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Pedestrian Hit and Run

Carlyle RCMP detachment are investigating a hit and run with a pedestrian that occurred at approximately 10:00 pm on Sunday, July 18, 2010 on the Main Grid on the Whitebear First Nation reserve, located north of Carlyle, SK.
World premiere of play based on 1960's Weyburn

World premiere of play based on 1960's Weyburn

"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" meets "Who Has Seen the Wind?" is how John Nolan, cultural director for the Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre, described the world premiere play "The Crazy Man" being presented at the centre from August 5 to 8.

Waste Survey results "disappointing"

The City of Weyburn has released the results of their 2010 Waste Reduction Survey.

"Souper" fundraiser at The Family Place

The Family Place is holding one of their "souper" fundraisers once again. They are selling homemade soup for $7 a litre. Flavours include taco, Ukrainian borscht, cream of mushroom, corn chowder, cabbage roll, chilli noodle and chilli pasta.

Identity of deceased woman revealed by police

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of July 5 to July 12: *Police have revealed the identity of the 42-year-old woman found deceased in her South Hill apartment on July 7.

Help for farmers with flooded and unseeded crops

Help is on the way for prairie farmers dealing with excess moisture and flooding through the largest and fastest AgriRecovery relief package to date.

Arcola Health Centre re-opens

Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) has announced the re-opening of in-patient services and the Emergency Department at the Arcola Health Centre.
Estevan art gallery educates residents through exquisite art exhibits

Estevan art gallery educates residents through exquisite art exhibits

Estevan's Art Gallery and Museum offers residents a creative outlet; somewhere for one to escape amongst the world of self-interpretation.

Halbrite man sentenced for causing death

A 23-year-old Halbrite-area man has been sentenced for an incident that caused another man's death in January.
Trap shooting champion says he is challenged by the sport

Trap shooting champion says he is challenged by the sport

Gerald Smith moved to Estevan from Porcupine Plain, Saskatchewan 20 years ago to work in the oil field, and about two and a half years ago he decided to engage in the sport of trap shooting.