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solutions to these issues and returns with a more rounded proposal, the RM would be happy to grant permits for the camp. “When you’re mining coal, you are changing the way the land looks. That’s inevitable,” he said. There are regulations set out by the province that deal with the issues of obstructing drainage, Hoffort said, noting that it’s years like this one that really show how important those regulations are. As the concern was raised at council, the RM is speaking directly with Luscar Ltd., who is working at the area in question. The RM issued tenders for the cleaning of

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New office for Estevan conservation Planting the Upper Souris Watershed Association (USWA) and Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) into a shared office is an obvious union, say the employees of both organizations. For DUC, the office in the Beefeater Plaza is not only their first office in Estevan, but also their first in southeast Saskatchewan now that they have moved in with the USWA. The three employees, two for DUC and one for the USWA have been in the office since December 2010. Employees and volunteers of Ducks Unlimited and the USWA held a small ceremony at the Elks Hall on Sept. 13 with local MP Ed Komarnicki, MLA Doreen Eagles and Estevan Mayor Gary St. Onge in attendance. Speaking to the group of attendees, Vicki East, USWA watershed co-ordinator, said ensuring close ties between these two organizations was a great move. “This partnership just makes sense,” she said. “We can work together with our programming and our education and awareness.” One of the action items in the USWA’s watershed plan is to protect and restore wetlands, which overlaps directly with DUC’s priorities, she noted. The USWA is in the implementation phase of their watershed protection plan since the outline had been completed in October 2010. The plan includes 40 key actions in total. The items are sorted into four areas: education, programs, research and lobbying. East said education is important, and they have been sending newsletters

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out, as well as attending trade shows to increase awareness of the importance of water in the watershed. Komarnicki said he often wonders what it takes to ensure that the public is behind conservation projects. “Education is probably one of the biggest parts of it,” he said. “It seems like (DUC and USWA) have very much in common. I can see your goals are such that you can work together in a partnership.” He stressed the importance of volunteers for conservation and DUC, noting Dick Henders’s long time local volunteer work for the organization. “He’s been here as long as I can remember doing volunteer work. The wetlands have been capturing carbon, sequestering (it) for a long time without the investment of $1.4 billion, for sure,” Komarnicki said, alluding to the recent investment of that money to retrofit a stack at the Boundary Dam Power Station. “We have three dams in our constituency. From your association’s point of view I can see where it’s very exciting, and perhaps challenging, to work within that kind of atmosphere. We have

oil and gas exploration. We have RM roads acting as dikes and you’ve got the railway, and they’re diking. When you have a wet year like this, it becomes very interesting how you handle all that.” Brent Kennedy, Saskatchewan manager of provincial operations for DUC, also spoke, saying the organization’s primary goal is to protect and restore nesting habitats. He told the attendees that Saskatchewan accounts for about one-third of all North American breeding ducks. “(It is) the most important jurisdiction by far of any province or state on the whole continent,” said Kennedy. One of the major challenges Kennedy said DUC faces in this area is ongoing loss of the wetlands in southeast Saskatchewan, and the unauthorized drainage. “The wetlands provide many benefits, benefits that we know much more about today than we did a few years ago,” he added. “Those benefits no doubt include habitat for waterfowl and wildlife, but just as important, and maybe more important to much of society, are the other benefits.”

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He noted recharge of groundwater, restoring nutrients like phosphorous and nitrogen, which appear in lakes, as well as storing carbon and reducing greenhouse gases. “Probably most important in a year like this, is wetlands store water. They act like sponges and help to reduce downstream flooding. Much of the water that moves through streams and rivers, the Souris (River) being a good example, is a result of upstream drainage.” He said in order to maintain wetlands, as a province, there needs to be new and effective wetland policy. DUC has been speaking with the province about that already, he said. Kennedy said DUC will buy land for conservation purposes but is doing more with private landowners who come to them with their own conservation projects in mind. “We do buy some land and manage those lands for conservation and agriculture, much of our conservation is focused now with private landowners,” he noted. Staff in the new office are East, formerly of DUC, and Kylie McRae, currently with DUC, who are both professional agrologists, while Dwayne Donald is the conservation programs specialist for DUC.

