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Sun Country works with local physicians to address shortage

With Carlyle's physician, Dr. Cathy Meyer, in the hospital, Sun Country Health Region has been working diligently to ensure there are no disruptions in services to the area.

Council gives update on arena renovations

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on October 25; here are the major points of interest: *Councillor Bill Rudachyk presented an update on the renovations to Crescent Point Place (CPP) and the Tom Zandee Sports Arena during the mee
RCMP area update

RCMP area update

The Carlyle RCMP Detachment 62 calls from Oct. 17 to 24. Oct. 17 RCMP received a 911 call about a vehicle driving northbound on highway 9, 15 miles south of Carlyle. The vehicle was reportedly driving in an erratic manner.

Police attend motor vehicle accidents

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of October 17 to 24: *On October 24, a 19-year-old male from Stoughton was charged with driving while over .08, driving while impaired and driving while suspended.

Operation Christmas Child collection Nov. 21

Residents are being asked to fill a shoe box for a child in-need for Operation Christmas Child.

Locals graduate at fall convocation

A number of local students celebrated their graduation from the University of Regina at the institution's fall convocation, held on October 16 at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina.

Carlyle council receives update on infrastructure projects

The recent meeting of the Carlyle town council was visited by delegations from Bullee Consulting, the firm responsible for some recent infrastructure projects including the new water plant, and the Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP.

RM reeve and councillors acclaimed to another term

Four of the seven members of council for the RM of Weyburn, including Reeve Carmen Sterling, will serve another term on council following the close of nominations on Monday afternoon.

'Grandmothers-To-Grandmothers' luncheon

Inner Wheel raises $9K for foundation in Africa

Drug busts, telephone scam and accidents all part of EPS week

Two more drug busts, a couple of traffic accidents and a telephone/money scam joined the usual list of arrests of intoxicated people as part of the week's activities for the Estevan Police Service (EPS). On Oct.
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