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Human remains found

On July 22, the RCMP Detachment at Carnduff received a call about some possible human remains which had been unearthed at a residential construction site in Oxbow.
Library Voice's "Justify Your Lust" tour kicks off this fall

Library Voice's "Justify Your Lust" tour kicks off this fall

Pop music brings to mind a lot of different musical groups, but in the case of Library Voices, one is more inclined to think of clever lyrics about pop culture and literature than Britney Spears and boy bands.

Highway issues continue

Partially open heading south, now closed going northwest

Cool spring condition to affect insect numbers

Cool spring conditions have decreased the risk of bertha armyworms and grasshoppers in southeast Saskatchewan.

Saddle up for the Weyburn Rodeo to be held August 6- 7

Get ready to saddle up and hold on tight, it's almost time for the Weyburn Rodeo. The annual Weyburn Agricultural Society Rodeo will be held on Saturday and Sunday, August 6 and 7. The Saturday show will take place at 5 p.m.

EDITORIAL: Local region has much to offer

Don't believe it when you hear someone complain that there isn't anything to do or see in Weyburn over the summer. There is plenty to see and do, not the least of which is Weyburn's annual Wheat Festival, to be held over the Aug. 5-7 weekend.

Wheat Festival turns 15

The 15th annual Weyburn Wheat Festival will be taking place from Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 7.

Roche Percee Park team determined not to let flood kill their dream

The rushing flood waters that devastated the community of Roche Percee actually delivered some unanticipated good fortune for those dealing with the revitalization of the nearby Roche Percee Park.
EPS officers busy through first half of 2011

EPS officers busy through first half of 2011

As the City of Estevan continues to grow, so too does the workload of the Estevan Police Service. Local officers dealt with almost 300 more calls through the first six months of the year than they did during the same period in 2010.

Significant milestone for Wor-Kin Shop program

The Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop has provided a place where people with disabilities can develop for careers for the last 40 years, and will be marking its anniversary with a barbecue on Friday, Aug. 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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