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Cheers&Jeers Cheer I want to give a big cheer to the Canadian Red Cross Volunteers. They are doing an amazing job for the flood victims.

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Jeer Jeer to those who have been threatening to loot the Willow Park Greens trailer park. Like those people don’t have enough to worry about right now.

Cheer I would like to send out a big cheer out to all the ministry of highways workers who are working around the clock trying to keep roads safe for the public.

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Cheer Cheer to the Estevan Idol producer and to all who have performed for putting on great shows.

Gustafson places third in hairstyling at Skills Canada nationals Becca Gustafson recently made her third appearance at the Skills Canada national competition for hairstyling, this

Kittens, kittens, kittens, yes once again we have the cutest kittens in town. This little girl came to us from 1700 Block First Ave., she was only 3-4 days old. We are lucky to Ànd a foster mom for her, isn’t she gorgeous? This little girl was under someone’s truck behind the wheel. She is fortunate that the lady heard something and checked before driving away. She is such a cutie.

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time competing in the postsecondary category and winning a bronze medal. The competition was held in Quebec City June 1 to 4. Gustafson competed in the high school division in both Grade 10 and Grade 12, winning second place in her senior year. “It was a really great experience,” she said. “Even having competed at that level before, it was still exciting.” Gustafson, who works at Chez Perih hair salon in Estevan, attended Richards Beauty College and Esthetics this year, and was the sole hairstyling of the college at competition. Laura Knoblauch of Weyburn also attended, representing the aesthetics aspect of the college. The competition for Gustafson began with opening ceremonies on Wednesday, June 1. Thursday brought two different tests: first was progressive men’s avant garde, which Gustafson described as “really out there, high fashion style.” The competition lasted three-anda-half hours, and was a test of competitors creativity through cut, colour, style and beard design. Thursday’s second test was men’s classical

Becca Gustafson bombage, which involved classical cut and style with beard design and lasted twoand-a-half hours. The second day of competition began with ladies’ competition creative style with colour enhancement, which lasted four hours. Gustafson’s final test was ladies’ competition hair by night with hair pieces and ornamentation. This test required the use of a specified number and length of hair extensions. Closing ceremonies took place Saturday, June 4. “It was really great to be able to see the different skill levels of other competitors,” said Gustafson. “It was a really rewarding experience for me.”

It was also Gustafson’s first time visiting Quebec City, and she enjoyed the city and the language. Also while attending the competition, Gustafson met up with some teachers and students from the Estevan Comprehensive School. “ M r s . M a c k , M r. Wright and Ms. Johns were there too, and it was nice to see them and to have their support,” said Gustafson. Before attending the Skills competition, Gustafson and Knoblauch held several fundraisers in an effort to help alleviate some of the financial cost of the trip. Gustafson said that she and Knoblauch would both like to thank everyone who attended the fundraisers.

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One-on-one with Jordan Baker Michel Cyrenne is the executive director for the Estevan and District Board of Tourism Trade and Commerce. He has been with the Estevan TTC for more than three years. What is your professional background? I was working in economic development prior to moving here, regional economic development in the Cypress Hills area. I was involved more on a volunteer basis with the Chamber of Commerce, as well as a couple of tourism development agencies, so this position is a lot of what I was doing previously. This being a Chamber of Commerce, it’s contracted to do economic development in terms of development. It kind of touched on many of things I had been doing. Do you feel you have some responsibility to ensure prosperity in the businesses here? Oh yeah. Our vision statement states we’re here to foster leadership and health in the community, the business community. We do take it upon ourselves to act as a leader in the community, as it pertains to attracting development and business in the city and ensuring that the existing business community not only remains in Estevan but prospers in Estevan. As a leader, does that mean providing direction for business here? In some cases, depending on what exactly we’re looking at, at the moment. We promote the community to outside businesses and outside travellers, encouraging them to come to Estevan, visit Estevan or move to Estevan to work or come here to do business. Also, if any business is looking to do any expansions or looking to do business in Estevan, we have a variety of information to help them come to their decision.

The EBEX Awards were on Saturday after more than a decade hiatus. Why start those again? Things like the Business Excellence Awards dinner (are) where we recognize the value of our business community and we celebrate the commitments they have made and what they’ve contributed to our local economy. That’s exactly why we put on that event, because we know what Estevan has. It’s definitely one of our province’s and one of our country’s strongest economies. We feel that the business community deserves to be applauded and respected for what they’ve done in our community. Bringing the EBEX Awards back now, was that just a matter of timing or more of a matter of getting it organized? Well, in the time that I’ve been here, it’s definitely been something that I’ve recognized as something significant missing from our Chamber of Commerce, especially because we do have as strong of business community as we have, it’s a segment of our economy that needs to be recognized. You get the workforce that they provide, the employee opportunities they provide, or be it the financial support of the community that they provide for things like the new arena. I’m sure, as we’ll see in the coming months, in terms of flood relief, we know we have a business community that steps up to that sort of thing. We just really felt that we need to step up and recognize them for what they provide for everybody else in the community. Do you see the EBEX Awards becoming an annual event? At the very least every other year. The Weyburn Chamber of Commerce does theirs every other year, on the even-numbered years. Initially our thought was to do it on opposite years as Weyburn. That way we will nominate our award winners to the provincial ABEX Awards, and if we’re doing it opposite years as Weyburn, that will ensure that every year southeast Saskatchewan is represented at the provincial award show. We did get quite a good response to the first show, and we’ve had some comments that

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people would like to see it every year. We will be sending a survey out to all the attendees at the event so we can get a feel for where they thought we can improve, and get their thoughts on it. Whether we should do it every year or continue with the original thought of doing it every other year. I guess if the people here want to do it every year; then that’s something the TTC is agreeable to? Well, we do have a business community here for it. We have well in excess of 700 businesses in town. We’ve got a number of prominent individuals who should be inducted into the hall of fame. We were able to induct three over the past weekend, and without a doubt there are individuals in this community who on their own have had a tremendous impact. What was the response from people at the Saturday night award show? For the most part very good. I think people were surprised at the calibre of show we were able to put on. We did have a lot of help from—not only our staff and our staff did a great job in terms of preparing the event and making (Spectra Place) look like it did—the City staff, who did a great job as far as preparing the meal and everything. But we also had a lot of help from other chamber managers from around the province that I consulted with, as far as getting their opinions on how they’ve done things. The response we’ve had has been phenomenal. People are very happy with the event. A lot of people told me things along the line as, ‘It’s about time it comes back,’ and ‘It’s important to recognize the business community.’ We’ve had nothing but great comments. Had people

come to you before, saying they’d like to see the EBEX start up again? We’d had a little bit. I think more, once we announced that we were bringing it back, people started coming and saying, ‘I’ve been thinking that we should be doing this. I’ve thought for a lot of years that we should.’ But prior to (the announcement) I did have it brought up to me a few times, as people know that it happens in other communities in the province. We definitely have a lot of support from the community for bringing it back. Do the businesses themselves have much responsibility in making EBEX happen? They definitely have a role to play as well, in term of nominating businesses. be it self-nomination. A lot of businesses nominate themselves for awards. A lot of employees nominate their businesses, so we do depend on the business community to submit the nomination forms. And of course, financially, to put on the event we had a number of tremendous sponsors that made the whole event possible because it’s quite costly to put on something of the calibre that we did put on, and it’s entirely due to the sponsorship.

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Father’s Day without a father is a bit of a drag. tinely shoots scores I haven’t seen on my best day, I got My father is alive and well, but this past Sunday a little boost watching the U.S. Open and seeing 22-yearwas one of the few annual days devoted to dad that old Rory McIlroy complete a wall-to-wall victory at the Thoughts From major championship. At least somebody can beat their I haven’t spent with my old man. This past Father’s Day mostly revolved around communication via text, the course. My Fingers dad on and thankfully I’ve begun to see how texting can be I’m actually happy for my old man. He should be able a relatively personal experience. It still doesn’t beat a to enjoy whatever sport he wants, and it seems as though real conversation though. he does. Your father is supposed to be Superman anyway. Father’s Day at the Baker household would usually involve a round of It can be a crushing moment when you realize there is something you golf in the morning. I was happy to learn that my absence didn’t prevent my can do better than the man who raised you. I don’t know if he sees that dad from enjoying 18 holes on a quiet course. I was a little more unhappy moment as confirmation that he did a good job, but from the eyes of a to learn that the 52-year-old posted a 74. son, it can be the first moment when you realize your dad isn’t infallible. In all the years I’ve spent golfing with him, I don’t think I’ve ever Now I’m not a child, and I already know my dad isn’t the epitome received victory spoils after 18 holes. I’ve maybe held bragging rights of human perfection. I do take a little pleasure in texting him back, when through nine from time to time, but it doesn’t seem like he’s slowing I know he’s feeling good about that 74, and reminding him my best 18 down yet. That is something I’ve been hoping for because I’m winless in ever is an embarrassing 78. hundreds of rounds that we’ve played and I just can’t wait until he has to That’s probably enough of a Father’s Day gift right there. My dad start buying drinks on the 19th. knows he can still mop the greens with me, and I hope that put a smile So after a little bit of Father’s Day depression, knowing he still rou- on his face.

