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EWF dinner proceeds sent in various directions

EWF dinner proceeds sent in various directions

Their mandate is wide and varied yet they have been able to continually meet their goals thanks in large part to an understanding and generous community that supports their movement.

Cool weather slows flood down, not over

Cool weather has slowed the snow melt down, and helped keep the rise of flood waters in the Weyburn and area from overwhelming the area and causing damage, while the flood that hit Radville has mostly subsided, while leaving that community with an em
At annual meeting WIT shows a profit

At annual meeting WIT shows a profit

The Weyburn Inland Terminal has diversified its business enough that in a tough year like 2010, with significantly reduced crops in quality and quantity, the company still had a profitable year, shareholders heard at their annual meeting on Friday af

Local man charged with defrauding company of more than $75,000

After a police investigation spanning about a year, a 29-year-old Estevan man stood before Estevan provincial court on April 14 to answer to charges of fraud.

Women of the Year are recognized by Quota

Luncheon event at McKenna
Fashion show participants and guests enjoy the event

Fashion show participants and guests enjoy the event

The guests in the audience were impressed with the quality and excellent condition of the clothing that was featured during the first-ever Salvation Army fashion show that displayed the clothing fashions from their own Thrift Store.
Relay for Life campaign underway

Relay for Life campaign underway

Though no champagne bottle was broken anywhere in the Taylorton Room at the Days Inn, the Relay for Life officially launched in Estevan on April 9.
Midale farmers produce new cooking oil

Midale farmers produce new cooking oil

The daughter of one of the "Three Farmers" will be at Sisters' Bistro in Montmartre on April 16 to share what was grown on her family's farm.

Conservative candidate goes into campaign mode

Incumbent Ed Komarnicki, Conservative candidate for Souris-Moose Mountain, opened his campaign office in Weyburn last week and is now on the road campaigning.
Stoughton Library features local photographer

Stoughton Library features local photographer

John Woodward of Stoughton featured some of his photographs at the local library the evening of April 7th. The display featured a wide variety of works from scenery, landscape, andflowers, to people.
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