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Rugby World Cup full of hakas and beards In a barbarian’s game played by gentlemen, Canada’s gentlemen are The Beardos. The Rugby World Cup kicked off a week ago in New Zealand with two ceremonial, pre-match challenges: the New Zealand All Blacks Haka and the Tonga Sea Eagles’ Sipi Tau. Both nations are from the south Pacific and the traditional challenges stem from those island cultures. Canada was the last team in the tournament to see action Tuesday night, and after facing Tonga’s Sipi Tau challenge before the opening kickoff, beat the 12th-ranked Tongans 25-20. Canada is ranked 14th in the world entering the contest. I love international competitions, whether it’s the World Juniors, the Olympics or the World Cup. The Rugby World Cup is no different. There are a number of things that I’ve noticed from the early matches so far: the game officials run the show, and they do not put up with gripe from anybody. The Japan and France game was spectacular. The score doesn’t show it at 47-21, but the Japanese team held their own against the fourth-ranked French team who capitalized on a few Japan mistakes. Down 25-11 at the half, Japan rallied to close the gap to 25-21 before the French scored 22 points in

Jordan Baker Thoughts From My Fingers the final 10 minutes. During the game, a player went down with an injury near where a scrum was to take place. The team medics ran onto the field, but because of the injured player’s close proximity to where the game would continue, the official told the player to get up. He then turned to the medics and said, “Move on,” waving them back to the sidelines. Norm Park doesn’t like the NFL because of the breaks allowing oxygen-deprived players to catch their breath. Well, he would love watching a sport where the game doesn’t break for an injured player. They just play around him. As they say, it is a barbarian’s game. That brings me to Canada’s barbaric beardos. Saskatoon’s Hubert Buydens, Adam Kleeberger and Jebb Sinclair complete this trio of burly, bearded brethren, who all played a big part in the win over

Tonga. Sinclair opened the game’s scoring with an early try. Kleeberger was voted man-of-the-match. A story on Rugby Canada’s website, titled The Beardos Cometh, says the three men are now under strict orders not to shave until the tournament has ended. Buydens and Sinclair have been playing together in Wales for the RGC 1404. Buydens grew his beard longer, and Sinclair decided to follow suit. Kleeberger’s growth is more like a mane, with his wild hair and Grizzly Adams beard making him the front-runner on any television show called So You Think You Look Like a Lion. At one point during the opening match, one of the commentators pointed out that Kleeberger is 27, but his beard is a few years older than that. Canada’s opener was a nail-biting match. Both teams missed opportunities to break out for tries. Canada was up 10-0 before the Tongans scored a try just before halftime, and then fell back 20-13 in the second. After a couple of impressive defensive stands, Canada scored two tries, missing one conversion to take the lead with just seven minutes to play in the match to a claim an opening-game victory. Cheer for Canada. Cheer the beards.

Food safety, resposibility of consumer It was interesting to see a recent story about the recent Cairns Group ministerial meeting in Saskatoon. It marked the first time group members discussed ways scientific innovations and rules-based trade may help meet global food security objectives. The idea of food security is one we should consider for a variety of reasons. On one hand, the basic idea is one we should generally embrace. Safe food is important for us all since food is one of life’s essential. On the other hand, the more rules established around food security, the greater the red tape and costs farmers are likely to face in marketing their crops and livestock. We have deemed food traceability a key aspect of food safety and that means all the way from the farm gate to the kitchen table. And while the processing sector will be able to pass on its costs to consumers, farmers are not likely to see new costs factored into what they receive from the marketplace. There is however, a growing question about whether we are maybe going so far in establishing rules that in the process, we are about to lose a huge part of our food heritage. I think about one of my favourite shows on television right now regarding food; Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern. The host travels the world eating the weirdest foods he can find, possum and raccoon in the Ozarks; whole deep fried chicks and partially incubated eggs in the Orient; worms, bugs, tarantulas and in almost every country, some of his favourite foods are found being sold by street vendors. That has always been something I have