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from the United States Department of Agriculture. All Lacombes that entered the herd after 1954 were backcrossed with purebred Berkshires and those that produced any pigs with black hair were discarded to ensure a pure white breed. From 1954-57, Lacombes were evaluated in 60 commercial Yorkshire herds in Alberta and proved to have the performance, capabilities and meat qualities that were sought. When you consider the significance of a decade-and-a-half of work Growing up on a farm where we raised Lacombe and Berkshire hogs, to create a breed unique to Canada, to lose them now would be sad, yet I suppose an interest in rare breeds of livestock was almost a given. Berkshires, a breed going back literally centuries with legend sug- a significant number of swine breeds that played a role in agriculture in gesting Oliver Cromwell was the discoverer, has had declining numbers this country during its early history, Berkshire, Tamworth, English Large Black among them, are now relegated to rare status. through the years. The same rare status exists for the Canadienne breed of cattle. I Lacombes, so named after the research facility where the work have worked around agriculture all my life and it was just this past was done, are the only purebred swine breed developed in Canada. weekend I saw my first live Canadienne cow as I visited Deja-Vu Today the breed has all but disappeared. Century Farm north of Orcadia. So when I hear about efforts to preserve rare breeds, I am Like the Lacombe, the Canadienne is the only cattle breed always interested. developed in Canada. The breed was developed in Canada primarSome may not understand the importance of rare breeds, but ily from animals imported from Normandy and Brittany during they are essentially living pieces of a country’s agrarian heritage. the 16th and 17th century. The first regular importations of cattle The Lacombe is a perfect example of that heritage. into Canada were in 1608-1610 from Normandy in France. Later Let’s turn back the clock to the 1940s in Canada when agriBy CALVIN DANIELS importations came from Brittany and Gascony. culture looked considerably different from today. Trader Agriculture These cattle were blended over the years to create Canadienne. Farms were small, mixed operations, with almost everyone Columnist Few things exist from the earliest days of Canada, but these having a few pigs. At the time, the federal Department of Agriculture determined it important to create a new breed of swine for the cattle can trace their roots back to those early days. I tip my had to people such as Chris Lange at Deja-Vu Century Farm post-war meat market. So the breeding program that founded the breed was started at the for trying to keep such breeds as Canadienne cattle, Chantecler chickens, Canadian Department of Agriculture Research Station at Lacombe, Alberta, also developed in Canada, Large English Black hogs, and others alive. The animals are important, both as a living museum of farm history, and was under the direction of Dr. J. G. Stothart and Dr. H. T. Fredeen. Starting in 1947, 12 years of selective breeding and testing were undertaken. and as storehouses of genetics that might well prove important in the fuThe program used foundation stock including Berkshire sows obtained in ture. To lose a breed would be a great tragedy, and hopefully thoughtful Canada that were mated to Landrace-Chester White crossbred boars secured breeders will manage to keep our farm heritage alive.

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Stupid is loosely defined To those who say that technology has ruined the spelling and grammar skills of my generation: I find myself wondering what you base this on? Studies? Test scores? Interviews? Regardless of what method by which you obtained these findings, I’m here two tell you it’s all false. Students these days are just as eloquent as students of decades past. If anything, I’d say our long days staring at computer or cell phone screens have made us more better able to express ourselves great in a good way. Our math scores may seem low to you, but consider how many of us have grown up with calculators to use to solve each and every problem. Mental math is a thing of the past, it’s obsolete and these scores are inconsequential in today’s world. We spent our entire days communicating with each other, so I’d argue that we’re actually more better at communicating than past students. How can constantly texting or chatting be hurting our learning? Teachers are always saying that reading makes us smarter! I’ve talked to my teechers and they said they never seen anyone do better in school than kids in my class. See, thoughs who think were dumb? Clearly were just as smart as past students. Looking at test scores can be misleading. I can be totally way smart even though my test scores can be low sometimes. But it gets hard too study when I’m on FB. But Sara posted her knew bb pics, so obviously i needed to check

thoughs out more then I needed to read Shakes pear. Not totally sure watt he/she has done, but pretty sure I can find it on sparknotes. But neways, as you can totally tell, just talking to me shows how smart I am. I go to class almost all day, to almost all my classes. Coarse, i skip sometimes but it doesn’t matter sense there aren’t no recommends! I dunno why ne1 goes to school actually. I meen, my teachers have thregh--threatn-- told me they’ll give me bad grades if I dont come to class, but whatevs. giv me detenshun, I don care! Give me a bunch of EI’s, I don care! I gist want every1 to lay off about how were dumber than before. Were not. Were taking ciriculums created just to make us smartr! its not textings fault. Teechers who are mad about cellphones in classrooms shood gist get over it. Its not lyke im not lissening to you. my generation s a bunch of multi-taskers. So gist cause you don think i can hear you rattled on about squware routes and stuff doesn’t mean your write. n wen u say u cant here over my ring tone, tak louder! Wat im trying to say is that my friends and me aren’t stupider than you. were just different. i call it progress. were progressing beyond watt you ever were. Btw, do u need me to install you’re new anti-virus? K, g2g. TTYL. Sincerely, Tonaya Marr

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Strikes are a great way for people to flex their bargaining power. Striking as part of a united front gives people more power to fight for the benefits and pay they deserve. It is collective movements like strikes that get results, because business leaders have no choice but to hear what those who strike have to say. Looking at the teacher’s province-wide strike, it is not surprising that these teachers sought more pay. Teachers often feel pressure to organize extracurricular clubs or to coach school sports teams, but were not being paid for the hours they dedicate to their activities. In many other professions, when employees work overtime, they are paid for their efforts. Teachers in the province have worked this long, even without a contract, because of their love of teaching and their refusal to fail the students who count on them to show up to work. I recognize that strikes are never the perfect solution. However, my biggest issue with strikes is that those slackers who don’t work as hard as others will still reap the same rewards. For example, there are always going to be brutal teachers. I’m sure everyone, regardless of which high school they attended, had a teacher who clearly only wanted the job because of the hours and the two summer months off. Teachers like these certainly do not deserve the raise offered to the teachers who genuinely care about students and about extracurricular activities, but because of unions, these teachers will get the same benefits and raise offered to teachers who deserve them. My proposal, though I recognize its flaws and idealism, would be to have a third party panel hired to evaluate workers and determine those who deserve to be rewarded for their efforts, while weeding out those who are an insult to their profession. Obviously the perfect third party panel would be agreed on by both the strikers and would be lovely and unbiased, willing to work diligently in office places, classrooms, whatever, to find out who’s the best and make sure they are recognized for their efforts. I’m not saying to base, for example, teacher evaluations on test scores. Despite the flaws of strikes and the obvious setbacks, I remain in favour and fully support those who believe striking is their only means of being heard in their workplaces.

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Museum gets prepped for activity-filled summer Activities are getting underway at the Souris Valley Museum. It’s shaping up to be a busy summer as the museum will be hosting a number of activity days and hold family days every Saturday, all summer. Pioneer Fun Day is this Saturday and it gives people an opportunity to step back a few generations and see what things were like without some of the tools we enjoy today. Katrina Howick, the museum curator, is organizing each of the activities with her team of interns who will have a hand in running them. The pioneer day will feature lots of activities like crafts and wooden toy making, while also featuring tours and a schoolhouse re-enactment. There will be a fundraiser barbecue in the afternoon and people are encouraged to dress up in period attire. “It’s just a good day to come out and enjoy what the museum has to offer,” said Howick. The schoolhouse replica also contains many artifacts today’s children haven’t had a lot of experience with, like the strap. “It’s those things that modern day children don’t have to deal with. It gives people an appreciation of some of the comforts of modern life. There are things they had to do to get (by). It’s inspiring.” Pioneer Family Day will showcase technology from earlier periods, things that may have been considered stateof-the-art just a few generations ago. One thing Howick said they will be showing off is the cook car. She explained that the car was a fast-food restaurant that pulled up to you. “It would go around to the workers in the fields and they could sit in the car and eat their lunch.” Hands on History days are every Saturday beginning in July and run to the end of August. These days will allow participants to really get into the spirit of history by learning how many chores were done. Howick and her staff will be working through different activities with children, showing how things were down in days gone by, like butter churning and ice cream and

toffee making. While the Pioneer Fun Days are more of a drop-in and participate kind of set-up, Hands on History is more of an activity, group-based event. Howick said those days are more linear, and the pioneer days are more like a free flow. There are also two pioneer day camps scheduled, one in July and one in August. The camps are each a week long

and expose those children attending to some of the chores they may have had to do years ago through crafts and heritage games. There may also be mine tours that would give a good historical back drop to this region. All money raised from these events goes to supplies for the activities and the rest goes back to the museum’s collection.

