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2010 News Year in Review

2010 News Year in Review

A look back at the stories that made news in Estevan and area throughout 2010. January The first baby of the new year was born to Lisa and Steve Anderson of Big Beaver, Sask. Ellie Rose Anderson was born at 6:26 a.m. Jan. 3 and weighed in at 9 lb.

Christmas message from Dwain Lingenfelter

Hello, I'm Dwain Lingenfelter, Leader of Saskatchewan's Official Opposition. During this special season of the year, we gather with friends and family, taking time to create the memories we will treasure for years to come.
Tarr sisters preparing to "Conquer the Volcano"

Tarr sisters preparing to "Conquer the Volcano"

Finding a way to help conquer diabetes is an important feat for Kenosee Lake resident Danya Tarr.
Hamm honoured with new national award

Hamm honoured with new national award

Forget resident and musician Ken Hamm was recognized nationally thanks to an award from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation recently.

Humane Society announces winner; year-end numbers

The Weyburn Humane Society drew a winner for their 50/50 raffle at their annual general meeting on December 15, giving one lucky resident some additional Christmas spending money. Minnie Borshowa of Weyburn won $2,715 from the raffle.

School board discusses important issues with MLAs; Minister

South East Cornerstone School Division (SECSD) board trustees recently met with local MLAs, including the Minister of Education, to discuss a variety of issues important to both the school division and education in general.

Weekly RCMP report

Due to the holidays, the week's report is abbreviated to the days of Dec. 17 - 20. Reports for the weeks of Dec. 21 - 23, and Dec. 24 - 30 will be included in the Jan. 7 issue of 2011.
Maryfield celebrates 15 years of charity

Maryfield celebrates 15 years of charity

The village of Maryfield has been the site of a wonderful Christmas concert for many years. The brainchild of Maryfield resident John Van Eaton, the concert celebrated its 15th anniversary with the performance on Sunday, Dec. 19.
Manor holds first annual Christmas concert

Manor holds first annual Christmas concert

The community of Manor held a Christmas concert at the United Church on Sunday, Dec. 19th. Many people young and old came out to enjoy the entertainment provided by members of the community. Albert Dunn was the emcee for the afternoon.

A Year in Review by Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki

The economy was uppermost in everyone's mind in 2010. We have done relatively well against other world economies, but it does remain fragile and so our government needs to continue to focus on creating jobs as the number one priority.