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Invitations going out to join giant Grey Cup parade band

Invitations going out to join giant Grey Cup parade band

It's time to dust off the saxophone, get the rust off the trumpet or find the old trombone or clarinet reeds.

Bazin believes jail best for brothers

A petty thief who regularly targeted charitable donation boxes was sentenced to a year in jail in order to give the Estevan community a break from his wrongdoing.

Desire for drugs leads to series of thefts

After a series of thefts, deceptions and break-ins, a 31-year-old Estevan man was sentenced with no jail time in his future.

SUMA, SARM leaders work to cooperate better

The leaders of the province's two municipal organizations met to talk about ways they could cooperate more around the province and work together.

Guest speaker at Midale Thanksgiving Day service

Midale (cpd) - Midale's Bethlehem Lutheran Church will be hosting a Thanksgiving Day service on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 11 a.m. The guest speaker is Eunice Erickson and she will be speaking on her life in Ethiopia, Africa.
Avid hunter finds upland game, friendship in Sask.

Avid hunter finds upland game, friendship in Sask.

For the last 52 years, Purcil Jones has traveled 2,500 miles from Morehead, North Carolina to hunt upland game in the Goodwater area.

BD3 project $115 million over budget

The SaskPower Boundary Dam carbon dioxide capture project is coming in $115 million over budget due to a variety of uncontrollable circumstances.

Murder, DUI, trafficking convictions meant no entry into Canada for one traveller

The traffic volume at the major international land border crossing from North Dakota into Saskatchewan this past month was down slightly compared with September of last year, but the number of incidents that required intervention by Canada Border Ser
Estevan child struggles to be understood

Estevan child struggles to be understood

Everybody wants to be understood, even kids who might be a little difficult to understand. Estevan's Chris Luskey and Jeanette Golder have had to learn to understand their son Gage since the day he was born.

Bumper crop reports from many farmers in southeast

The 2013 crop is in the bin and it's a big one. Now farmers are busy burning off and spraying their fields and completing other field work.