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Community gathering, the Canada Day staple Mark your calendar for Canada Day’s celebration in Bienfait hits next Friday. This July 1 celebration will have the staples that people have learned to love from the Bienfait day of celebrating everything that is Canada. The Bienfait Centennial Parks and Recreation Board is again organizing the event, getting everything ready from the bright-and-early pancake breakfast to night-closing fireworks display. Kendra Reed, secretary/treasurer of the board, said each organizer takes the reins of the different events. One of the biggest draws has been the annual firemen versus farmers slo-pitch match, but due to the wet conditions experienced in the last number of weeks, that has been cancelled. “That’s always been there, since July 1 (celebrations) started,” said Reed. The teams will need to look forward to battling for bragging rights at the next rematch during the 2012 Canada Day festivities. The slo-pitch tournament has also been cancelled due to the poor

Members of the Estevan Kinette Club volunteer at Hillside park during last year’s Canada Day festivities. weather. The parade will begin at Weldon School at 10

a.m. and head over the arena, where it ends. “Our parade is usually

something people love to see,” she said, noting it usually lasts about an hour.

“People will line up pretty early to watch it.” Judging of the floats

will take place prior to the parade before, with ribbons going to both floats and to children who dress up their bikes to ride down the parade route as well. Over the course of the afternoon, there will be a number of games to play. Reed is organizing the area devoted to kids’ games. For the adults, there is bingo and crown and anchor, with money to be won during both games. The food and drink concessions are open in the afternoon. All of those events, and the concessions have been moved into the curling rink. On July 1, the Bienfait Coalfields Historical Museum will be open to the public. “This is the one time i t ’s c o m p l e t e l y o p e n where you don’t have to make arrangements,” said Reed. The museum showcases the mining history in this area of the province. The fireworks display will be put on once again by Paul Carroll who has done it for the many years. All profits from the celebration go to the parks and rec board, which then allocates to the various facilities and groups like the Bienfait Memorial Arena.

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with the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations. Wages are the main issue in the dispute. The union represents paramedics, hospital pharmacists, physical therapists and other health professionals. NATIONAL OTTAWA - Starting tomorrow, First Nations members will be able to take their own local governments to task for human rights violations. A three-year transition period has come to an end and the Canadian Human Rights Act now will apply to First Nations governments, as well as Ottawa. That means aboriginal people can challenge their own bands under the act if they think living conditions on reserves are discriminatory. But David Langtry, acting chief of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, says he’s not sure whether the change will bring about an onslaught of lawsuits. That’s because he says it’s not clear that First Nations people have the financial and legal resources to mount challenges against their governments. *** MONTREAL - The billionaire businessman behind Virgin Galactic says William Shatner — and other celebrities — shouldn’t expect any free

rides into space. The space-tourism enterprise is already taking reservations for flights which could begin sometime next year. But it’s become clear that the actor who played Captain James T. Kirk, perhaps the world’s most famous fictional spaceman, is not among the 440 people from 40 countries planning to go up. “William Shatner has said that he’s scared to go into space and it’s quite ironic really when you think of his career,” company founder Sir Richard Branson told The Canadian Press. *** OTTAWA - The Conservatives have unveiled a Senate reform bill that introduces term limits to the upper chamber and supports provincial elections of senators. Tim Uppal, the Tory minister of state for democratic reform, introduced the legislation in the House of Commons. The bill would limit senators to a single nineyear term. The limit will not apply to senators who were appointed before October 2008. The government is also proposing a framework for senate elections in the provinces, based on Alberta’s system. INTERNATIONAL MEXICO CITY -

President Felipe Calderon said Tuesday that federal police have caught one of Mexico’s most-wanted drug lords. Calderon did not identify the suspect, but an official in central Aguascalientes state who was not authorized to be quoted by name said authorities have captured Jose de Jesus Mendez Vargas, the alleged leader of the La Familia cartel. A posting by Calderon on his Twitter account called the arrest “a big blow” to the drug cartels. ***The U.N. General Assembly has voted unanimously to give Ban Ki-moon a second term as secretary-general. The 192-member world body elected the 67-year-old South Korean diplomat Tuesday as U.N. chief for another five years starting Jan. 1. Ban has pledged to keep leading the world body as a “bridge-builder” at a time of global change. He has been criticized for lacking charisma and failing to criticize human rights abuses in powerful countries such as China and Russia. But Ban has won praise for his commitment to climate change, nuclear disarmament and women’s issues, his strong backing of pro-democracy movements in North Africa and the Middle East, and for military intervention in Ivory Coast and Libya.

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She was forever young, vibrant and full of life. Part of her beauty was seen through her devotion to her family. Family was everything to her and it was obvious. She was also a loyal friend and mentor to many in her world. To have known her was an honour. As my friend spoke, I was so proud her and the way she honoured the woman she called “mom.” My heart ached for her loss. Having lost my father only a year and a half ago, it was almost as if I could feel her pain. That deep, almost physical ache, that clenches our heart at every thought and every memory. As she spoke I thought of my own grief and how one year ago I couldn’t have imagined feeling any different than I did in the moment of loss. As my friend continued to speak, I was reminded of the seasons of life and thought of this: “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven. A time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain, a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away, a time to tear and a time to mend, a time to be silent and a time to speak, a time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace.” We all know there is a time for everything. Death is never easy and loss hurts more than words can express. I have learned that it is true, that with time, the season will change and the pain does lessen. The will to carry on, somehow finds its way back and with that we begin to live our lives again. To anyone who has experienced loss, I think you know what I mean.


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NOTICE TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209 Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the South East Cornerstone School Division No. 209 intends to make application to the Ministry of Education and the Saskatchewan Municipal Board for permission to borrow by way of long term loan the sum of $9,536,805 for the purpose of funding the cost of construction for contract 1 of the remodel of the Weyburn Comprehensive School. The loan shall be repaid over a period of twenty years at a Àxed rate of 4.67%. Electors may make personal or written representations and submissions to the Board with respect to the proposed borrowing at the public meeting to be held at the South East Cornerstone School Division ofÀce: 80A – 18th Street Northeast, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 at the hour of two o’clock (2:00 pm) local time.

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under 90 minutes. The 20-year-old from Vancouver needed almost an hour to close out the second set, ending with eight aces but 21 unforced errors. But her go-forbroke style also produced 30 winners to make the difference. Dubois beat American Irina Falconi 6-2, 6-2 in 67 minutes. The 24-year-old from Laval, Que., is ranked No. 122 in the world, compared to No. 109 for Falconi. The match, which was postponed due to rain Monday, was only Dubois’ second at a Grand Slam. International ROSEMONT, Ill. NFL owners and players are discussing a straight split of income in the next collective bargaining agreement that would net the players just under 50 per cent of total revenues. A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press the players’ share would approach the 50 per cent the NFLPA has said it has received throughout the last decade. But the expense credits — about US$1 billion last year — that the league takes off the top would disappear. *** DETROIT - Jaromir Jagr would like to play in the NHL next season. Petr Svoboda, Jagr’s agent, said Tuesday that he has been talking to the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins. He declined to say whether he

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Naturally Sweet My sister, Marcia, loves to garden. She generously shares her plants with me. Recently, she gave me a stevia plant as a gift. I use the leaves of this naturally sweet herb to sweeten a variety of drinks. It’s also available commercially in a granular form like sugar. Stevia is a not-so-new sweetener that recently made its way into the U.S. market. Although Stevia has been sold in the U.S. for many years as a dietary supplement, it was not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Now that the FDA has declared its active ingredient -- rebaudioside A -- as “generally accepted as safe,” it is showing up in products like tabletop sweetener packets. PureVia (from PepsiCo and a subsidiary of Merisant, Whole Earth Sweeteners) and Truvia (from Coca-Cola and Cargill), along with some flavored waters and lowercalorie soda and fruit drinks, now contain stevia. Leaves from the stevia plant are steeped in water and then processed into crystalline form. These crystals create a sweet taste in the mouth, but are calorie-free when digested. As a sweetener, stevia’s extract is 250 to 300 times sweeter than sugar. This means only a very tiny amount is needed to add sweetness to a food or beverage. As with any sweetener, there are challenges to us-