Calvin Daniels Trader Agriculture Columnist thought my city of Yorkton lacked, a street vendor selling perogies and hot dogs. Of course to operate such a business now in Canada is something where people need to be ready to work through a ton of regulations to make it a go. And it goes farther. A rib barbecue competition at the local summer fair took a long visit from health inspectors to get the go ahead. Yes, safety is important, but backyard barbecues are not exactly alien science competitors we’re foreign to. An upcoming cultural event in the city isn’t sure cultural foods will be part of the offerings because the regulations are simply daunting. Neighbourhood and community potluck suppers, and even the farmers’ market sale of cooked goods is becoming ever more difficult. Do we need rules? Well to say no would be anarchist talk, but at the same time I have attended a lot of rural fairs and sports days where I ate cold cut dinners, potato salad with eggs and salad dressing included, and I don’t recall an upset stomach, and that was in years before most of the current rules regime existed. I will grant that when I was a youngster,

food might well have been safer in the sense the potatoes in the salad likely came from the family garden of the cook, and the eggs from their chicken coop. The control over the food we ate was much more in our hands. We knew if a pig was sick, we never butchered that animal in the fall. We actually picked the animal out of the pen, shot it humanely and lifted it with a block and tackle and disposed of it ourselves. It was the same with chickens. And, most of the vegetables we ate came from the garden. They were canned, frozen or saved in cold storage for winter. Much of the fruit was even gathered blueberries, saskatoons and chokecherries in the wild, currants, raspberries, rhubarb, gooseberries and strawberries from the garden. I grew up eating food I helped raise and put up for winter. Now, I can tell you in my own case I haven’t grown a thing to eat in more than a decade, and with the exception of the occasional farmers’ market purchase from an area producer, I rely on food grown by others - often hundreds, if not thousands of miles away - processed by others, trucked by others, and handled by far too many others before I eat it. So I am left to wonder if rules that impact barbecue events, cultural food sales at local events, potluck suppers are what are needed for safer food? Or, do we need to take more personal responsibility for our own food, growing more of it, processing more of it, and cooking more of it?


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Is one better than the other?

I’ve been a member of Facebook for years now (I’m old, remember?) and have gone through periods of addiction and obsession (usually during finals and midterms). Had someone suggested to me six months ago that Twitter was equally valuable, I would have laughed obnoxiously, then posted a passive-aggressive status about the lameness of Twitter and the people who love it. However, things have changed for me. I originally set up a Twitter account as part of an Introduction to Internet class I took in my first year of university, but I didn’t really use it. I may like to rant in a weekly column, but I honestly don’t think I have enough random thoughts and observations to really make an interesting Twitter feed. This past spring, I tentatively resumed using Twitter again, spurred by my sister’s involvement and clear love for Twitter. Nearly half a year later, and I’m torn between my first love Facebook and the new kid on the block, Twitter. Both offer me nearly unlimited stalking opportunities, which I really value in my social media. Beyond that, they seem to be very similar and it’s tough to pick a favourite. For one, both Twitter and Facebook allow easy picture sharing. Both are very immediate with this, especially when one has a Smart phone and has downloaded those convenient little apps. However,

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Facebook does allow the posting of albums, which are super nice when you need to document your sloppy weekends. Definitely classy and great for employers who want to know about your keg stand abilities. I can’t decide if this really is a positive quality – call it a draw? Twitter and Facebook easily allow people to share what’s on their minds. This is great for people who make witty, clever or funny observations about their daily lives or the world around them. However, this also allows the moron you sat beside in Math 20 to spam you with non-stop “my life is so awesome/pathetic/ annoying” updates assuming you accept his/her friend requests or decide to follow him/her, for some reason. At least Facebook gives you the option to hide updates from the friends you don’t want to constantly read about. Facebook and Twitter make it easy to know your favourite celebrities. I love waking up to recording updates or sound bites from my favourite musicians, or seeing the cool costumes and makeup of awesome actors. It definitely makes them

seem more relatable. I think Twitter is best for this, because Facebook forces you to read all the garbage other less-coolthan-you fans have posted on the artist’s wall, which is a downer. Of course, both media leave room for fake accounts that fool unsuspecting fans. And there’s the added threat of learning that your favourite reality star is an idiot, because without a PR person or producer breathing down her throat, she is able to tweet all of the useless garbage she so often thinks. I guess that Twitter and Facebook have downsides in this area. Clearly Twitter and Facebook are awesome. They allow us to be super egotistical and often creepy with few repercussions. It’s going to take me a long time to choose a personal favourite, though it’s unlikely that I’ll ever commit to using just one. Maybe there’ll be a super social media in the future that somehow puts them both obsolete? Guess we’ll see. Maybe this is a stupid thing to spend time dwelling on? Most definitely. Tonaya would love to hear your take on the irrelevant Twitter vs. Face-

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Does Rider pride define Saskatchewan people?

