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Estevan teens keep busy through Detailing on Demand business

Estevan teens keep busy through Detailing on Demand business

Friends Blake Andrist and Kolten Isaacs started Detailing on Demand have been keeping up with the growing demand for their services.
Arts and crafts galore at Weyburn's Gifted summer art market

Arts and crafts galore at Weyburn's Gifted summer art market

The sidewalk loop in Weyburn's Jubilee Park will be packed with 42 stalls featuring a wide variety of art, crafts, food and activities for the Gifted summer art market.
Motorist fined $820 for speeding in southeast Sask

Motorist fined $820 for speeding in southeast Sask

A summary offence ticket to a driver travelling at 152 kilometres per hour on July 9. 
Midale student receives Conexus youth leadership award

Midale student receives Conexus youth leadership award

Reagan Martin, a graduate of Midale Central School, has received a $4,000 Youth Leadership Award from Conexus Credit Union.
Update: Heat warning comes to an end in the southeast

Update: Heat warning comes to an end in the southeast

Temperatures reaching 32 C, combined with overnight lows near 16 C, are expected for the next three to five days.
Mike Strachan joins race to be Tory candidate in Souris-Moose Mountain

Mike Strachan joins race to be Tory candidate in Souris-Moose Mountain

Mike Strachan has been Torquay's mayor since 2009.
Café at St. Joseph's Hospital named after generous couple

Café at St. Joseph's Hospital named after generous couple

Tom and Irma Trofimenkoff were saluted for the support they have shown to the St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation and numerous organizations in the Estevan area.
Weyburn Fair sees strong attendance in spite of rain

Weyburn Fair sees strong attendance in spite of rain

The 115th edition of the Weyburn Fair wrapped up its three-day run with higher attendance than last year, in spite of rain, with a grand total of 7,800 people.
Twenty years later, search for answers in Courtney Struble's disappearance continues

Twenty years later, search for answers in Courtney Struble's disappearance continues

The RCMP, who is treating her disappearance as a homicide, believes her body is located in or around Estevan.
City of Estevan says water is safe to use, consume

City of Estevan says water is safe to use, consume

The odour that is present should subside in the coming week