ing stevia in food products. Stevia is naturally bitter, but tastes sweet after some delay. Although it is temperature and acid stable, the natural bitterness and intense sweetness are challenges the food industry will have to overcome. Consumers will need to taste stevia and decide for themselves how well they like it. Another possible challenge is the price. Currently, it is expensive to use stevia or its active ingredient in foods. Products containing this naturally derived sweetener may be out of many consumers’ price range. Like other sugar substitutes, consumers need to watch for any warnings or concerns with stevia. It has been classified as safe, but it doesn’t hurt to try it out slowly to see what effect it has on individual taste and digestion. This recipe for Fruit Sorbet uses stevia instead of sugar to sweeten the dessert. FRUIT SORBET You’ll need an ice cream machine for this delicious recipe. You can use any fruit juice blend concentrate of your choice instead of raspberry. This recipe also works well if you substitute one (12.3 ounce) box of silken tofu for the yogurt, along with 1 cup of milk or soymilk. 2 cups plain low-fat

yogurt 1/4 cup milk 1/2 cup unsweetened raspberry juice blend concentrate, thawed 1 tablespoon orange juice concentrate 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3/4 teaspoon stevia sugar substitute 1 banana (optional) Blend all ingredients together in a blender until smooth. Pour into the container of an ice-cream machine, and process according to directions. Makes 4 servings. (Information courtesy of Janet Hackert, regional nutrition and health education specialist, Harrison County, University of Missouri Extension.) *** Angela Shelf Medearis is known as The Kitchen Diva! She’s the executive producer and host of “The Kitchen Diva!” cooking show on Hulu.com. Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks, including “The New African-American Kitchen” and her new cookbook, “The Kitchen Diva Cooks!” Visit her website at www.divapro. com. PHOTO CREDIT: stock.xchg photo (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Make Cheap and Sweet “Glam” Cleaning Gloves It’s easy and fun to dress up drab latex rubber gloves with perky cuffs. Add rickrack, bows or sparkling brooches for extra bling, and your household cleaning chores won’t seem so humdrum. Your kids can help with the fabric choice, measuring and cutting. Once you get going, make several pairs. They’re fun to tuck in a basket of items for a shower or housewarming gift for a new family on the block. A whimsical homemade gift from you and your kids! Here’s the stuff you’ll need: --One pair of rubber gloves with cuffs in the quality and color you prefer, available at grocery and discount stores for a dollar or two. --1/4 yard of oilcloth or water-resistant stiff fabric that is at least 36 inches wide. I found big-polka-dot fabric at IKEA. I wanted to use blue and red yardage for summer tablecloths, so I added extra fabric for the gloves. --Measuring tape, m a r k e r, s c i s s o r s a n d straight pins --Sewing machine and thread. --A glue-gun to attach decorative add-ons such as

ribbon, bows, rickrack and buttons if you wish. Or pin on a brooch. You also may decide to cut the edges with pinking shears. HERE’S THE FUN: Directions for one glove: 1. Trim off the edge of the glove and make the cuff shorter for a comfortable fit. 2. Cut fabric 4-inches wide by at least 18-inches long. If you prefer fuller ruffles, make it longer. 3. Let your child mark 2-inch intervals along the edge and then make small knife pleats at each mark. Pin and sew the pleats in place with stitches running close to the edge. Remove pins. Note: Once I got the hang of it, I created the pleats one by one as I sewed. 4. Bring the 4-inch edges of the fabric right sides together, pin and sew a 1/4-inch seam to create a circular, pleated fabric ready to attach to the glove. 5. Ease the pleated cuff wrong side out over the right side of the glove and pin in place. (I placed the 4-inch-

long seam above the thumb side of the glove.) If the pleated cuff is too large, add another pleat. Remove pins as you sew 1/2-inch from the edge. Turn cuff over the seam and fluff the pleats. Repeat with second glove. For extra pizzazz, use your imagination and items in your craft box to decorate the gloves with add-ons. A glue gun works quickly. Note: Find step-bystep “GLAM CLEANING GLOVES” photos in the Notes section of the “Donna’s Day” Facebook fan page. *** D o n n a E r i c k s o n ’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www. donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.” (c) 2011 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd.


Macular Degeneration Progress Can be Slowed DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I have the dry type of macular degeneration. I take PreserVision with lutein tablets twice a day. I hear lutein is very good for my eyes, and I would like to take more than the 10 mg a day that I get in my tablets. I don’t know how much is safe. My doctor said he didn’t know. Will macular degeneration leave me completely blind? How long will it be before I cannot see anymore? -- C.B. ANSWER: The macula is a small, round area in the center of the retina, the layer at the back of the eye that transmits incoming images to the brain so we can see. The macula is essential for clear, central vision, the kind needed to read, to drive and to recognize faces. Off-tothe-side vision remains. You won’t go completely blind. Furthermore, dry macular degeneration most often advances gradually. It’s the more common variety, accounting for 90 percent of cases. It can stay at its present level for years, even for life. Wet macular degeneration comes about from the growth of blood vessels beneath the retina. Those vessels are fragile and leak fluid. It tends to advance more rapidly. Currently no cure exists for dry macular degeneration. A combination of vitamin C, vitamin E, beta carotene (or vitamin A), zinc and copper appears to slow moderate macular degeneration’s progression to a more advanced stage. Your PreserVision is one such preparation. Lutein is a plant product that might aid in delaying the advance of dry macular degeneration. At this very moment, a large study is taking place to ascertain the place of lutein in the treatment of this common eye condition. The amount of lutein being tested in the study is 10 mg a day. Lutein appears to be a very safe substance, but I would stick with the 10 mg dose until the present study defines lutein’s place and its optimum dose. The booklet on macular

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You clever Ewes and Rams love nothing more than to rise to a challenge. So, by all means, if you feel sure about your facts, step right up and defend your side of the issue. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You’ve done some great work recently. Now it’s time to reward yourself with something wonderful, perhaps a day at a spa or a night out with someone very special. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You love to talk, but don’t forget to make time to do a little more listening; otherwise, you could miss out on an important message someone might be trying to send to you. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Your aspect indicates some uncertainty about one of your goals. Use this period of shifting attitudes to reassess what you really want and what you’re ready to do to get it. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Your social life is picking up, and you’ll

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soon be mingling with old friends and making new ones. But ‘twixt the fun times, stay on top of changing workplace conditions. VIRGO (August 23 September 22) A trusted friend offers understanding as you vent some longpent-up feelings. Now, move on from there and start making the changes you’ve put off all this time. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) You might well feel uneasy as you face a difficult situation involving someone close to you. But you know you’re doing the right thing, so stick with your decision. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) You’re a good friend to others. Now’s the time to allow them to be good friends to you. Rely on their trusted advice to help you get through an uncertain period. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Family and friends are always important, but especially so at this time. Despite your hectic work-

place schedule, make a real effort to include them in your life. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) That project you’ve been working on is almost ready for presentation. But you still need some information from a colleague before you can consider it done. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Don’t let those negative attitudes that have sprung up around you drain your energies. Shrug them off, and move ahead with the confidence that you can get the job done. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Aspects favor some dedicated fun time for the hardworking Piscean. A nice, refreshing plunge into the social swim can recharge your physical and emotional batteries. BORN THIS WEEK: You love to travel and be with people. You probably would be happy as a social director on a cruise ship.

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ALL MY CHILDREN Jack was shocked to learn that Erica and David were co-owners of the hospital. Amanda and JR found that they had a lot in common when it came to love and heartache. Despite Jesse’s objections, Angie decided to pursue treatment with David. Madison was diagnosed with exhaustion after she collapsed in the park. Opal warned Cara not to break Tad’s heart. Wait to See: Dixie shows signs of regaining consciousness.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES Quinn offered to help Vivian cross off her enemies list. Chloe drugged her first client so that she wouldn’t have to sleep with him. Adrienne warned Abigail not to date a DiMera. EJ felt guilty when he realized that the imposter he hired killed Fay. Gabi was perplexed by Will’s lack of interest in her physically. Hope discovered that Brady was the person who put EJ in the hospital. Jennifer wondered if Carly was stealing medication from the hospital. Wait to See: EJ proposes marriage to Taylor.

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Liam interrupted Oliver’s marriage proposal to Hope with the news about Amber’s baby. Marcus’s philandering caught up with him after his girlfriend found him with another woman. Tawny wore out her welcome by insulting Amber’s visitors at the hospital. Brooke gave Taylor her blessing to be with Ridge. Steffy was surprised by Thomas’s apathy toward his parents’ reunion. Bill planned on publishing a

GENERAL HOSPITAL Patrick rescued Robin from Lisa. Spinelli seemed to have lost his computer expertise after waking up from surgery. Elizabeth told Lucky that he was Aiden’s father. Sonny sought legal advice from Diane about adopting Alec. Edward offered Abby and Michael summer jobs with his company. Kristina surprised Ethan with a romantic dinner and the offer of a kiss. Brenda turned down Jax’s request to testify at his daughter’s custody hearing.

