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Bank, Credit Union customers warned:

Beware of Trojan horses stealing financial info

Early interest in parade for this year's Weyburn Fair

Organizing displays, activities and the midway at this years Weyburn Fair have begun, with the dates of the Fair set for July 5, 6 and 7.

Teen held until police arrived

During the June 2 and 3 overnight shift, members of the Estevan Police Service (EPS) attended to a total of four domestic disputes in attempts to diffuse the situations that were occurring.

Council votes to raise taxes

Health levy also approved

EDITORIAL

Rotary exemplifies service to all
Physician shortage at a critical level

Physician shortage at a critical level

Emergency room services could be in jeopardy
Family devastated by the killing of prized purebred calf

Family devastated by the killing of prized purebred calf

Vern and Denise Lafrentz are taking it personally and they're offering a $2,500 reward for information that leads to the capture of the person or persons responsible for the death of one of their prize purebred Simmental calves.

Macoun adds new administration offices to community inventory

It is gaining a reputation as the little village that could.
Checking over high-tech air monitoring station

Checking over high-tech air monitoring station

Keith Wallace of the Saskatchewan Research Council has a close look at the inner workings of a new air monitoring station installed just south of Weyburn recently.

Doctor shortage continues to be issue in Estevan

The lack of doctors in Estevan is continuing to be a major headache for local health officials.A press conference was held Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital to discuss the issue and the impact it could have on services at the facility.