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Pink Shirt founder shares story with Estevan students

Following Pink Shirt Day, the founder of the anti-bullying movement came to Estevan to present his message of respect and renewal.Travis Price was in Grade 12 when he and a friend of his sought to...


Mercury named best overall paper

It was a banner night for the Estevan Mercury and its staff as the...

SaskPower signs BD3 agreement with Swedish company

SaskPower may have abandoned the thought of establishing a new and firm target date for ...

Sector plan a huge step forward in K-12 education community

The provincial education sector strategic plan (ESSP) is now out there for the...

Water fluoride issue sparks strong opinions

When Estevan voters go to the polls next Wednesday, not only will they fill the vacant...

Energy needs of future require new infrastructure

The issues of power generation and greater consumption were the topics of the day at...

Warm Welcome shows appreciation of volunteers

The Warm Welcome shelter held a volunteer appreciation night last week, thanking those...

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