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A weekend of racking up arrests for EPS

It was a weekend of statistics for members of the Estevan Police Service.
ETI construction start just days away

ETI construction start just days away

If all goes as planned, construction on the Saskatchewan Energy Training Institute will begin within the next week.
Steller global performance on the bicycle

Steller global performance on the bicycle

He is from the Netherlands, but began his bicycle odyssey in Malaysia and he's been pedaling away since early this year.

Travellers can monitor border wait times on Twitter

Traffic at local crossings up by 20 per cent this summerAnother busy season has arrived for the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA).

Immediate aid rolling out for flooded producers

The hard-pressed, waterlogged Saskatchewan farmers will be receiving some financial assistance in the near future.
Relief funds for farmers

Relief funds for farmers


RCMP looking for signs

The Estevan RCMP detachment is on the hunt for some signs.On the weekend of June, four road signs were taken down and stolen in the Roche Percee area. A barricade sign, low level crossing sign, road closed sign and a curve sign were the items stolen.

The 44th Pioneer Echoes days to be held in Midale

The Souris Valley Antique Association presents their 44th annual Pioneer Echoes days. The fair will be located at the Midale fair grounds and start on Saturday, July 24 and go until Sunday, July 25.

Questions still swirling around SCHR

It appears as if questions surrounding the employment of the vice-president of finance and operations for the Sun Country Health Region aren't going away.

Weyburn Fair has over 10,000 pass through gates

This years Weyburn Fair had the second best attendance in the past 15 years with 10, 280 people attending the fair, according to Treva Tollefson of the Weyburn Ag Society.