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    Break and enter last night in Estevan

    There was a break and enter last night in the Energy City.A local business had a large glass door shattered and a number of items were stolen.The suspect had already fled by the time police arrived on the scene.The matter is still under investigation and if you have any tips on this crime you are asked to contact the Estevan Police or C...

  • Red Cross Flood Relief

    The Canadian Red Cross is reaching out to affected communities using Mobile Flood Recovery Units to offer assistance to people affected by flooding. While some locations have ...

  • Hwy 39 repaving

    When traveling West out of the city of Estevan on Highway 39, you may notice some new work on the roads.Joel Cherry shares the details on whats being worked on." The work it ...

  • 13th avenue railway crossing closed

    Road work continues today in Estevan.As a result 13th avenue railway crossing will be closed until further notice.This will cause some delays when making your rounds around ...

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    Jays get smoked in opener

    The Blue Jays were crushed at home 14-1 by Boston in the first game of their four-game series. David Ortiz homered twice for the Red Sox, who have won five games in a row. Ortiz'
  • Monday saskota results

    Just the one game got underway last night in the Saskota baseball league.The Wawota Pats edged the Lampman Pirates 13-10.The league continues this evening wit

  • Estevan Motor Speedway Races

    It was an action packed night down at the Estevan Motor Speedway Saturday night.  Great racing, impressive finishes and some crashes gave the crowd their m

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Agricultural News

  • Eastern Saskatchewan impacted by rain

    A large volume of this year’s crop in Eastern Saskatchewan has been impacted by heavy rains and flooding. Crop Insurance officials say almost 440 claims have been received.Agricu
  • Fibre funding

    The federal and provincial governments last week announced nearly $2 million in funding for an agricultural fibre grading program in Winnipeg.Sean Mckay, presid

  • Bumper crop

    Western Canada's bumper crop, as well as output from Ontario, have boosted grain shipments through the St. Lawrence Seaway by 50% to 2.7 million tonnes so far t

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