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Provide input on the beef cattle Code of Practice through survey

Beef cattle owners and others with an interest in animal care and welfare have an opportunity to provide their input into the redevelopment of Canada's beef cattle Code of Practice through an online survey.
Fiddlers bring down the roof

Fiddlers bring down the roof

After sweeping the awards home at the Redvers Music Festival Sunday afternoon, Michele Amy's fiddle students put on a lovely evening concert.

SaskPower offers consumer incentive to make the switch to energy efficient bulbs

SaskPower is partnering with retailers again this spring to offer customers a rebate on energy efficient light bulbs in exchange for each incandescent bulb returned.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

The Senior Badminton team had a great season with one team making it past sub-districts in Stoughton, to districts in Oxbow. This was the Girls' Doubles Team consisting of Vanessa Bendtsen and Renae Fafard.

New culvert to create more recreation opportunities at Kenosee Lake

Increased water levels will allow for better recreation opportunities at Kenosee Lake in Moose Mountain Provincial Park.

Surgical care to improve in Sun Country Health Region

Sun Country Health Region is receiving an additional $287,300 during the 2012-13 fiscal year from the Saskatchewan government to improve patient access to surgical care.

Local trade show for a cause

Trade shows are what keep a large number of independent companies in business, and aid to broaden brand awareness.
Woodlawn Regional Park, one year later

Woodlawn Regional Park, one year later

It will take years of restorative work to bring Woodlawn Regional Park back to a semblance of a pastoral getaway spot, but there is some major resurrection work underway.

Flood, economy challenges work of SE Cancer Society

One of the challenges faced by the Southeast Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society during 2010 was flood damage to their unit office. "Everyone was affected in some way by the flood," said John Lawrence, in his last president's report.

Accused sexual offender to remain in custody

Brian Dodd was ordered to remain in custody following a show-cause hearing April 26. Dodd was back in Estevan provincial court after breaching conditions of a previous release.