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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.

Souris Watershed plan unveiled

Over two years after they started, the Upper Souris Watershed Authority has unveiled its much anticipated protection plan. The plan was unveiled during a ceremony Monday afternoon at City Hall.

Five ECS grads earn provincial award

Five of last year's Estevan Comprehensive School graduates have earned Saskatchewan General Proficiency Awards. Each of the students named for the award received $400 and a certificate of achievement.

Post-secondary education information day

The Estevan Comprehensive School is playing host to a post-secondary education day today (Wednesday).

Cornerstone board: Lyndale pleads for minimum staffing

The Lyndale School Community Council made a plea to the Southeast Cornerstone School Division not to reduce staffing levels any lower than two at their school, and asked for this assurance to be made in writing.

Lyndale delegation seeking assurances of stability

School of necessity struggling with lower enrollment situation

Completion of harvest in SE, fieldwork is underway

With the exception of chickpeas, all crops in the southeast area are reported to be at 96 per cent harvested, with another three per cent swathed or ready to straight-combine.
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