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    Positive results for new traffic laws

    It's just been over a month since the new traffic safety laws have been implemented.It hasn't been a surprise that since the new laws have been put in place there has been a spike in activity.However, it is expected whenever there is something new being put into place that residents will need time to adjust.Police chief Paul Ladouceur bel...

  • Salvation Army's busiest time of year

    The Estevan Salvation Army is currently in the midst of their busiest time of the year.Lieutenant Brian Bobollo explains why this is such a busy time.{mp3}busy{/mp3}Bobollo go ...

  • Heat Wave in the Southeast

    It is starting to heat up in southeast Saskatchewan.Temperatures in the area will be consistently high starting today and going into the weekend.This includes highs of up to 3 ...

  • Summer Paving

    The summer months is the best time of the year for road crews to get paving done in and around the Energy city.One of the major projects being done at the moment is the Highwa ...

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    Estevan Motor Speedway Races

    A close race to the end.David McDoanald of Huron, South Dakota, took first place in the late model class.  David told us the race was so close he had no idea he won until he h
  • CFL Week 6 Preview

    Week 6 of the CFL season is just around the corner.It will all kick off Thursday night in Hamilton as the Tiger-Cats host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.The Bombers

  • Jays take flight against Boston

    The Toronto Blue Jays scored early and often Monday night at Fenway Park as they hammered the Red Sox 14-1 in the opener of a 3 game set.It all started in the

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Agricultural News

  • Advancement of innovation

    A federally-appointed group looking at ways to advance innovation in Canadian agriculture presented its recommendations to the country’s agriculture ministers recently.The agri-i
  • Hay update

    Rain has delayed haying operations again. Farmers had been making some good progress up until the last couple of weeks.Cropping Management Specialist Shannon Fr

  • Hail damages

    The last few weeks has seen some serious storm activity in Saskatchewan bringing heavy rain and damaging hail to many areas. Hail damage was reported in the Kel

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