Monthly Archive

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 15238 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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Lois Feaver

EPS Make 2 Arrests Over The Weekend

Even though last night was a bit uneventful, the Estevan Police Service had a very busy weekend. Sunday the weather was warming up as the EPS received a complaint of a theft of fuel from a local gas ... read more..

Local News
Nick Nielsen

**UPDATED**Nursing Home Committee Still Waiting on Sask. Government

The need for a new nursing home facility in Estevan has been a battle that has not seen anything positive since the last updates the nursing home. READ MORE: Estevan Regional Nursing Home's Progress ... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Canada Infrastructure Program Investing Millions

Municipalities and other eligible groups will be able to submit potential infrastructure projects for initial consideration under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. Warren... read more..

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Lois Feaver

The ECS See Facility Upgrades

The Estevan Comprehensive School sees hundreds of students come and go through its doors every day throughout the school year. With continuous use, the school has been upgrading its facility... read more..

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Terry Frank

Protests Continue Around Carbon tax And Bill C-69

With the Yellow Vest Movement and the United We Roll Convoy weeks behind us, it can be easy to forget that people took to the streets in protest of what many consider the federal governments atte... read more..

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Terry Frank

Estevan Arts Council Wraps Up 2018-19 Concert Year

The Stars for Saskatchewan Concert series wrapped up on March 14th with their final show of the year featuring Heather Rankin. Wilma Mantei president of the Estevan Arts Council tells us a l... read more..

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Terry Frank

Dance Recital Great Way To Cap Off The Year For Estevan Recreational Dance Club

The Estevan Recreational Dance Club Held there 3rd annual Spring Dance Recital on Saturday.  Crowds of several hundred people packed both performances at the Estevan Comprehensive Schoo... read more..

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Terry Frank

The EPS Deal With Drugs and Alcohol Overnight

The EPS had another busy night last night keeping drugs and alcohol out of the hand of people who should know better. Constable Gropp with the EPS shares the incidents and how they were hand... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Top 5 Insurance Fraud Schemes

SGI has a new unit that is in charge of making sure that the insurance company along with its customers keeps our money in our pockets. Tyler McMurchy Manager of Media Relations explains, "SGI’s Spec... read more..

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Terry Frank

Sask Party And Opposition Vote To Send a Strong Message To Ottawa

Last week MLA's from across the province came together in an act of political solidarity and unanimously voted to send a strong message to Ottawa by calling on the federal government to halt and repea... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Woodlawn Regional Park Opens Weekend Camping Registration

Now that the thermometer is staying fairly consistent on the positive side of the scale, the Woodlawn Regional Park is getting ready for the summer season. Applications for weekend and casual camping ... read more..

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Terry Frank

Top Baby Names of 2018 Have Been Released

eHealth Saskatchewan released the list for the top 20 baby names of 2018, while a few names are common staples there are a few topping the list that differ from 2017. Jenifer Lindenbach with... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Saskatchewan's Highway Improvements of 2019

Investing in modern transportation infrastructure is critical to connecting communities, helping businesses move their goods to customer markets, and building a strong economy for all Canadians. Mini... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Carbon Tax Loophole For Farm Fuel

A loophole found for farmers facing the Federally imposed Carbon Tax. The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) is calling on the federal Ministers of Finance and Environment to m... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Students Share Insight At Spruce Ridge

More than just an online survey, Our School Survey is a powerful evaluation instrument that provides a complete solution to inform school improvements. Vice Principal Loni Hollingshead, "The survey i... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Estevan Police Keeping Impaired Driver's Off The Street

The Estevan Police Service have been doing check-stops and have kept some impaired drivers off our streets in the Energy City. Sgt. Tyler McMillen, "Early in the evening members were called to t... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Pat and Jay Roll Through Alberta

It's been over a month since the United We Roll Convoy made their way into Ottawa and Parliament Hill to voice the concerns of the people affected by the government's shunning of Canada's oil sector. ... read more..

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Terry Frank

Price at The Pumps Set To Jump April 1st

The Hotly contested carbon tax is right around the corner and whether we like it or not come April 1st things we use every day are about to get more expensive. One thing topping that list is fuel, wit... read more..

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Terry Frank

Pedestrians Are Not Part Of The Splash Zone

With spring well on its way to the southeast, there are many more people out and about walking the sidewalks. That's something to be aware of if you're traveling down a lane that has huge puddles... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Snow Melts and Reveals Some Neglectful Surprises

If you're on social media at all or happen to walk around town, now that the snow's melted you're probably starting to notice a few messes around the city thanks to people not picking up after their p... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Obesity Rates On The Rise In Estevan

  Obesity has been an issue in our Energy City recently, and their could be a number of reasons why.  Barb Wright with the Saskatchewan Health Authority shares, "You know the biggest read more..

Local News
Terry Frank

Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Holding a Guns For Habitat Program

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is offering a way to get rid of your unused or unwanted firearms. The Wildlife Federation is holding a Guns for Habitat Program, an initiative that provides the op... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Estevan Police Make Arrest And Pick-up Hitchhiker

The Estevan Police Service started out with some check stops throughout the night handing out tickets, to making an arrest. Sgt. Tyler McMillen, "Last night police attended a local establishment... read more..

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Lois Feaver

March Marks Nutrition Month

  Nutrition is a big part of our everyday life, it keeps us healthy and energized throughout our day. And as a way to celebrate it March is known as Nutrition Month. Barb Wright Public Health N read more..

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Lois Feaver

Record Number of Communities Log Activity

  Kim Herperger Communication Strategist, "The go out and play challenge wrapped up March 10th, and we are happy to say we had a record number of physical activity minutes logged across the prov read more..

Local News
Nick Nielsen

More on the China Richardson-Pioneer Situation

If you follow national news or agriculture news, then the political discourse between the Canadian and Chinese Government is nothing new. If you haven't been following, Canada is holding the chie... read more..

Local News
Sarah Hodgson

Spring Time Also Means Allergy Season

Allergy season is on the way with the snow melting, the dirt and mold under the snow, we're going to start seeing the grass grow and things like that as we get into spring.  "We tell people, if ... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

St. Patrick's Day Traditions

St Patrick's Day is on Sunday, and We went out and asked some local people in our community what their St Patrick's Day traditions are. "For St. Patrick's day, my family and I go hiking and stuff, li... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Hungarian Officials Visit Kipling

The community of Kipling has been recently visited by some Hungarian Officials, the Bekevar Heritage Board Members toured the group around. Karen Bernat the director of the Bekevar Heritage Foun... read more..

Local News
Nick Nielsen

Bienfait Crossing Finally Going to Be Fixed

For anyone that spends a lot of time on the highways, the railway crossing on the east side of Bienfait is known to be one of the worst spots of highway in all of southeast Saskatchewan. While no soli... read more..

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