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    Monday Police Report

    It was business as usual for the Estevan Police Service Monday as they dealt with a number of calls around the city.Police are currently investigating a vehicle which went through a school zone Monday morning that almost hit some children. The school zone was located in the North West section of the city. The EPS would like to remind the ...

  • MP Shares Federal Funding for Victims Of Violence

    The Estevan Envision will be having an open house this ThursdayThe federal government is making a $100 million investment to support victims of violence. The investment focuse ...

  • Warm Welcome Shelter

    The Salvation Army's warm welcome shelter has been a huge success for not just the guests but for the individuals who have volunteered their time.There are still some shifts w ...

  • Drug Bust in Estevan

    On Sunday evening Estevan Police Service members performed a traffic stop on the west side of the city on Highway 39.  Brady Dew, a 24 year old male from Estevan, was arr ...

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Sports News

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    Laycock Moves To 3-1 At Brier

    Team Saskatchewan improved to 3-1 last night at the Tim Hortons Brier as they beat Team Canada 8-4.Laycocks Saskatoon rink set the tone early in the first end where they scored thr
  • SJHL Regular Season Concludes Tonight

    The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League will have its final games of the 2014-2015 regular season tonight, and one of them will effect the standings.The Flin Flon

  • Red Devils Tie Series At One

    The Carnduff Red Devils needed a little extra time to pick up a win last night.They beat the Wawota Flyers 4-3 in overtime.Trevor Geiger and Dan Moriarty each h

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Agricultural News

  • Ag Literacy Week

    This week has been declared Agriculture Literacy Week in Saskatchewan.Provincial Agriculture Awareness Specialist, Krystal Aulie says many students across the province are becoming
  • Canola Funding

    The provincial and federal governments have invested more than $1.2 million to help identify and address problems caused by canola diseases and pests.Federal ag

  • Mad Cow

    The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says two cows discovered to have mad cow disease in the last five years were born on the same Alberta farm.The agency says t

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