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ONE LIFE TO LIVE Joey dumped Aubrey as soon as he learned that Jessica was able to get custody of Ryder. Blair was shocked to meet Tomas’ soon-to-beex wife, Yvette. Rick tried to blackmail Deanna into doing an adult film. The man with Todd Manning’s original face struggled to remember his past. Clint’s transplant surgery was postponed. James was jealous of Starr’s new friendship with Baz. Jack was arrested. Wait to See: Todd tells Marty’s secret to Vimal. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS A seething Victor found Adam, Diane and Jack celebrating their victory at the restaurant. Phyllis admitted to Nick that their daughter wasn’t happy with Lucy in the house. Jack was pleasantly surprised that Katherine chose him to oversee Jabot. Billy told Victoria that he was leaving her for her own good. Sofia admitted to Malcolm and Neil that either one of them could be her baby’s father. Wait to See: Abby enters rehab, where she sees a familiar face. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY! LET’S CLEAN UP OUR COMMUNITY!

CONSTRUCTION BULLETIN DOMINION HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION – PHASE II The City of Estevan is undertaking construction for the Earthwork, Underground & Surface Works to provide development of residential lots in this area. The affected area includes the portion of Nicholson Road, north of Wellock Road and Tedford Way. The proposed construction area is shown within the bold line. At different times, Tedford Way will be closed during the construction for the construction of the underground and surface works. The contractor will provide adequate notiÀcation when limited direct property access and parking restrictions are to occur.

Start Up & Completion dates are unknown due to inclement weather. Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and speciÀcations. Safety Construction site could be dangerous. If you have children, please ask them to keep a safe distance from the site. We will take every precaution to ensure public safety, but we need your assistance to constrain the natural curiosity of younger children. Please DO NOT attempt to go close to areas of open excavation. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-3474, the Site Foreman or after hours call Police. Questions and Concerns The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologize for any inconveniences that this work may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or foreman on site.

NOTICE: The spring thaw has caused muddy conditions at the Estevan City Cemetery. To prevent damage to the Cemetery, the gates will be closed until the roads are dry. Thank you for your patience.

CITY OF ESTEVAN - TENDER The City of Estevan invites tenders to complete the following works: Tender ES.10.2011

Pathway Construction (Kensington Avenue – King Street to Nesbitt Drive)

Tender packages are available at the Legislative Services Business Division – Lower Level – City Hall. For further information regarding this tender please contact Jankit Patel at 634-1818, Fax 6362199 or e-mail: engtech3@estevan.ca Interested Contractors are invited to submit sealed envelopes marked with the respective Tender Number to the following by 2:30 PM local time, Tuesday, July 12, 2011. Legislative Services Business Division Main Floor – 1102 Fourth Street City of Estevan Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Public opening of tenders shall take place at 2:30 PM local time, Tuesday, July 12, 2011 in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Estevan, Saskatchewan. The City of Estevan reserves that right to reject any or all tenders, and the lowest tender may not necessarily be accepted.

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority has advised that the combined water release from Boundary Dam and Rafferty Dam will rise to 720 cubic meters per second. There is the possibility of additional increases due to the expected rainfall in Estevan and surrounding areas. Highway 47 South and Highway 18 West are closed until further notice. The Highway 47 South detour is from Highway 39 East to grid 703 and appropriate signage is in place. Highway 47 North is still allowing travel with one vehicle at a time and Highway 39 East remains open at this time. Estevan Police Service and Fire Rescue Service require residents to stay away from affected areas including Highway 47 South, Highway 18 West, and Rafferty Dam Road. Anyone caught disobeying barricades or road closures will be charged. For further information on road closures contact the Highway Hotline before travelling. Additionally, residents should be aware that the Áood waters are extremely dangerous. Floating debris and other water hazards above and beneath the surface are dangerous for all watercraft. All power lines are energized and should be considered dangerous. At the moment, power lines are very close to the water surface so watercraft could come into contact with energized lines. Chances of rescue are minimal. The City of Estevan continues to pump water out of Willow Park Greens Trailer Park. SaskPower has reinstated the power to the trailer park, however it will remain evacuated. The Estevan Police Service has advised that there have not been any reports of looting for vandalism at this point at the trailer park. The City of Estevan Evacuation Shelter continues to accept Roche Percee evacuee registrations at the Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre. Please use the south entrance. For information about evacuees contact 634-1876 . Currently the evacuation centre has registered 203 families from Estevan and 31 families from Roche Percee with only 40 people staying at the congregate shelter at the Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre. The facility is receiving donations of goods which is greatly appreciated. Please call 1-800-4181111 for the Saskatchewan Flood Donation Line if you are interested in donating to the cause. The Water Treatment Plant is fully operational and there has NOT been a Boil Water Advisory. The City LandÀll is open and accessible. The Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre will remain closed to the public until further notice. We would like to thank all of the volunteers that have come forward. If you are interested in volunteering now or in the future, please contact Sharon at 421-6390. For further information and updates contact 306 634-1855 or www.estevan.ca. For recent photographs see www.estevanmercury.ca.

NOTICE OF TREE PRUNING Southeast Tree Care will be performing their annual trimming and pruning of both City property trees and elm trees until the end of March. Southeast Tree Care is striving to achieve the natural form of the trees. We welcome your questions, call 634-7348. Be aware that Elm trees cannot be trimmed from April 1st to August 31st of every year.

Kidsport is a children’s charity that is dedicated to assisting children of families facing financial obstacles to participate in community sports programs. In 2010, Estevan Kidsport assisted 92 children and paid out over $13,300 in financial assistance. The Estevan Kidsport Committee is in need of volunteers to join the committee and to help keep assisting children to participate in sports. Anyone interested is asked to call Garth at 634-1883

Estevan Regional Airport Open House Extravaganza JUNE 26TH 2011

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pointing out the great parts and the parts that need work. -- A Reader, via email • To stop runs in hose or tights, paint the bottom of the run with clear nail polish. Let dry and repeat. Do this while wearing them, and gently unstick from the skin. It works better when the hose or tights are stretched as they will be worn, and you don’t risk attaching the run side to the other side of

the tights. • “I somehow lost one of a pair of socks that had non-slip gripper dots on the bottoms of the feet. I gave the odd sock to my mom, and she uses it as a jar or bottle opener. The gripper dots help her get a hold of the lid to unscrew it.” -- R.J. in Ohio • To freshen a lunchbox, dampen a paper towel with

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to everyone who supported the Estevan Football Fundraising Supper held April 9 at the Estevan Curling Rink. All your support through donations, ticket purchases and auction bids will help to continue to keep football going strong in South East Saskatchewan.

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ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY

FEDERAL CENSUS - NOTICE All residents are urged to Àll out your Federal Census Forms, if you have not done so already. The City of Estevan receives funding from the Provincial and Federal Government based on the population of the City as recorded by the federal census and every person missed means less money for the City to operate with.

Estevan Fire & Rescue Services is accepting applications for

Please Àll out your census form.

PAID ON CALL FIREFIGHTERS

At The Library.....

(These are not full time positions.) Can you answer yes to the following questions? • Are you looking to help your community stay safe? • Do you like to help people who are in need? • Are you a team player? • Do you want to be part of a noble profession? We would love to hear from you! Application forms are available at the Fire Hall, 1101 3rd Street, Estevan.

Position: COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (Dispatcher) Duties and Responsibilities: The successful candidate will demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication skills. This person will handle incoming telephone calls, general public inquiries and complaints, and will communicate via radio transmissions with members on patrol. Must be able to work independently under stress as well as produce a high degree of accuracy. Application packages can be picked up at the Estevan Police Service or mailed out upon request. Please return the completed package with an updated resume in a sealed envelope to: Chief of Police Estevan Police Service, 301-11th Ave., Estevan SK S4A 1C7 Only successful candidates will be contacted.

Position: Police Constable The Estevan Police Service is accepting applications for a Police Constable. Application packages can be picked up at the Estevan Police Service or mailed out upon request. Chief of Police Estevan City Police Service, 301 - 11th Avenue, Estevan, Sask, S4A 1C7 Only successful candidates will be contacted.

June 23rd – Audiobooks and eBooks @ 2:00 & 6:00pm. Learn how to sign out audiobooks and eBooks from the library and download them to your computer or mobile device. June 30th – Baby Lap Time @ 10:30am.  Join Maureen for lap-bouncing finger-plays, rhymes and songs designed to enhance language enrichment. For pre-walker babies and their caregivers.  Stay for coffee and cookies after the program and visit with other caregivers.  Call Maureen at 636-1621. Check out our Book Club in a Bag service and start a book club this summer!  Visit the website at http://estevanbciab.weebly.com to view titles and availability.  Contact Becky at 636-1621 to book your kit today!   Follow us on twitter @EstevanLibrary! The Estevan Public Library will be CLOSED Sunday’s starting June 19th for the summer.

