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City to conduct grade separation study

City to conduct grade separation study

After years of delays, the City of Estevan has finally decided to move ahead with a grade separation study. A tender to conduct a study was formally approved at Monday's regular meeting of city council.
National finalist performs at Festival

National finalist performs at Festival

Meagan Milatz performs the final piece at the Stars of the Rotary Festival of Music at the Weyburn Comp on Wednesday night.

Shelter closed due to parvo

The Weyburn Humane Society Shelter will be closed to the public for the next two weeks due to an illness.
Estevan student dreaming big

Estevan student dreaming big

Selected for best teen chef competition

Browning 4-H Beef Club Public Speaking

The Browning 4-H Beef Club held their public speaking competition judgin2011 at the Lampman Prairie Lily Club. Everyone in the club would like thank the judges -Ed Fieber, Greg Trithart, Miranda Frey & Stephanie Swynar.

Hjertaas instructing Holistic Management at University of Manitoba

Blain Hjertaas is pioneering the way for Holistic Management education in Canadian universities.

Report to the residents regarding physician services in Arcola

The construction of the Arcola Family Health Clinic was funded and is owned by the R.M. of Brock No. 64 and the Town of Arcola. The cost of the construction for this 3600 square foot building was $350,000.

Looking for Relay For Life teams

This year's Relay For Life will be held at River Park on June 10 and 11 and the committee members have already been busy organizing in hopes of making this another very successful year in the fight against cancer.

Obtaining your high school through the adult basic education program

Many in the community of Stoughton and surrounding areamay not know that completing their grade 12 after they have left school is as near as their town legion.
Former Weyburnite shares experience in Japanese earthquake

Former Weyburnite shares experience in Japanese earthquake

A former Weyburn resident is sharing her experiences in Japan during the worst earthquake and tsunami in the country's history.
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