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Local News
Corey Atkinson

SaskPower Pleased With Performance Of CCS at Boundary Dam Power Station

SaskPower’s carbon capture and storage facility at the Boundary Dam Power Station had a great year in 2018, according to their vice president of power production, Howard Matthews. The facility captur... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Millions for Crop Research in Saskatchewan

On Wednesday, the federal Minister of Agriculture Lawrence MacAulay and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced more than $12 million in funding for forty-four crop-related research pr... read more..

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Terry Frank

Humane Society Receives Big Boost With $5000 Grant

The humane society has recently received a $5000 grant from the Western Financial western community foundation. Angela Prette with the humane society was extremely happy with the amount of the grant ... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

New Look for Canadian Dollar in 2019: Will Honour Gay Rights

Joe Wickenhauser is the Executive Director of Moose Jaw PRIDE and the Saskatchewan PRIDE Network. 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada. To co read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Bitter Winds Sticking Around

After some balmy temperatures and days to start the new year, more traditional Saskatchewan weather has moved in for the third week of January. Cold days and even colder nights with bitter winds is th... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Snowplow Safety Important For Everyone

With the lack of snowfall we've seen in the southeast corner of the province, it's easy to forget about the drivers that keep the roads clear and drivers safe. Snowplow operators are often overlo... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Accident On 13th Ave and King Street

  A two-vehicle collision took place early Wednesday morning. "At approximately 7:45 this morning, a two-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of 13th Avenue and King Street," exp read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

The Difference Between Norovirus and Influenza Explained

Norovirus has been identified as the cause of a number of cases of nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting in the province. "Norovirus is a type of virus that affects the intestinal system," explained&nb... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

City's Proposed 2019 Budget Includes No Increase In Taxes Or Utility Rates

The city is planning some ambitious ideas for the proposed 2019 budget, but they won’t be including any higher taxes or utlility increases. The proposed budget was prepared by city administration and... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Pharmacies Running Out Of Flu Vaccine

It’s been a tough flu season in Canada and now some pharmacies in the Estevan area have been running out of the flu vaccine. Jeff Hilderman at the Estevan Pharmasave has seen his pharmacy run out of ... read more..

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Rob Mahon

Propbusters and Pilots Applaud Drone Legislation

After a drone scare at London's Heathrow Airport, Transport Canada announced there were changes coming to the laws around drone use in Canada. All drones from 250 grams to 25 kilograms must now be use... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Building Permits In City Down In 2018

Building permits for 2018 were down significantly from 2017, Estevan city council learned Monday night. The monthly building permit report gave an overview of how many building permits the city issue... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Three Ballots Needed Each for Police Board, Remuneration Board

At City Council's regular meeting Monday night, two boards needed people on it from the public at large - and the results were so close there were multiple ballots needed.  It took three votes f... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Festival Of Lights Shone Bright in 2018

The Festival of lights had a great turnout in 2018. They jumped from 11 participants in 2017 to 25 participants this year in 2018 and had an abundance of positive feedback from people driving through ... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

*Update* SaskTel Experiencing Long Distance Issues

“All circuits are busy. Please hang up and try your call again later.” This is the message many across Saskatchewan are hearing this morning when trying to make a long distance phone call or a call a... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

SHA Advice for Those With Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder is commonly known as winter depression. While the winter months, in particular, can be challenging for those who are dealing with S.A.D., the disorder is not necessarily sp... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Province Seeks Public Input on Sask Libraries Engagement Report

As part of the library engagement process, the public is now invited to provide their feedback on Legislative Secretary Terry Dennis’s Report of Saskatchewan Public Libraries Engagement. Over the cou... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Empowering Women Through Envision

Abuse has been an issue in our province, Envision Counseling is seeking to help. Christa Daku with Envision Counseling, "Women's Empowerment support group coming up in Estevan and Weyburn, the one in... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Geothermal Plant Coming To Estevan

Friday's announcement of the Federal Government allotting $25 million towards a geothermal project  caught many in the southeast by surprise, but it's a project that's been well in the making for... read more..

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Lois Feaver

Kitchen A Voice For Energy Sector

2018 has been a year of promise and disappointment in our province, all while the Saskatchewan people continue to rise up for their jobs and livelihood.  Member of Parliament Dr. Robert Kitchen ... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

**BREAKING**Estevan to Get Canada's First Geothermal Power Plant

The Canadian Government Released this statement just after noon today:   The Government of Canada is taking strong steps to protect the environment and grow the economy, while creating good, mi... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Yellow Vests Protest Trudeau With Convoy Outside Town Hall In Regina

Video Courtesy of Jay Riedel While some questions were being asked inside a town hall meeting at the University of Regina about the carbon tax and other issues surrounding read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Estevan Man Asks Trudeau Question About Carbon Tax

The town hall meeting Thursday in Regina with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a strong Estevan presence. Jason LeBlanc was in the front row and able to ask a question of the Trudeau, who has been u... read more..

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Sarah Hodgson

Three Unvaccinated Children Have Died from the Flu

Health officials in Saskatchewan have released some statistics that are making some rethink their position on the flu. Six people have died from the flu this winter in Saskatchewan compared to just t... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Tax Season Just Around the Corner

As the old saying goes, there's two things in life you can guarantee: death, and taxes. With the tax season coming soon, it's important to check up on some of the major things that may have changed to... read more..

Local News
Daniel Espelien

Local Artist Featured On Provincial Compilation Album

Recently Estevan band Total Imaginary Mind Experience had an opportunity to submit a track for the compilation album, Saskatchewan Got It Covered.  Artists from across the province were asked to... read more..

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Nick Nielsen

Yellow Vests Will be Represented in Regina Tonight

With the Prime Minister coming to Saskatchewan for the first time since last summer, meeting in Regina for a town hall to discuss the state of the middle class, the economy, and the job situation acro... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Home Invasion / Homicide Case Raises Questions About How Much Force Is Too Much

The homicide and home invasion case in Weyburn recently has raised the issue of how much people can do in the case their home is invaded. Ladouceur couldn’t speak directly about the Weyburn case but ... read more..

Local News
Sarah Hodgson

*UPDATED* Accident On 13th Ave and 5th Street

At approximately 11:05 this morning there was a collision in the intersection of 13th Avenue and 5th street between a Northbound Semi and Eastbound F-150 truck. "Members attended to&nb... read more..

Local News
Sarah Hodgson

Fuel Forecast for 2019 Foresees 'Bumpy Ride'

January has shown incredibly low prices at the pumps, but according to experts, it's not going to last for long in 2019.  Dan McTeague is the Senior Petroleum Analyst with GasBuddy.com and they ... read more..

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