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Northern lights dancing in the sky

Northern lights dancing in the sky

The "Living Skies" live up to their name as the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, dance in the skies in this view taken north of Weyburn and looking east the night of Mar. 6.

Sun Country conducts board meeting in Estevan

When the Sun Country Health Region's board of directors met in Estevan for their February session, the open business portion of the agenda was completed without fanfare or controversy.

Weekend murder leads to arrest, charges

A murder on the White Bear First Nation over the weekend was followed by a quick arrest. The Carlyle RCMP detachment was alerted to a homicide on March 3 at 9 a.m.

Local singer nominated for pair of awards

It has been a busy week for Radville singer-songwriter Lexie Tytlandsvik.

Investigations into two fatalities remain open

The RCMP are continuing investigations into a couple of recent events that resulted in the deaths of two people in southeast Saskatchewan. Sergeant Daryl Milo, the Estevan detachment spokesman, said an investigation into a Feb.

Remembering Estevan's first, first lady

Tribute to Ida Petterson and her legacy slated for March 30

Firms hired to check city water systems

The City of Weyburn hired the firms of ATAP Consulting and Associated Engineering to do a thorough investigation of the city's water system.

Estevan-based stolen vehicle incident ends with collision near Halbrite

Nineteen-year-old faces several charges
New police chief introduces family

New police chief introduces family

Mayor Debra Button and Weyburn's new chief of police, Marlo Pritchard, introduces his family to well-wishers and friends gathered in city council chambers for his swearing-in ceremony on Thursday evening.
Helping out in Peru's 'floating city'

Helping out in Peru's 'floating city'

This is a view of Peru's "floating city" of Belen, which is a suburb of Iquitos, where Weyburn couple Michael and Karen Shastko recently spent a five-week missions trip, helping out the local people however they could.