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New homes keep babies/mothers together

Construction on two new homes that will help keep at-risk mothers and their newborn babies together was officially launched in Saskatoon on April 10.

Carlyle sees drop in crime

The council meeting for the town of Carlyle received welcome news from the RCMP, as well as plans for further residential expansions at the April 4 council meeting.
Van Halen in Vegas

Van Halen in Vegas

Enter to win a trip for two to Las Vegas. It includes three nights at the MGM Grand and two tickets to Van Halen at MGM Garden Arena. Visit the link below and answer the daily trivia question to be entered into the draw. http://www.estevanmercury.
Arcola School turns pink for a day

Arcola School turns pink for a day

Bullying in school is an issue that has, over the past decade, been thrust into the spotlight.

Wheatland Senior Centre news

The results of the Wheatland Senior Centre's activities from April 1 to April 7: Bridge: (Monday) 1st Lucie Nickel, 2nd Marion Brown, 3rd Erskine Sandiford. Bridge: (Friday) 1st George Gillies, 2nd Erskine Sandiford, 3rd Mildred Sandiford.

WCS students of the month

Note: in the Weyburn Comprehensive school news published on March 30, the students of the month listed were for the month of February, not for March as it was printed.
SSEER will begin winding down April 17

SSEER will begin winding down April 17

With their funding source cut off on March 31, the process of winding down the business of the Saskatchewan Southeast Enterprise Region (SSEER) will begin on the evening of April 17 with a membership meeting in the Stoughton Legion Hall.

Lockdown of school was for safety

The administration of Souris School were following the protocol set by the Southeast Cornerstone School Division for the safety of the students, when it locked the school down for part of the day on April 3, said education director Marc Casavant.
Fighting bullies with a pink march

Fighting bullies with a pink march

It was a sea of pink that took to Estevan's downtown, marching in waves against bullies in all areas of our lives.

Mini-relay planned for Westview School

Plans are already well underway for a mini Relay for Life event at Westview School in Estevan thanks to a few ambitious ECS students and a willing elementary school partner.