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David Willberg

David Willberg

David Willberg is the editor of the Estevan Mercury. He has more than 20 years of experience working in the newspaper industry in southeast Saskatchewan.
David graduated from Trinity Western University in April 2000 with a bachelor of arts in communications, and moved to Estevan in September 2000 to work for Southeast Lifestyles newspaper, where he was the lone full-time reporter for most of his tenure. In 2008, he became the editor for Lifestyles.
He joined the Estevan Mercury in 2015, after the newsrooms for Lifestyles and the Mercury were merged. He served as the editor for Lifestyles and a reporter for the Mercury.
In 2017, he became the editor for the Mercury.
Along with his work at the Mercury and Lifestyles, David also wrote sports for Weyburn This Week from 2008-2010, and he is currently the editor for the Carlyle Observer.

Recent Work by David

Estevan U15 Bearcats pick up one win in league play

Estevan U15 Bearcats pick up one win in league play

The latest update on local female hockey teams.
New Estevan business offers top-notch golf and first-in-Canada baseball simulators

New Estevan business offers top-notch golf and first-in-Canada baseball simulators

Global Golf Plus, located in the Estevan Market Mall, officially opened to the public on Monday. Before that, there was a soft launch that started Friday and allowed many people from the community to try out the golf and baseball simulators, or to enjoy food and drinks in the lounge.
Estevan Kinette Club's PJ Project helps children have a Merry Christmas

Estevan Kinette Club's PJ Project helps children have a Merry Christmas

Kinettes expect they will need 400-450 pairs of pyjamas this year.
Nine games and lots of goals in the Big Six Hockey League

Nine games and lots of goals in the Big Six Hockey League

Carnduff Red Devils and Carlyle Cougars are no longer unbeaten.
Estevan U15 AA Bruins win twice at Winnipeg tournament

Estevan U15 AA Bruins win twice at Winnipeg tournament

The Estevan Meter U13 AA Bruins dropped a home game against Regina on Saturday.
ECS senior girls advance to quarter-finals at provincials

ECS senior girls advance to quarter-finals at provincials

Carnduff Education Complex Tigers were at 3A boys volleyball provincials, too.
Individuals charged in hit-and-run collision, firearms incident make court appearances in Estevan

Individuals charged in hit-and-run collision, firearms incident make court appearances in Estevan

Cases were adjourned until December.
New Carlyle Cougars' coach a familiar face to local hockey fans

New Carlyle Cougars' coach a familiar face to local hockey fans

Geiger had two stints playing for the Cougars, and has also coached in the community.
Teagan Littlechief wowed the audience with rendition of O Canada at the Grey Cup

Teagan Littlechief wowed the audience with rendition of O Canada at the Grey Cup

Littlechief sang O Canada in three different languages.
Rotary Club seeking entries for Carol Festival

Rotary Club seeking entries for Carol Festival

The Rotary Club of Estevan will host its annual Christmas Carol Festival on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Church.
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