Construction BULLETIN… Intersection Improvements The City of Estevan is undertaking concrete and asphalt improvements at: Fourth Street and Second Avenue (North Side) The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective upgrades to concrete curbs, catch basins and asphalt. This work would require closure of immediate areas of excavation and may necessitate parking restriction in adjacent areas. This work will commence during the week of June 13, 2011 and will take approximately Four (4) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Souris Valley Paving will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations. Safety Construction site could be dangerous. If you have children, please ask them to keep a safe distance from the site. We will take every precaution to ensure public safety, but we need your assistance to constrain the natural curiosity of younger children. Please DO NOT attempt to go close to areas of open excavation. Please follow construction signage and reduce speed where needed for safety of yourself and construction workers. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-1952, the Site Foreman or after hours call Police. Questions and Concerns The City of Estevan, Engineering Services apologize for any inconvenience that this work may cause and thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience. If you have any question or concerns, please call at 634-1818 or approach the supervisor or foreman on site.

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Eighteen licences issued to Monday, June 20, 2011 11F183 - BDOG Lightning 2Hz...................................................................................................... 4A9-23-3A11-24-8-32 11F171 - Pemoco Parkman Re Hz......................................................................................................1C4-2-1B6-2-9-33 11F178 - VOC Alameda East .........................................................................................................................2A3-31-4-1 11F182 - Wyatt Northgate Hz ................................................................................................................1B1-9-2D8-9-1-2 11F175 - Cyc Arcola Hz ..................................................................................................................4C5-34-1C13-34-8-4 11F181 - Novus Roncott................................................................................................................................. 11-34-5-25 11F184 - Wyatt Northgate East Hz..................................................................................................3C5-10-2D13-10-1-2 11F190 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ............................................................................................................ 4A1-29-3A1-28-9-7 11F207 - Torquay Hummingbird South Re DD ...................................................................................1C1-4-3B1-4-2-19 11F243 - Spectrum et al Redvers Hz .............................................................................................. 4A1-36-3A1-31-7-31 11F214 - Southern Hastings 2Hz ......................................................................................................4C5-8-1C13-8-4-33 11F219 - Longview Alameda Hz ..................................................................................................... 2B10-15-4B4-15-3-2 11F230 - CCEC Freda Lake ............................................................................................................................. 9-13-5-19 11F251 - VOC Pinto Hz ......................................................................................................................... 1A2-7-4A2-6-1-4 11F250 - NAL Chapleau Lake ...................................................................................................................... 13-18-14-11 11F257 - Black Rider Lake Alma DD.............................................................................................4B12-31-1C5-31-1-17 11F260 - Chinook et al Winmore Hz ................................................................................................. 1B2-18-3A2-7-2-30 11F261 - Painted Pony Weyburn ................................................................................................................... 10-19-7-13

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11C353 - Big Sky #37.......................................Chinook et al Winmore 2Hz ......................................4A8-1-2D6-6-2-30 11D132 - Canelson #15......................................... Flagstone Manor Hz .....................................1C15-34-1C13-34-7-1 11B058 - Advance #5 ............................................ Triwest Alameda Hz........................................ 1A11-11-4A3-11-3-2 06K247 - Big Sky #12.......................................... Elkhorn Pinto East 3Hz ....................................... 1A1-30-1A7-30-1-3 11E040 - Panther #2 .........................................Athena Alameda West Hz ...................................3D8-16-2D16-16-4-3 11C429 - Canelson #14..................................... Legacy et al Taylorton Hz ...................................2C12-31-2D9-31-1-6 11B143 - Big Sky #89....................................... Spartan Elswick South DD.................................1A2-30-3C16-19-3-11 11A397 - Stoneham #4 .................................... Painted Pony ViewÀeld Hz................................... 1A1-24-3A9-13-6-11 11C125 - Panther #1 ..................................................NAL Hoffer Hz ........................................2D13-32-2D16-32-1-15 11E063 - Big Sky #28 ...................................................Vale Vibank ........................................................... 12-36-15-15 11A151 - Advance #7 .............................................CPEC Flat Lake Hz ......................................2C13-10-1C13-9-1-16 11C050 - Vortex #1 ............................................. Torquay Lake Alma Hz .......................................1D14-9-4C5-9-2-17 11C663 - GWS #1 ........................................Black Rider Lake Alma SWD Re ................................................. 8-1-2-18

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Reliable Wawota.............................................................................................................................8-13-12-33 10C024 - Triwest Wauchope North ..................................................................................................................15-4-8-33 09J087 - Pemoco Parkman Re ......................................................................................................................11-30-9-33 10D050 - BDOG Parkman ..............................................................................................................................15-13-9-34 11A263 - Spectrum et al Willmar..........................................................................................................................1-3-6-4 10K093 - Nordic Sturgis ...................................................................................................................................4-11-35-4 10J234 - Midale Browning ..................................................................................................................................9-30-6-5 11C183 - 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JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIANS Required for Commercial Projects in Regina. Competitive wages and benefit plan available. Reply with resume to Prelim Electric. Fax to 306-543-2515 or email: prelim@sasktel.net TOWN OF KIPLING: Foreman of Public Works - As our Town Foreman you will be responsible for the overall supervision, organization, control and execution of all functions related to all functions of Public Works along with the Water Treatment Plant. Level 2 Certification in Water Treatment with Level 1 in Water Distribution and Wastewater Treatment and Collection; along with excellent communication and organizational skills. The Town offers a competitive wage and benefit package. Further information is available on our website: www.townofkipling.ca Please submit resumes by June 27, 2011 to: Town of Kipling Attn: Gail Dakue Box 299 Kipling, SK S0G 2S0 Email: kiptown@sasktel.net Fax: 306-736-8448 THE LAMPMAN Skating Club is S e e k i n g a n N C C P Ce r t i fi e d CanSkate and/or StarSkate coach. Call Della 306-487-2573 or Tina 306-487-2729.

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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011 Page 27 area about a foot apart and at least 12 inches deep, then insert the root feeder into the holes and saturate the ground underneath the mat with water. Repeat often. The idea is to change the soil moisture, increase airflow, By Samantha Mazzotta and change the chemical makeup of the soil to retard fungal growth. A more invasive option, Q: I believe that I have which must be undertaken two areas in my back lawn carefully so as not to spread that are “fairy rings.” They the fungus to other parts of have a center of green grass the lawn, is to completely that is surrounded by dead remove the affected sod, grass. Is there anything I cutting out an area 1 foot can do about this? -- Fred beyond the edge of the rings. J., Toronto Then, dig out the soil to 1 foot in depth. Note that the A: Fairy rings are sod and soil must be comcaused by growth of a pletely isolated from the rest certain type of fungi (mush- of the lawn and disposed of rooms), which, above the far away. surface, grow within the Replace the soil with dead or thin area of the new, unaffected soil. Then circle. Below the surface, a either reseed or resod. North dense fungal mat is usually Dakota State University’s well established by the time Agricultural Extension recthe characteristic “ring” ommends reseeding rather appears on the lawn. These than replacing the sod, as rings measure a couple feet the risk of reintroducing the in diameter but gradually fungi is much lower. expand over time, to as large as 20 feet. HOME TIP: Fungi are The rings are annoy- the most common cause ing and, like most fungal of lawn disease, but they growth, are very difficult to can be managed and precontrol. However, there are vented with routine lawn options to try. maintenance, including One method, which can proper watering, fertilizabe undertaken quickly with tion, mowing and ensuring minimal damage to the lawn, the soil is aerated. is to reduce the influence of fairy rings. Fertilize the area Send your questions several times per year with or home tips to ask@thinitrogen-rich fertilizer to sisahammer.com, or write mask the fairy rings some- This Is a Hammer, c/o King what. To stimulate grass Features Weekly Service, growth in the dead areas P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, of the rings, you’ll need to FL 32853-6475. When in aerate and get water beneath doubt as to whether you the fungal mat (comprised of can safely or effectively weblike mycelium fungus) complete a project, consult that’s causing the problem. a professional contractor. Do this by attaching a root feeder to your garden hose. (c) 2011 King Features Punch holes in the dying Synd., Inc.

