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Three charged in sexual assault incident

Three individuals were in police custody last Thursday following an incident from the weekend before.
An 'Oklahoma' love story

An 'Oklahoma' love story

Curly (played by Brandon Kennedy) listens as Laurey (April Hoffman) sings to him about their relationship in a scene from the Comp musical, "Oklahoma!", during a rehearsal on Apr. 10 at the Comp Cafetorium.

Weyburn Builds helping to improve older parts of city

The team behind the Weyburn Builds program are hoping to see a big increase in applications this year. Amanda Kaufmann, the City's residential building officer, believes the program "will see a huge increase by the end of 2012.
Grass fires a growing issue for EFRS

Grass fires a growing issue for EFRS

While the residents of Estevan and area have enjoyed the incredible weather this spring has brought, the same cannot necessarily be said for the city's firefighters.
Time to Twin group supports argument with statistics

Time to Twin group supports argument with statistics

The statistical evidence that supports the need to twin Highway 39 and Highway 6 south between North Portal and Regina keeps building according to local members of the Time to Twin committee.
The upside to early intervention is becoming obvious

The upside to early intervention is becoming obvious

In educational circles, it's a trailblazing adventure in identifying need and then delivering the product to accommodate that need.
Moose Mountain Wildlife holds 10th annual dinner and auction

Moose Mountain Wildlife holds 10th annual dinner and auction

The Moose Mountain Wildlife Federation (MMWF) held its 10th annual dinner and auction on Saturday, April 7. Prairie Place Complex in Arcola was packed with nearly 300 people as the evening kicked off at 6 p.m.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

The Term 3 Report Cards will be going out on Friday, April 20. Student Led 3-Way Conferences will be from 5-8 pm on April 25 and 26. There will be no school on April 27. The Student Council did a great job all week with their Egg Events.

April land sale brings in $16.4 million in revenue

The April sale of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights has generated $16.4 million in revenue for the province. The sale, the second for 2012, brings year-to-date revenue from land sales to just over $45 million.
Celebrating local women of outstanding calibre

Celebrating local women of outstanding calibre

Four exceptional local women were honoured on April 5 at the 2012 Women of the Year Awards.