5 hrs ago
Final land sale nearly hits $14 million
The December sale of petroleum and natural gas rights brought in $13.9 million in revenue, with the average price paid being $656/hectare.
16 hrs ago
Justin Trudeau calls for more...
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says Canada needs to do better when it comes to helping returning soldiers who may have post-traumatic stress.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Holiday Train rolls into Minnedosa on mission
There are actually a pair of trains that make the journey every year, one in Canada and one in the United States, raising money and collecting food for local food banks.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Today on the Hill: Language commish to talk about immersion programs
And former senator Pierre De Bane appears at the Senate's official languages committee to discuss the CBC/Radio-Canada's obligations under the Official Languages Act.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Grand opening for Estevan's new water reservoir
Estevan's new water reservoir is operational, and a grand opening ceremony happened on Friday at the reservoir's building at the intersection of Wellock Road and Sister Roddy Road.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Eddies will host Philippines fundraisers
Eddies Neighbourhood Bar and Grill in Estevan is hosting a pair of upcoming fundraisers to assist the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Long-time hospital boss returns for 75th bash
Sister Therese Roddy knew that she couldn't miss out on the 75th anniversary celebrations for St. Joseph's Hospital in Estevan.
The Games will not fail
Brian Senchuk and Brian Smith the "Two Brians" who fronted Estevan's bid committee for the 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games have had a simple mantra that they have carried through the last few months: Estevan would not fail.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Weyburn This Week
First Regional Hub program brings together Weyburn and Estevan
The South East Regional Community Mobilization Hub program was officially launched on November 22. Weyburn Police Chief Marlo Prichard explains the purpose of the hub at the Weyburn Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
John Baird defends Canadian f...
The Tories came under fire in question period Wednesday over a new "economic diplomacy" strategy for Canada's foreign service.
School board reviews many issues
The Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School District held their most recent monthly meeting on Nov. 20 and invited Father Brian Meredith from St. John the Baptist Parish in Estevan to join them as they discussed many topics, including a new approach to preventing and stopping bullying in their school.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Games are coming to Estevan
Representatives from the Saskatchewan Games Council, the Saskatchewan Summer Games site selection committee and the Estevan bid committee spoke at the press conference.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Estevan officers involved in arrests
Estevan law enforcement officials were involved in an investigation that led to two females being arrested for possession for the purpose of trafficking cocaine in the evening of November 21 at the Saskatoon Airport.
Hedley and Bryan Adams coming to the province
Hedley fresh off a huge Grey Cup half time performance, complete with snowmobile stunts, will be heading to Estevan on February 23rd at Affinity Place.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Police make large cocaine bust at Saskatoon airport
Estevan police along with Saskatchewan's Federal Integrated Organized Crime Units caught the women as they were entering the terminal Thursday at about 8 p.m. CST.
Budget meeting set for December 4
Council traditionally analyses the budget over the course of three evening meetings in November and December.
Choruses are preparing for concerts
Members of the Southeast Chorus, which is based in Estevan, and the Northwest Chorus, which is based in Crosby, N.D., have been rehearsing every Tuesday night for more than two months for their upcoming celebration of Christmas music.
Many reasons to be proud of hospital
Seventy-five years ago, a four-storey building opened on First Street in Estevan.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Former Estevan residents fundraising for the Philippines
Several former Estevan residents, who now reside in the Philippines, have been fundraising to help people who have been affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Estevan's Filipinos impacted by Typhoon Haiyan
The lengthy recovery process is underway in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan the most powerful storm to ever make a recorded landfall struck parts of the country earlier this month.