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Saturday fight night in Energy City

Saturday fight night in Energy City

One man was charged under the Alcohol Gaming Regulations Act on Dec. 3 after he attempted to purchase alcohol in a local lounge while being under the legal drinking age.

Deadline extended for the Economic Action Plan

The federal government announced an extension to their deadline for completion of the Economic Action Plan Infrastructure projects on Thursday.
Mayor Button part of mission to Ukraine

Mayor Button part of mission to Ukraine

Weyburn's Mayor Debra Button is in Ukraine as part of a mission from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) to help provide leadership and guidance to municipalities there in dealing with an economic crisis.
Lighting an Advent candle

Lighting an Advent candle

Father Gerry Bauche helps move the Advent candle into position for Grade 1 student Brooklyn Moser, as Comp student Rory Bax watches, during the Advent mass held at St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday for the students of both St.
Two new physicians begin work in Estevan

Two new physicians begin work in Estevan

The pressure on the local community of physicians eased up just a bit these past few days with the arrival of two new doctors. Drs.
Developer eyeing Estevan?

Developer eyeing Estevan?

An out of province developer is apparently hoping to succeed where one company has already failed. During an interview following Monday's regular meeting of city council, Mayor Gary St.
Weyburn Police officers get Protective Services medal

Weyburn Police officers get Protective Services medal

Two members of the Weyburn Police Service were among 33 recipients of the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal awarded by Lieutenant Governor Gordon Barnhart at Government House on Wednesday. Sgt. Trever Hughes and Const.

Christmas comes early in Montmartre: resident wins $1 million

The joy of sharing is the real prize for Elliott Prettyshield, who won $1 million on WESTERN 649. "And isn't that what it's all about - helping your family and the people you care about?" said the happy winner.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

Last Thursday, during the noon hour, the staff and students had an opportunity to play volleyball against each other and against a team made up of EMT and RCMP members. All the school's volleyball players formed mixed teams to compete.

Town of Stoughton and Moose Jaw company convicted of safety violations

The Town of Stoughton and Tip Top Roofing Ltd. of Moose Jaw have pleaded guilty to charges under Saskatchewan's Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) regulations and been fined a combined total of $8,200.
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