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Hot weather has helped advance crops

Plans for 'long harvest' is focus for SE farmers
No change to residential speed limits

No change to residential speed limits

For the third time in recent memory, the members of City council have said no to lowering the speed limit in Estevan's residential areas to 40 kilometres an hour.

Hoffort appointed new executive director at St. Joe's

There will be a new executive director at St. Joseph's Hospital on Oct. 1, and the name and face will be familiar to most residents in southeast Saskatchewan. The board of St.
Weyburn police look into accidents, mischief

Weyburn police look into accidents, mischief

Summer keeps police department active

Independent Riders to hold Toy Run

The Weyburn Independent Riders will hold their annual Toy Parade on Saturday, Aug. 20.
Cooling off at the pool

Cooling off at the pool

Weyburn residents of all ages enjoy the waters of the outdoor swimming pool at the Weyburn Leisure Centre on Wednesday afternoon, as the mercury soared into the 30s.
Roping as a team

Roping as a team

Graham Stewart, left, of Regina and formerly of Weyburn, prepares to throw his rope after his team partner Robert Schmidt of Yellow Grass successfully nailed the steer's head, during the team roping event at the Weyburn Rodeo on Sunday afternoon.
Estevan teen places well at Miss Teen Canada World pageant

Estevan teen places well at Miss Teen Canada World pageant

Michala Brasseur may not be Miss Teen Canada World, but she definitely left the competition having learned something positive.

Sun Country Health Region awarded accreditation

Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) has been recognized by Accreditation Canada for its commitment to meeting national standards for safe, high quality health care. The week-long survey of programs, services and staff took place in May.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Seventy calls kept members of the Carlyle RCMP detachment busy last week. -A report was given of two youths missing from a Kenosee campground. Members had begun patrolling the area, when a second call advised the safe return of the young people.
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