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Taxes will rise in 2011 for Estevan residents

Taxes will rise in 2011 for Estevan residents

Although the increase won't be as large as initially feared, property owners in Estevan will be paying higher taxes in 2011. In a year-end interview with The Mercury, Mayor Gary St. Onge predicted that an increase of .75 of a mill is likely.

Fire crews attend Christmas Day fire

Report from the Weyburn Fire Department for the period of December 21 to 27, 2010: *On December 27, fire crews attended a motor vehicle accident near Yellow Grass. *Fire crews attended a vehicle fire in the parking lot of the King George Hotel.
New business for Carlyle's Main Street

New business for Carlyle's Main Street

Carlyle will be getting a jolt on the business side when Main Street will see the opening of a new store. Wednesday, Jan. 13 has been set aside for the official grand opening of The Eight Word Café, a coffee-shop/restaurant opening on Main Street.

Session for newly separated parents

Family Justice Services is offering a program for newly separated and divorced parents.

SARCAN customers must remove bottle caps by April 1

As the holiday season is winding down, the recycling pile is probably adding up.

Saskatchewan's economy to lead nation in 2011

Eight major economic forecasters are predicting that Saskatchewan will have the fastest growing economy in Canada in 2011. Saskatchewan's economy is expected to increase by an average of 3.7 percent next year, well ahead of the 2.

Police respond to stabbing on New Year's Day; theft on Christmas

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of December 21, 2010 to January 1, 2011: *On January 1, the Weyburn Police Service and Weyburn EMS responded to a report of a male person having been stabbed.
Ontario Man still missing

Ontario Man still missing

It seems as if the missing man that was reported to have been located, is still missing. Due to miscommunication among various agencies, it was reported last week that Daniel Greenside had been located in North Dakota.
Doreen Eagles reflects on 2010 and looks forward to 2011

Doreen Eagles reflects on 2010 and looks forward to 2011

With 2010 now stored neatly into the history books and an exciting 2011 facing the province, the Sask.

Growing Town of Radville to begin projects in 2011

The Town of Radville is still growing, according to Major Shirley Cancade. There are many new faces popping up in Radville and, as such, there aren't a lot of homes waiting to be sold.
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