He She By: Jordan Baker

Having only lived in the province for nine months, and being an Argos fan—you can submit your derisive verbal hurls in the comment section on the Mercury website—I can say with absolute certainty that there is little about the Prairies that shapes the livelihoods of Saskatchewan people quite like the Roughriders. Take this year’s EBEX Awards that were hosted at Spectra Place for example. The original date had to be moved to the following day because the Riders’ home opener conflicted with the planned date. Rider pride shows Saskatchewan’s commitment to what is homegrown. I’ve seen so many cases where people love to hate the home team. Perhaps Canada’s most well-known and successful golfer, Mike Weir, has fallen off the professional golf radar and for the first time in either of our lives, I am making more money than Weir. I’ve heard people say he was never that good, he got lucky and won one tournament (The Masters), and then rode that success for the rest of his career. This is a guy who not only won The Masters but earned almost $27 million in his career so far. I’d say that’s a successful career. While the best way to describe Argos’ fans is apathetic, Rider fans are nothing if not enthusiastic. There is no such thing as an inferiority complex for Rider fans. Fans do take a lot of pride in their football team. Rider fans are an interesting breed. Lots of die-hard sports fans would do a lot for their team. Rider fans would do more. Rather than hating the home team, people in Saskatchewan love and demand a lot from their Riders. It’s tough love, but it’s love. The Roughriders started the 2011 season 1-7. A receiver comes back into town to don the emerald jersey, the team goes on a two-game winning streak and Rider fans are back expecting a playoff run. Who cares that the Riders are still winless inside the division. A lot of fans would have checked out for the season. I know I have with the Argos. There’s always 2012 for them. I really do admire the dedication you Rider fans have for your team, but not so much that I’m going to jump off the Argonauts’ ship. Look, I’ll cheer for the Riders when they aren’t playing Toronto. I just won’t wear anything green.

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Yes, yes it does. The way I see it, there are two types of Saskatchewan people: Rider fans, and not Rider fans. Rider fans love the team year round, spend copious amounts of time discussing plays and players, and own excessive amounts of green clothing. They idolize the Riders and if given the choice between saving Ken Miller or their grandmas from a psychotic robot monster, they’d likely take one for the team (pun intended) and save Mr. Miller from a mechanical demise. Well, I may exaggerate a bit, but a lot of Rider fans are ridiculously hardcore. Thinking back to the Riderville competition last summer, didn’t one of the communities paint an entire street green? That’s intense. Non-fans are those who simply don’t care, and also bandwagon jumpers like myself. CFL (and football in general) just isn’t my thing, but toward the end of playoffs I can rally a bit of support for the local team and get in on the celebrating. The Grey Cup kind of turns into St. Patrick’s Day for every non-Irish person out there who wants to enjoy some green beer and throw a sick party. I’m hardly a true, loyal-to-the-end fan, though, and don’t deserve to be considered among the hoard of crazies. The division between fans and non-fans always seems to come out in social events, making it super obvious that we are a province defined by our favourite pasttime. Getting to know people during orientation/welcome week at university, one of the first questions I was asked by a student was whether or not I like football and the Riders. And I lied and faked a bit of interest, because no one wants to be written off as a non-supporter. It’s practically blasphemy to suggest that the Riders may not be the top priority during the summer months. I’m not complaining, as I can’t say I’ve ever been discriminated against for being a Rider bandwagon jumper. We might be a province defined by our majority’s crazy love for football, but we’re also fairly accepting and willing to let fake fans like me enjoy the team’s successes. Though if I said I was a Stamps fan, maybe I’d get a less positive reception? Eh, I’m not going to test that theory out.

