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Big piece of Estevan clean coal project moves into place at Boundary

Big piece of Estevan clean coal project moves into place at Boundary

Some of the biggest ductworks you're ever going to see crawled across southeastern Saskatchewan side roads last week on their way to Boundary Dam Power Station.
Five accused in Estevan kidnapping matter given jail time

Five accused in Estevan kidnapping matter given jail time

Following a May 2011 incident in which three people were kidnapped and assaulted by a group of seven local men and women, five will be serving jail time of between 10 and 30 months.

Three-way merger proposal for Spectra, Affinity and Advantage Credit Unions

The merger of Spectra Credit Union with Saskatoon-based Affinity Credit Union has an added twist to it, but the premise and basis of the original proposal to amalgamate remains intact and unchanged.

Farmers look to own and build own fertilizer plant

Farmers frustrated with the high cost of fertilizer have indicated overwhelmingly an interest in building a farmer-owned fertilizer plant, with the campaign towards building one led by the organization, Farmers of North America (FNA), including many
Tasers approved for use in Saskatchewan

Tasers approved for use in Saskatchewan

Although it will be some time before they are actually in operation, police officers in the province have been given permission by the Saskatchewan Police Commission to use conducted energy weapons.

Grade 7 class at Hillcrest look at We Day challenges to make positive changes around the world.

They're pushing hard and consistently so with perseverance and maybe a little bit of luck, the Grade 7 class at Hillcrest School will find themselves in Saskatoon on Feb. 27 participating in an exciting life-changing event.

RM of Weyburn passes bylaw for planning comm.

The RM of Weyburn council passed a bylaw which authorizes the municipality to officially take part in the Weyburn District Planning Commission, at their meeting held Jan. 16 at the RM office.

Many denied entry due to border checks at North Portal international crossing

There were a number of highlighted incidents occurring at the international border port of entry at North Portal in the last month of 2012 according to information released recently by Canada Border Services Agency.

Estevan court deals with pair of assaults

A White Bear man could potentially serve two years in a federal penitentiary as an assault matter he pleaded guilty to is now in the hands of the judge.

Steak fry fundraiser to be held for Y.Grass family

Yellow Grass (cpd) - A Chapman family trust steak fry fundraiser will be held on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 6 p.m. in the Yellow Grass Communiplex. The steak supper will cost $20, and a children's hot dog supper is $5.