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By Chris Richcreek 1. LANGUAGE: What would a group of eggs be called, collectively? 2. FOOD & DRINK: What is the characteristic flavor of the herb anise? 3. SCIENCE: What does the Linnaean System refer to? 4. HISTORY: When did the Ottoman Empire give way to a modern republic in Turkey? 5. LITERATURE: The term “Big Brother” comes from which futuristic novel? 6. ANCIENT WORLD: How is the ancient Greek Thucydides best known? 7. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Where would a satrap once have

ruled? 8. GEOGRAPHY: Into which body of water does the Volga River flow? 9. POETRY: Who wrote the collection of poetry and prose called “The Map of Love”? 10. INVENTIONS: Who invented the modern aerosol spray can? Answers 1. A clutch 2. Licorice 3. The classification of all living things 4. 1920s 5. “1984” 6. As a historian 7. Persia 8. Caspian Sea 9. Dylan Thomas 10. Norwegian engineer Erik Rotheim

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Baked Banana Pudding This easy-to-put-together dessert will please kids of all ages. 24 (2 1/2-inch) graham cracker squares 3 cups (3 medium) sliced bananas 2 (4-serving) packages Jell-O sugar-free vanilla cookand-serve pudding mix 1 1/3 cups Carnation Nonfat Dry Milk Powder 2 1/3 cups water 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 6 egg whites 1 cup Splenda Granular 1. Preheat oven to 325 F. Spray 8-by-12-inch baking dish with butter-flavored cooking spray. Evenly arrange 12 graham cracker squares in baking dish, then 1 1/2 cups banana slices over top. 2. In large saucepan, combine pudding mixes, milk powder and water. Cook over medium heat until mixture thickens and starts to boil, stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Stir in 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Spoon half of hot mixture evenly over bananas. Arrange 10 graham cracker squares evenly over hot pudding and remaining 1 1/2 cups banana slices over top. Spoon remaining hot pudding over bananas. 3. In large bowl, beat egg whites with an electric mixer on HIGH until soft peaks form. Add Splenda and remaining 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract. Continue beating on HIGH until stiff peaks form. Spread meringue evenly over top, sealing to edges. Crush remaining 2 graham cracker squares into fine crumbs; sprinkle evenly over meringue. 4. Bake 25 minutes or until meringue is golden. Place baking dish on wire rack; let set for 30 minutes. Refrigerate at least 1 hour. Cut into 8 servings. HINT: A self-seal sandwich bag works great for crushing graham crackers. • Each serving: 210 calories, 2g fat, 10g protein 38g carb., 289mg sodium, 161mg calcium, 2g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 1 Starch/Carb., 1 Fruit, 1/2 Fat-Free Milk; Carb Choices: 2 1/2. (c) 2011 King Features Synd. Inc.

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By Samantha Weaver • It was 19th-century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer who made the following sage observation: “There is no absurdity so palpable but that it may be firmly planted in the human head if you only begin to inculcate it before the age of five, by constantly repeating it with an air of great solemnity.”

is generated by bacteria consuming the waste that is created by the brewing process. • Companies today sometimes seem to go too far in advertising their products, but consider

• Those who study such things say that half of all money spent on food in the United States is spent in restaurants. • If, like me, you are constantly finding excess wire hangers in your closets, you probably won’t be surprised to learn that more than 2.7 billion of them were imported in 2010 alone. • You might be surprised to learn that beer brewers in Australia are on the cutting edge of alternative energy production. They have created a “beer battery” -- the world’s first, they claim -- in which electricity

Richard Chesebrough, who invented the petroleum jelly Vaseline in 1872. In order to market his new creation as a salve for cuts and burns, he traveled around New York state demonstrating the efficacy of the product by burning his skin with acid, then applying Vaseline to the injury. A display of his past burns that had been healed with Vaseline would, in theory, convince people to buy the product.

• If you’re looking to brighten up your living space with some greenery, you might want to consider getting a bonsai tree. They live longer than any other houseplant. *** Thought for the Day: “Hollywood is a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul.” -- Marilyn Monroe

FULL-TIME/SEASONAL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

Grader, Loader, Scraper, Tractor and Truck Driver Preference will be given to applicants with road building experience and a valid 1A license. Salary negotiable based on experience. Wages are competitive and include overtime and full beneÀt package. Position to commence as soon as possible. Please supply qualiÀcations and references.

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STAGECOACH…PRESENTS 23RD ANNUAL SMOKEY MOUNTAIN TOUR

Apply with resume by July 7, 2011 to: R.M. of Browning No.34 Box 40 Lampman, Sk. S0C 1N0 Phone (306) 487-2444 Fax (306) 487-2496 browning.lampman@sasktel.net

October 20 - November 6, 2011-18 Days DOLLYWOOD, NASHVILLE, MEMPHIS, BRANSON

Dollywood, America’s Greatest Country Western Theme Park.

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Nashville - Grand Ole Opry - Staying at Opryland Hotel - Atrium Rooms! - Stay where the stars stay. - General Jackson Riverboat Dinner Cruise - Fontanel Mansion Tour, Barbara Mandrels Worlds Largest Log Mansion & Lunch - City Tour, Homes of the Stars.

Best of - Branson New shows Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner Show

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Career Opportunities TRUCK DRIVER Bored and need some extra cash and some part time work? Give us a call. We need part time 1A Drivers for our gravel haul 2 to 3 days per week from now through mid December. Flexible hours and days off. Ideal for semi retired person.

Operations Manager/Sales Coil Tubing Operators Coil Tubing Helpers Class 1 driver’s license is preferred, but all class of drivers are welcome to apply. Previous oil Àeld experience & valid tickets are an asset. Email or fax your resume & a current driver’s abstract to: jtimko@essentialcoil.com Fax: 403-580-8906

Rig moving experience a de¿nite asset. Full Time Positions - Primarily in the Kindersley, Saskatchewan area. We offer competitive wages and a safe work environment. Applicants need to state experience, wage expected and a minimum of 2 references. Training certi¿cates to be submitted. We will also provide training in-house.

Please fax or email resume to:

OfÀce phone:

Is now accepting applications For the following positions…

Essential Coil & Stimulation Services is a company recognized for safety and excellence within the oil and gas industry. We strive to provide a good working relationship with our customers. Currently we provide services throughout Alberta, Southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Essential Coil offers competitive wages, scheduled days off, group beneÀt plan and employee savings plan. If you are an energetic team player with superb attention to detail and strong communication skills, we invite you to apply for the following positions.

Wanted: Class 1A Drivers with winch experience.

Call Pat or Ed at 634-7276.

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Good to Go Trucking (306)463-2814 gtgtkind@sasktel.net (306)463-1454

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Right now, we’re looking for great people for the following positions: • FULL-TIME UTILITY COURIER – Estevan  30 hrs/wk - Various Hours between 09:30 a.m.– 6:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday)  $14.71/hr ($16.73/hr after 3 months) plus a $30.00/week U.C. premium Qualifications: • Must have a Valid Saskatchewan Class 5 • Driver’s License and Driver’s Abstract with less than 4 rating points • Able to lift 70 lbs. on a continuous basis • Previous work experience in a fast paced & physically demanding warehouse environment • Strong customer service skills • Canadian Police Clearance Certificate (Criminal Abstract) required

(or equivalent)

-Heavy Duty Mechanic -Agricultural Mechanic -Welder/Fabricator (Apprentices within the above trades will also be considered)

Wil-Tech offers competitive wages And complete benefit packages. All applications are appreciated, but only those considered will be contacted. Interested applicants can submit resumes to:

P.O. Box 1147 (69 Escana Street) Estevan, Sask. S4A 2H7 Fax# 306-634-5871 Email: resume@wil-tech.ca www.wil-tech.ca

To apply please forward resume to: Mail: 702 Toronto Street, Regina, SK S4R 8L1 or Fax: 1-306-757-0321 or Email: HRPrairies@purolator.com We’re Purolator, Canada’s leading courier company, and we’re looking for committed individuals who are interested in an exciting and rewarding opportunity to join our team. Here’s your chance to make a difference as you contribute to the success of our customers, our community, and yourself. To learn more about us, go to www.purolator.com.


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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011

Career Opportunities Become part of our carrier team.

TRUCK DRIVERS WANTED • 1A licence • 3A licence • Resume & driver’s abstract required Competitive wages are offered and a benefit plan is available. Interested individuals can call or text contact info to 421-7119.

.YLH[ÄYZ[QVI Excellent way to meet people, learn responsibility and earn extra money. The Trader Express is looking for a carrier for George St. 100 papers, earn 27.00 per week. The Mercury is looking for a carrier for a small route on 500-600 Henry, George and King St. 29 papers. All our carriers are appreciated and valued and are eligible for a monthly draw of $100.00. If interested call Gayle 634-2654.

Holy Family RCSSD #140 Invites applications for the position of:

CONSTRUCTION LTD. EXCAVATING, SAND AND GRAVEL • REDE-MIX CONCRETE 314 - 6th Street, Estevan

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! Truck Driver Must have: Valid Class 1A License, Clean Drivers Abstract, Valid Passport, Minimum 1 year experience. Duties/Responsibilities: Operate Winch truck, Hauling to ND,AB and within SK, Some yard duties as required. Home most evenings! Forklift Operator - Available Immediately! Basic understanding of steel different sizes/types, forklift operating experience and tickets an asset.