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No one is dying to protect Canadian oil Over the past three years as editor of Pipeline News, Saskatchewan’s petroleum monthly, combined with my previous work as a pipeliner, I have had an opportunity to visit almost every area of the Saskatchewan oilpatch. From Onion Lake in the northwest, to Dodsland in the west, Shaunavon in the southwest, Lake Alma in the south and Redvers in the southeast, I put tens of thousands of kilometres on my truck each year visiting these sites. Over that time, I have not been shot at once. I have not been escorted onto sites by heavily armed mercenaries or, former special forces soldiers making hundreds of thousands a year to keep away the bad guys. My tires may be balding, but they have not once come in danger of rolling over and setting off an improvised explosive device. I have not once been stopped at a checkpoint where a dozen soldiers had their laser-sighted assault rifles trained on me. The only soldiers I have seen were in the corner store at Wainwright, Alta., adjacent to the local army base. No mortar bombs have landed near my hotel rooms. As a pipeliner, I have worked on two major projects: Enbridge’s 1998

Brian Zinchuk From the Top of the Pile Terrace B expansion, and the Alliance Pipeline in 1999-2000. I spent 2009 covering the Enbridge Alberta Clipper. At no point in time was there any concern about these pipelines being blown up by insurgents and causing mammoth spills. The biggest threat was chemistry, where corrosion finds its way into the pipe via defects in the coating. To guard against that, you used melted epoxy, not an M-16. Never, ever, in my time in the oilpatch, have I seen an armed guard of any type, much less an infantry platoon. It is with this in mind that I must reflect on the absurdity of the protests in the United States against the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline. Al Gore says Canadian oilsands oil is dirty oil, so it must be true. Apparently the former Lois Lane, Margot Kidder, agrees, as she was arrested at a Keystone XL protest in Washington. Perhaps the former vice-president, one whose administration bombed the

crap out of the Balkans, forgot there are other forms of dirty beyond carbon dioxide. Like blood. It doesn’t wash out that easily. Out damned spot! Out, I say! Americans have spent the last eight years coming home in body bags from Iraq, a war that had nothing to do with 9/11 and everything to do with Middle Eastern oil. No American soldiers will come home in body bags from Fort McMurray. Nearly 4,500 have died in Iraq. That is dirty oil. No trillions of dollars have been spent fighting a war in Canada for oil. The cost of all the oilsands projects in Fort McMurray over the last five years likely wouldn’t cover a third of U.S. military spending for one year. The Keystone XL pipeline project’s total cost will be less than a week’s spending for the U.S. military. Perhaps the protesters should find some supertanker terminals to protest. It appears they would rather get their oil from

Iraq, where they still have troops, or Saudi Arabia, homeland of Osama Bin Laden and the majority of the 9/11 terrorists, than from Canada. If the U.S. really wanted to clean up its act on “dirty oil,” they could have spent hundreds of billions on research and development in higher efficiency vehicles, carbon capture, and coal gasification, instead of mercenaries and bombs. Not only would the outcome have been longer lasting and meaningful in a climate change aspect, it would have also reduced U.S. reliance on the truly dirty oil with blood stains on the barrel. Brian Zinchuk is editor of Pipeline News. He can be reached at brian. zinchuk@sasktel.net

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ping 500 buildings. • Unless you’re employed in the publishing field, you might think that a typographical error is rather insignificant, something that only nitpickers worry about. Typos, however, sometimes radically change the meaning of text. Take, for example, the 1631 edition of the Bible published by the royal printers in London. A word was left out of one of the Ten Commandments, resulting in the exhortation, “Thou shalt commit adultery.” This book is now known as the Wicked Bible or the Adulterous Bible. Robert Barker and Martin Lucas, the publishers responsible for the error, were fined 300 British pounds, or

about $54,000 in today’s currency. • You might be surprised to learn that author Norman Mailer, best known for his novel “The Naked and the Dead,” majored in aeronautical engineering when he was in college. • For reasons surpassing understanding, in 1845, the city of Boston made it mandatory to have a doctor’s prescription before taking a bath. *** Thought for the Day: “A man has to live with himself, and he should see to it that he always has good company.” -- Charles Evans Hughes (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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PUBLIC NOTICE INTERIM DEVELOPMENT CONTROL BYLAW VILLAGE OF ROCHE PERCEE NEW BYLAW Pursuant to Section 80 of The Planning and Development Act 2007 the council of Village of Roche Percee hereby gives notice than an Interim Development Control Bylaw has been adopted, and in effect September 15, 2011 shall come into force on the date of approval by the Minister responsible for administering the Act. PURPOSE OF THE BYLAW The purpose of this bylaw is to enable council to regulate development within the municipality while the council is preparing an Official Community Plan and Zoning Bylaw. These bylaws will assist council in making municipal decisions regarding land use, service, roads and the environment. PERMITS REQUIRED Accordingly from the date described above until further notice, no person shall carry out ANY development within the Village of Roche Percee unless he/she has applied for and received written permission from council. Development means the carrying out of any building, engineering, mining or operations in, on or over land, or making of any material change in the use or intensity of the use of any building or land. Your co-operation is requested and appreciated. Charlotte Wrigley

