Thursday April 24, 2014

  • Grobler to enter surgery program

    Call it a textbook case of short-term pain for long-term gain.
    It was announced last Wednesday that physician Dr. Andre Grobler would be a taking a one-year leave from the Estevan Medical Group and St. Joseph's Hospital effective July 1.
    During his year away from Estevan, Grobler will be attending the Enhanced...

  • Election day!

    Voters will be heading to the polls today to select a new member of council and answer two important questions being posed to them by the City of Estevan.
    Five candidates are running in the byelection, which was made necessary when former Councillor Chris Istace resigned just over one year into...

  • Estevan casino proposal gets full public airing

    The odds of placing a full-service casino in the Energy City may have moved a little closer to the reality side following a public presentation by the casino's proposed developers, Little Pine First Nation.
    Little Pine chief Wayne Semaganis and the band's economic development officer Evan Schemenauer spoke to about...

  • Anderson, Nicholls shine in charity game

    They might be a few years removed from their National Hockey League careers, but Glenn Anderson and Bernie Nicholls showed they still have plenty of jump in their legs last week.
    The pair were the two highest profile members of a team comprised of former NHL players and a few others who took on the Bienfait Coalers...

  • Easterling to say hello, goodbye in Estevan

    A stalwart of country and folk songwriting in Nashville, Tennessee, Wyatt Easterling is coming to the Southern Plains Co-op After Dark series to perform and share a few lessons.
    Easterling spoke with the Mercury earlier this week from Calgary, leading up to his performance at the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum on...

Top Headlines

Knibbs wins, voters say no to casino

Voters have selected Trevor Knibbs to fill the vacant seat on Estevan city council.Knibbs earned a...

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...

Mercury named best overall paper

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

SaskPower signs BD3 agreement with Swedish company

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

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

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

Water fluoride issue sparks strong opinions

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

Wolfpack take both games from Outlaws

The Man-Sask Wolfpack cruised to victory on Sunday, winning both games of the home leg of their...

Mermaids swim to 21 medals at provincials

The Estevan Mermaids have been building up their club's membership and abilities in recent years,...

Lampman native enjoying run as SHA president

In 101 years of the organization's existence, Mary-Anne Veroba is the first female president of the ...

Local hockey players win midget Sask First crown

A number of Estevan players were on the Zone 1 team that captured the midget Sask First...

Coalers four-peat as Big Six champs

The Bienfait Coalers are on a run of dominance rarely seen before in the Big Six Hockey League.The...

TS&M Bruins drop consolation final to Saskatoon

For the Estevan TS&M Bruins, it all boiled down to one game, and it was not their night.The...

Recent News

Estevan police investigating suspicious death

The Estevan Police Service has launched an investigation into what it is describing as...

Theft, domestic disputes and alcohol-fueled incidents keep police personnel busy

One theft, a couple of domestic disputes and a number of calls regarding impaired...

Bruins spring camp begins Friday

For much of the past year the Estevan Bruins have gone to great lengths to expand and...

Gibney, Daae share Bruins' MVP award

Five days after their season came to an end, members of the Estevan Bruins gathered for ...

You know when you’re in trouble

Last week was prime for some reflection. Reflections are supposed to be quiet...

We no longer have to tolerate this

Hearing about the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association’s convention in Weyburn over...


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