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Local youths facing numerous charges

Local youths facing numerous charges

Two youths appeared in Estevan provincial court Thursday, facing several charges stemming from a vandalism spree in Estevan over the past number of weeks.

Traffic issues of Highways 39 and 6 studied, twinning delayed

Traffic issues on Highways 39 and 6 will continue to be under consideration by the Ministry of Highways, even though a twinning project for the highways was not released in the five-year construction plan.
Stopping to appreciate city blooms

Stopping to appreciate city blooms

Stevn Mlynarski, Kaleb Hagen, Raegan Schlosser and Morgan Wiggins take a moment to appreciate the flowers at the Weyburn Leisure Centre on Monday. July 28, the national Communities in Bloom judges will arrive in Weyburn.
Council approves pay package

Council approves pay package

Mayor Gary St. Onge will be getting a hefty pay raise after the members of Estevan city council gave final approval to the remuneration review committee report Monday night.

Pangman Days to be held August 6 - 8

Pangman (cpd) Pangman Days will be held August 6 to 8. It will start with a community supper on Friday, Aug. 6 at 6 p.m. in the Gazebo Park to welcome all new residents to the area. Burgers will be supplied, with potluck salads and desserts.

Rhyme Rustler starts today

The Souris Valley Theatre's second musical of the season opens up tonight, and cast and crew alike will be looking to carry on with the momentum the theatre has experienced so far this summer.

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.