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distractions. It was a big win in a hostile place. The men showed a lot of character.” The turning point in the game had to be the first-half sack on Winnipeg quarterback Buck Pierce by rookie Rider safety Craig Butler in which Pierce’s helmet went flying for 10 yards. Pierce was never the same after that, as he threw five interceptions on the day, two of which were picked off by Butler. It was the season debut for Rider slotback Andy Fantuz and he was limited to just two catches. However his impact on the game was immense. “They were doubling Fantuz all day and it opened up things for Getzlaf and Dressler,” Durant explained. “That’s the impact he has, the attention he draws from the defence. They can’t just key in on Getz and Dress anymore and that makes us a whole other animal to deal with.”

It’s difficult to explain the grip Ken Miller has on this team but it’s immense. The firing of coaches Greg Marshall and Doug Berry on August 19 was criticized by many across the land, even by some in the Rider Nation, but the critics have nothing to say now; at least not at the moment. The club is still a distasteful 3-7 and out of a playoff spot, but they’re 2-0 under Miller. “It’s hard to say what the difference is,” Craig Butler said. “The locker room atmosphere, the way we practice now. We all believe. Sometimes you need to make a change and it’s been for the better. We’re playing Rider football from what I’ve seen watching this team the past four or five years.” There’s an old saying that “two’s a fluke, three’s a streak.” However if the Riders pull out another victory over the 2-8 Toronto Argonauts Saturday in Regina, I think we can safely say the Riders are back. (Rod Pedersen is the voice of the Riders on 620 CKRM)

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A new season of Koncerts about to begin The Missoula Children’s Theatre is once again kicking off the Koncerts for Kids season when the theatre’s bus pulls into Estevan for auditions Sept. 19. The theatre group out of Montana brings in everything needed for the production; everything except actors. It’s local talent that’s required to pull the show off successfully. Local students aged five to 18 are encouraged to audition for one of the more than 50 roles in the show. This year will feature a production of Alice in Wonderland. Having local children begin the Koncerts for Kids fall program gets the area’s youth involved in the arts early in the season, further getting them interested in the acts that will be coming later in the fall and spring 2012. Brenda Lyons, Koncerts for Kids co-chair,

said, “We find (the Missoula Children’s Theatre) is a great way to kick off our series. It just gets the ball rolling.” For eight years, the theatre has come into town to start the fall schedule. Lyons notices some of the benefits of having a production like that in Estevan after so many years. She said she recognized a number of the cast for Estevan Triple Threat Theatre’s production of Hairspray had previously taken part in a Missoula Theatre production. She said there isn’t a lot of opportunity for youth in the city to get involved in the performing arts before high school. “This is a spot where the kids can see if it’s an interest for them. If a kid isn’t into sports, this is a great outlet for their creativity.” Lyons said it is “amazing” to see the kids who are

part of the performance. With only a week of rehearsals that include singing, choreography and memorizing lines, the amount of growth

When they are excited about something they learn so fast. As an organizer, it’s great to see them be the best they can be.”

over the week is often significant. For the youth who do take part in the performance, Lyons said the experience makes drama and the theatre more real to them. When they come to the events later and watch the other performances, they then have a greater appreciation for what they’re seeing. “It’s amazing what these kids can perform. They’re like little sponges.

The performances in the Koncert for Kids series range from the musical to the theatrical and the comical. Lyons said they try to feature diverse performances. “We try to look for totally different things in the art world,” said Lyons. “It’s really amazing what some people do for a living.” All efforts are meant to increase the exposure to the arts for the area’s young people.

