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Petition protests speed limit changes on Fourth Street

Vote delayed to next meeting
Excitement surrounds back-to-school plans

Excitement surrounds back-to-school plans

It's back to classrooms, computers, books and bulletin boards. Students, teachers and education support staff are already busily engaged in the new academic year, or are about to be very soon.
Slow start to harvesting operations in the SE area

Slow start to harvesting operations in the SE area

The region has two per cent of the crop combined and over six per cent is swathed or ready to straight-cut, according to Saskatchewan Agricultures weekly crop report.

Developer takes option on riverfront for development

The developer of the coming Boston Pizza restaurant in Weyburn wants to see if there is interest in building a new development in the Riverfront Market area, on the land formerly occupied by the Co-op Feed Mill.

Weyburn Fire Dept. to get new trucks

City council

Shrieks and smiles from Leah and Mike, Estevan's newest millionaires

She screamed and then she laughed and he tried to calm her down and then they went and picked up a cool million dollars. That's life, so far, for Estevan's newest millionaires Leah and Mike Kraus.

Library to launch sci-fi book club

The Weyburn Public Library will launch their first meeting of a new science fiction book club tonight, Aug. 25, starting at 7 p.m.
Potential problems averted, no charges laid

Potential problems averted, no charges laid

Estevan Police Service (EPS) members received a complaint of an erratic driver in the central part of the city on the night of Aug. 23. The vehicle in question was located while parked along 12th Avenue with its occupants near by.
Substantial amount of drugs seized in Estevan

Substantial amount of drugs seized in Estevan

At 10 pm on August 23, 2010 members of the Estevan Police Service arrested a twenty one year old male who had recently moved to Estevan and a nineteen year old Estevan female.The arrest was a result of a lengthy drug investigation.

First Nations educational projects outlined for trustees

A First Nations and Metis education report was submitted to the South East Cornerstone School Division's board of trustees on August 19.