Friday November 28, 2014


Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.

  • Hub program makes a big difference

    It's been a little more than a year since the South East Regional Community Mobilization Hub Program was launched in Estevan and Weyburn, but it has made a big difference on the lives of people in both communities.

  • Speed limits won't be changing

    Estevan City Council has decided that speed limits should remain at 50 kilometres per hour throughout the community, even though a slim majority of Estevan residents who participated in a non-binding plebiscite in 2012 indicated that they wanted limits reduced to 40 on non-arterial roads.

  • Deep Earth moves closer to objectives

    The DEEP Earth Energy Corp. continues to make strides in its endeavour to build Canada's first thermal energy power plant in the Estevan area.

  • New event chair for Estevan's relay

    The Estevan Relay for Life committee has found its event chair for the 2015 edition of the fundraiser.

Local News

Donations now accepted for Christmas store

Hillcrest School's Christmas store initiative is returning this year, and the school is now...

Challenge Day will return in December

Grade 9 students at the Estevan Comprehensive School (ECS) will have the opportunity to experience...

Board receives HR and transportation reports

The South East Cornerstone Public School Board received reports from their human resource (HR)...

Vigil will happen in Estevan

The Envision Counselling and Support Centre will host a vigil in Estevan on Friday, December 5, in...

Local Sports

Elecs hand out awards

Mitchell Clark and Austin Haukeness took home marquee awards during the Estevan Comprehensive...

Bruins edge Stars, lose to Hounds

The Estevan Bruins defeated the Battlefords North Stars 5-4 in overtime on November 21 to win back-...

Speedway hosts its AGM

The Estevan Motor Speedway had a lot to discuss during its annual general meeting on November 24 at ...

Mermaids compete in North Battleford

The Estevan Mermaids synchronized swimming club travelled to North Battleford on November 22 and 23 ...


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