students, staff, and community members took to the route on a day filled with warmth and fall beauty.

Weyburn Comprehensive School news

What a week for 20 students and 10 advisors from the Weyburn Comprehensive School who attended the annual Canadian Student Leadership Conference in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.

From the Lions' Den

The Lions year runs from July 1st to June 31st but the Carlyle Club does not meet for the first two months because people are at their cottages, travelling, golfing, fishing, gardening or attending to any number of other pleasurable 'fun in the sun'
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