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New owner/operator at tax preparer

New owner/operator at tax preparer

After 20 years of preparing tax returns, Sheila Colpitts has retired from tax preparation, and has sold her tax business to a new concern.
Estevan Fire Rescue service takes positive step forward

Estevan Fire Rescue service takes positive step forward

Estevan's health, safety and rescue capabilities took a positive step forward last Thursday when Estevan Fire Rescue Chief Rick Tocker and deputy Chief Dale Feser accepted a cheque from Enbridge Pipelines (Sask.) Inc.
A busy night for police

A busy night for police

The night of Jan. 8 proved to be a rather busy one for members of the Estevan Police Service (EPS) beginning with a response to a report of a suspicious person being spotted around a residence in the northwest part of the city.

Fundraiser set for toddler with autism

A fundraising social is being held in Radville on Saturday, Jan. 15, for a local two-year-old boy who was recently diagnosed with severe autism.
Estevan's Population Booming

Estevan's Population Booming

Estevan's population is continuing its upward trend. According to the 2010 covered population statistics, which were released in December by the provincial Ministry of Health, the Energy City has 12,876 residents, up from 11,304 in 2009.

Rotary Club looking for applicants for exchange

The Rotary Club of Weyburn is searching for applicants to travel to England in the fall of 2011 for four weeks. The exchange is open to those who are non-Rotarians between the ages of 25 to 40. Selected candidates will travel from Oct. 1 to Oct.
City denies Co-op's request for bus terminal

City denies Co-op's request for bus terminal

City council unanimously rejected an application by the Weyburn Co-op to relocate the STC bus terminal to the Co-op's Food Store location, as council sided with a large group of area residents expressing their concerns for the proposal.
Weyburn police busy with mischief, vehicle accidents

Weyburn police busy with mischief, vehicle accidents

During the week of Jan. 2-9, Police Service members answered 87 calls for service. Many of them were alcohol related. On Jan. 2, police were called to a local apartment building to investigate possible narcotics usage.
Mainil family donates portfolio to Hospital Foundation

Mainil family donates portfolio to Hospital Foundation

Members of the Mainil family gather with Kim Thorson, chair of the Weyburn and District Hospital Foundation, as the family donated an investment portfolio to the foundation worth in excess of $800,000.
New refuse bins ready to roll out

New refuse bins ready to roll out

Jesse Watamanuk, engineering assistant for the City of Weyburn, inspects the stacks of new refuse bins that are ready to be rolled out to every residence in Weyburn, starting on Monday, Jan.