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Lake Alma area residents visit during Thanksgiving

Lake Alma (cpd) - Garnet and Elaine Roysum took in the Riders football game in Regina on Oct. 9 and then went to Wilcox where they enjoyed Thanksgiving turkey supper at Shane and Lindsay Roysum's and their family.
Report card changes to take effect in November

Report card changes to take effect in November

Since the creation of the Southeast Cornerstone School Division four years ago, the division has been looking into introducing a division-wide report card and now, the new reporting system is about to be unveiled.

No schools being subjected to closure reviews this year

Although three schools in the South East Cornerstone School Division could have been subjected to a review process this year, none will be. A review puts a school on notice that it can be subject to a motion for closure the following year.
Record setting year for UW

Record setting year for UW

The bar was set high for the 2010 edition of the United Way telethon. Their goal - $300,000 - was the highest in the organization's history. To make things a little more interesting they had one hour less than normal to reach it.

Four youths arrested following Cactus park break-in

Two of four young offenders who were charged by Estevan Police Service (EPS) personnel following a break and enter, have appeared in court to answer to the charges. The other two have a court appearance scheduled for November 25.
Estevan's newest physician welcomed by community

Estevan's newest physician welcomed by community

About a dozen people from Estevan's health care and business community gathered at Allie's Dining last Thursday afternoon to welcome Dr. Charles Omogisho and his wife Flora to the city. With a background in pediatrics, Dr.

Carlyle RCMP make drug bust

Law enforcement personnel in southeast Saskatchewan are continuing the battle against illegal drugs. The latest bust happened Friday when Carlyle RCMP discovered a large cache of drugs during a traffic stop.

Wal-Mart to now be certified by UFCW

It is official. The Weyburn Wal-Mart store will be certified for representation by the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), Local 1400, in a ruling released by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal on Thursday.
HELP Int'l founder appeals to council

HELP Int'l founder appeals to council

Rodney Sidloski, at right, founder and executive director of HELP International, shows council one of a number of research projects that are being undertaken at their location on the city farm on the west side of the Souris Valley grounds.
Gudmundson, Farstad highlight adjudicated art show

Gudmundson, Farstad highlight adjudicated art show

The works of two local artists were among the highlights of the Estevan Arts Council's annual adjudicated arts show.