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    Update on Struble case

    The Courtney Struble case is still under investigation at this time.Last week the search included a search of the Souris river by canoe for 45km.Corpral Larry Kurtenbach talks about how residents can help out in the case.{mp3}struble{/mp3}He goes on to say the search goes where the evidence takes them and that they are looking at somethin...

  • Estevan Chamber loses Executive Director

    The Estevan Chamber of Commerce is losing one of their key members.Today is Executive Director Michel Cyrenne's final day on the job.Cyrenne talked about all they have accompl ...

  • 13th avenue railway crossing re-opened

    Motorists in the energy city will no longer have to worry about driving all the way around the city to get to their destination.13th avenue railway crossing was re-opened this ...

  • Flooding relief efforts

    Over the last two days we have been looking at communities in southeast Saskatchewan who were affected by the flooding a month ago.However, the Saskatchewan government and age ...

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    Injured Riders look to return in Ottawa

    The Saskatchewan Roughriders could have some bodies back in the lineup tomorrow night in the nation's capital.Chris Getzlaf has been practicing all this week and it looks like he i
  • Bombers stun Ti-Cats

    Drew Willy pulled another rabbit out of his hat last night as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers continued on their winning ways with a 27-26 victory.The Bombers had com

  • Jays take opener in Houston

    The Blue Jays didn't make any trades at the deadline but Nolan Reimold may be proof they didn't need to.  Reimold hit two home runs including a tie breakin

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  • Crop Tour

    The spring wheat market is paying attention to what analysts are finding in the fields.A crop tour organized by the CWB market research is currently underway in western Canada.Last
  • 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

  • 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

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