Apply by email to: kswidnicki@doallmetal.com or fax: 306-6374-8388

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT (Full – Time Permanent) Position: Educational Assistant Full-Time Permanent Assignment for 2011-12: French Immersion Educational Assistant

Hours: 8:30 – 3:30 Monday to Friday Requirements: Current Criminal Records Check and Vulnerable Sector Check; Current CPR and First Aid; familiarity with and understanding of the practices of the Roman Catholic faith Required Skills/Training: Grade 12 and South East Regional College Level 1 Educational Assistant Program Experience: Receptive and expressive knowledge and understanding of the French language Rate of Pay: As Per SEIU Collective Bargaining Agreement Contact: Principal, Mary Ellen Barreth, 634-4249 Deadline for applications is 4:00 p.m. on June 29, 2011. Written applications are to be forwarded to Norman Casavant, Assistant Director of Education, #23 - 110 Souris Avenue, Weyburn SK S4H 2Z8, Fax No. 842-7033.

Coil Well Servicing Division

www.glaciermedia.ca/careers

1 Full Time Position Employer is seeking Picker Operator with Boom Truck

“A” ticket or equivalent. Must have experience operating 30 tonne picker (or larger). Must be able to set pump jacks, lift buildings and vessels, handle tubing and rig matting. Must have good supervisory and communications skills. Class 1A Driver’s license and clean Driver’s abstract. Valid First Aid/CPR, H2S Alive, WHMIS and TDG certiÀcation.

BED TRUCK OPERATORS & WINCH TRUCK OPERATORS 1 Full Time Position Employer is seeking Bed Truck and Winch Truck Operators with oilÀeld related experience. Must have experience handling large and over dimensional loads. Must be able to assist in setting pump jacks, lift buildings and vessels, handle tubing and rig matting. Must have good supervisory and communications skills. Class 1A Driver’s license and clean Driver’s abstract. Valid First Aid/CPR, H2S Alive, WHMIS and TDG certiÀcation

To apply fax, email or apply in person to: Breeze St., Estevan, Sk. Fax: 634-9963 Email: lafrentztrucking@sasktel.net

and

Pumping & Stimulation Division

Sales Associate

Are currently accepting applications from individuals experienced field personnel with:

The Estevan Mercury is seeking an energetic and teamoriented person to join its award winning advertising sales team.

Coil Tubing Well Servicing Conventional Well Servicing and / or Coil Support Pumping, Acidizing, Remedial Cementing and Nitrogen

As part of our team, you will be accountable for revenue growth gained through delivering advertising solutions to clients within Estevan and the trading area. Working very closely with your sales and production teams, you will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of after sales support including prooÀng of advertisements, ensuring proper booking dates and ensuring overall client satisfaction.

With Technicoil’s commitment to its employees, we offer room for advancement, excellent wages & benefits. If this opportunity interests you and you have a current H2S Alive, First Aid, PST and a Class 1 or 3Q Driver’s license with a 5 year Driver’s License abstract, please apply to: In Person: 5416-39139 Highway 2A (Blindman Industrial Park) FAX: E-Mail:

Red Deer County, AB T4S 2B3 403-309-3320 employment@technicoilcorp.com

You must have a valid driver’s license and your own reliable vehicle. Publications you will be selling advertising into: Estevan Mercury – Estevan’s newspaper since 1903 Trader Express – southeast Saskatchewan’s free distribution newspaper Pipeline News – Saskatchewan’s petroleum monthly Agri-News – A monthly newspaper for the agricultural industry If you are motivated and results driven we want to hear from you!

If you have questions, please contact us at 403-314-3090

Check out: www.estevanmercury.ca

WORK WITH US & GROW A CAREER Glacier Media Group is growing. Check our job board regularly for the latest openings:

2 Full Time Positions Applicants must have a clean driver’s license (Class 5 at least); must have valid First Aid/CPR, H2S Alive, WHMIS and TDG certiÀcation. Some experience preferred, but employer will train.

PICKER OPERATORS

We offer competitive wages, benefits RRSP’s

Where: Sacred Heart School, Estevan

SWAMPERS

We offer an attractive/Áexible work schedule & above average compensation program. Please email, drop off in person or mail your resume, complete with cover letter to: Brant Kersey C/O Estevan Mercury 68 Souris Ave. N Estevan, SK S4A 2M3 bkersey@estevanmercury.ca

Estevan

Mercury www.estevanmercury.ca

Thank you to all who apply, but only those chosen for an interview will be contacted Estevan Mercury employees are motivated, results-driven individuals who enjoy challenges and are committed to continuous learning and excellence.


Career Opportunities

THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011

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POWER TONG HANDS Wanted Immediately Call Nighthawk Power Tongs 403-504-9699 Top wages and BeneÀts Medicine Hat, AB. Employment Opportunity R.M. of Enniskillen No. 3 Applications are being accepted for a position with the

Maintenance Department. Valid drivers license with a clear driver’s abstract are essential. Duties to include general maintenance work and mowing. Experience with equipment would be preferred. Heavy lifting is required. This is a seasonal position. This position will run from April until November. Please submit resume in a sealed envelope marked “Maintenance” detailing experience, references and salary expected before 4:00 p.m., on March 18th, 2011 to: R.M. of Enniskillen No. 3, Box 179, Oxbow, Sask. S0C 2B0. Any questions, please call 306-483-7811.

Heavy Equipment Operators Kelly Panteluk Construction, a major established earth moving company, is looking to hire:

Heavy Equipment Operators For various equipment, non-oilÀeld work, for varying locations in Saskatchewan. We offer leading industry wages and provide accommodations. A Valid Drivers License is an asset. Overtime is paid after 40 hours per week; an average work week is 60-70 hours. Apply with Resume to: Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd. P.O. Box 190 Estevan, SK S4A 2A3 Or Fax to: 306-634-7822 Or Email to: ofÀce@kpcl.sk.ca

Book your career ad here! Call 634-2654 today.


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THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011

TOP 10 POP SINGLES THIS WEEK LAST WEEK 1. Adele No. 1 “Rollin In the Deep” (XL) 2. Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo, AfroJack & Nayer No. 2 “Give Me Everything” (Mr. 305/Polo Grounds/J) 3. Katy Perry feat. Kanye West No. 3 “E.T.” (Capitol) 4. Bruno Mars No. 6 “The Lazy Song” (Elektra) 5. Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull No. 4 “On the Floor” (Island) 6. LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock No. 9 “Party Rock Anthem” (Party Rock/will.i.am/Cherrytree) 7. Lady Gaga No. 8 “The Edge of Glory” (Streamline/KonLive) 8. The Black Eyed Peas No. 5 “Just Can’t Get Enough” (Interscope) 9. Britney Spears No. 7 “Till the World Ends” (Jive) 10. Lupe Fiasco No. 12 “The Show Goes On” (1st & 15th) TOP 10 ALBUMS 1. Lady Gaga No. 1 “Born This Way” (Streamline/KonLive/Interscope) 2. Adele No. 3 “21” (XL/Columbia) 3. Death Cab for Cutie

new entry “Codes and Keys” (Barsuk/Atlantic) 4. Eddie Vedder new entry “Ukulele Songs” (Monkeywrench/Universal Republic) 5. My Morning Jacket new entry “Circuital” (ATO) 6. Brad Paisley No. 2 “This Is Country Music” (Arista Nashville) 7. Various Artists No. 6 “NOW 38” (Universal/EMI/ Sony Music) 8. Jason Aldean No. 9 “My Kinda Party” (Broken Bow) 9. Flogging Molly new entry “Speed of Darkness” (Borstal Beat) 10. Soundtrack No. 4 “Glee, The Music: Season Two Volume 6” (20th Century Fox TV/Columbia) Top 10 Hot Country Singles 1. Keith Urban No. 2 “Without You” (Capitol Nashville) 2. Brad Paisley feat. Alabama No. 1 “Old Alabama” (Arista Nashville) 3. Blake Shelton No. 5 “Honey Bee” (Warner Bros.) 4. Taylor Swift No. 4 “Mean” (Big Machine) 5. The Band Perry No. 6 “You Lie” (Republic

Nashville) 6. Chris Young No. 9 “Tomorrow” (RCA) 7. Justin Moore No. 8 “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” (Valory) 8. Rascal Flatts No. 3 “I Won’t Let Go” (Big Machine) 9. Jason Aldean No. 11 “Dirt Road Anthem” (Broken Bow) 10. Ronnie Dunn No. 10 “Bleed Red” (Arista Nashville) TOP TEN MOVIES 1. Super 8 (PG-13) Kyle Chandler, Elle Fanning 2. X-Men: First Class

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Saturday, June 25 • 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Post your garage sale for FREE on our

805 Albert Street Thursday, June 23 • 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm Friday, June 24 • 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

637 - 3rd Street Thursday, June 23 • 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Friday, June 24 • 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

525 Dufferin Avenue 201 Thursday, June 23 • 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm Friday, June 24 • 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm Saturday, June 25 • 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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