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Roche Percee recovery moving slowly

Roche Percee recovery moving slowly

"Slow." That was Reg Jahn's response when asked how the recovery is going in Roche Percee.

Local singer to be part of flood relief concert Friday

An up and coming singer from the Weyburn area, along with an established country star who grew up in Midale, will be part of the "Flood of Relief" benefit concert to be held in Regina on Friday, July 22.
Province to help pay for road improvements

Province to help pay for road improvements

The provincial government has agreed to help the City of Estevan pay for improvements to some of the Energy City's worst roads.
Pig scramble a favourite at Creelman Fair

Pig scramble a favourite at Creelman Fair

Four pigs escape in different directions as they are being chased by participants in the pig scramble in Creelman on Saturday.
EAGM welcomes new curator/director

EAGM welcomes new curator/director

Amber Andersen isn't about to rock boats and make radical changes at the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum (EAGM) but she does intend to make her imprint as the gallery's new curator/director.
Southeast farmers tackle unprecedented problems

Southeast farmers tackle unprecedented problems

A couple of southeast Saskatchewan producers pretty well typify the struggles that nearly all farmers and ranchers are experiencing in this part of the province heading into the shank of the summer season.
City may see another record breaking construction year

City may see another record breaking construction year

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on July 11; here are the major points of interest:*Council learned that the City of Weyburn may see another record breaking construction year, according to the monthly building department report.

2011 North Dakota State Fair cancelled

MINOT, ND - The North Dakota State Fair Board decided in an emergency meeting Saturday afternoon to cancel the 2011 North Dakota State Fair due to the continuing Mouse (Souris) River flood situation.
RCMP report

RCMP report

Local police tell us summer is now here. Their pronouncement is not based upon the weather or the season or the date, rather it comes from the sudden increase in calls they have to attend to.

Theatre camps strive for a hit

The theatre season may have been a wash, but youth musical theatre is continuing with a little razzle and a lot of dazzle.
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