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New child care centre opens in Pangman

On September 23, Environment Minister Dustin Duncan on behalf of Education Minister Donna Harpauer, joined parents, dignitaries and representatives from the South East Cornerstone School Division to celebrate the opening of a 25 space licensed child
So, you want to get a tattoo?

So, you want to get a tattoo?

A new business in Arcola means art in a permanent type-of-way. Farmhand Tattoo is officially open for business and Carroll Brownridge is the owner. Brownridge, originally from Arcola, has returned home after years spent living in BC.

City happy to see truck route plans finalized

If he needed a reminder about why Estevan needs a truck route around the city, Mayor Gary St. Onge got one Monday. St. Onge was by McDonald's Monday when a semi drove by the restaurant, leaving all kinds of dirt and dust in its wake.

Water discoloured but is still safe to drink: mayor

Weyburn's drinking water supply again had discolouration for a day or two last week, but the City of Weyburn insists the water continued to be safe to drink, as tests have been continually carried out on the water.

Winter wheat emerging and 'looking good'

Straw shortage a concern for SE cattle producers
Class reunion crew dedicate memorial bench in Kinsmen Park

Class reunion crew dedicate memorial bench in Kinsmen Park

Memories of them can now live on, thanks to Estevan Comprehensive School classmates of 1988 to 1992.
SETI construction drawing to close

SETI construction drawing to close

With their deadline just around the corner, work on the Saskatchewan Energy Training Institute is gradually drawing to a close.

Theft investigations being led by EPS members

Variety was the key factor for members of the Estevan Police Service who were called upon to attend to a number of incidents during the past week. On the night of Sept.

Fundraising chairman optimistic

Now that the fundraising drive for the new regional nursing home in Estevan is well underway, the fundraising committee's chairman is pretty upbeat about their chances of coming up with $8 million as the community's share of the required financing.

Police investigate accident, drug trafficking and thefts

During the week of Sept. 19-26, the Weyburn PS dealt with a total of 113 files. A great many of these were as the result of excessive alcohol consumption. As a result of a traffic stop on Sept.
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