The second show in the series on Oct. 25 is The Trollsons, a performing duo who tell the stories of Hans Christian Andersen. The characters have incredibly lifelike, yet cartoonish, masks that add to the charm of Andersen’s popular tales. In the spring, Motus O - Circus Terrifico will bring their storytelling back to Estevan through interpretative dance on April 15. Lyons said the group has been in the city before for Koncerts for Kids, showing a whole new way to tell a story. “They are so professional. It’s great for the kids to see a story told without words.” She said getting children away from television and in front of a live performance gets them involved in the act. Last time Motus O was in town, she recalls talking with some of the

young audience members afterward, and without a verbal story the children were still able to follow and understand what the performance was about. Closing the season May 6 will be Infinitus String Trio, bringing a combination of classical and pop music. Lyons said she wasn’t exposed to enough classical music when she was younger, and this trio is a great way to get children interested in the music by playing familiar tunes from movies and television shows. Combining classical with pop can get kids interested because it “pulls them in with things they are used to,” said Lyons. Performances for the 2011-12 Koncerts for Kids season are all at Westview Elementary School and begin Sept. 24 with the Alice in Wonderland production.

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No help comes to drowning victim in Regina Provincial REGINA - Questions are being raised about why it took a Regina man 30 minutes to find help for his friend who disappeared while swimming. A woman who called 911 says there were people around Wascana Lake in front of the legislature on Saturday, but the man told her that no one would make the call. Lani Elliott says on Facebook that she was taking pictures when a

distraught and dishevelled aboriginal man approached her and said his friend had just died in the water. Elliott says the crying man told her that everyone he had asked ignored his pleas for help. A police spokeswoman confirms the man was last seen in the water 30 minutes before help was called, but wouldn’t speculate as to why there was a delay. The body of Darlyn Boyd Johns of no fixed address was found the next day.

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A news conference is scheduled in Sparwood later today. Kienan’s disappearance prompted a massive search around his home and an Amber Alert that stretched for days, which was eventually expanded into Alberta. Hopley, who is 46, is a convicted sex offender with a number of convictions in the past two decades that also include break-and-enter and assault. International THE HAGUE, Neth-

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Blue Bombers lose linebacker for season National WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Joe Lobendahn will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. The CFL club placed him on the nine-game injured list Tuesday after he was hurt in the Bombers’ 45-23 home loss Sunday to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The loss of Lobendahn is a big one for Winnipeg, which faces the Montreal Alouettes on Sunday with top spot in the East Division on the line. The Bombers also listed quarterback Buck Pierce as day to day with bruised ribs. He was picked off five times and was hit hard on several occasions in the loss. *** OTTAWA - World silver medallist Dylan Armstrong headlines the

list of 17 Canadian track and field athletes who will compete at next month’s Pan Am Games in Mexico. The shot putter from Kamloops, B.C., leads the prestigious Diamond League standings and is No. 1 in the world rankings. Armstrong won gold at the 2007 Pan Am Games in Rio. Christie Gordon and Angela Whyte of Edmonton will race in the 100-metre hurdles. Crystal Smith of Kamloops and Sultanta Frizell of Perth, Ont., will compete in the hammer throw and Krysha Bayley of Edmonton will be Canada’s lone competitor in the long jump. Winnipeg’s Victoria Robson and Jason Wurster of Stevensville, Ont., will participate in the pole vault while Kate Van Buskirk of Brampton, Ont., and Malindi Elmore of Kelowna,

B.C., will race in the 1,500 metres. *** BROSSARD, Que. Among the 31 players at the Montreal Canadiens rookie camp, none feels closer to cracking the NHL roster than right winger Aaron Palushaj. The 22-year-old from Livonia, Mich., is coming off a 22-goal campaign with the Hamilton Bulldogs and wants to be up with the NHL squad with his good friend and former University of Michigan roommate Max Pacioretty this season. “I’d be disappointed for sure,” he said of the prospect of another season in the America Hockey League. “My goal is to make the team out of camp this year.” His pro experience and the 22 goals he scored in Hamilton last season

may give him a step up on other top candidates in the rookie camp, including 2009 first round draft pick Louis Leblanc, highscoring Vancouver Giants right winger Brendan Gallagher or Shawinigan Cataractes left winger Michael Bournival. International NEW YORK, N.Y. - The start of the NBA season was thrown into doubt Tuesday after players and owners made no progress at a key labour meeting, with no further talks scheduled. Union executive director Billy Hunter says players were prepared to make a “significant” financial move, but found owners unwilling to budge off their positions. Union president Derek Fisher of the Lakers said he will tell players that “the way it looks right now we

may not start on time.” *** DENVER - Sebastian Janikowski was just a little bit disappointed with his record-tying 63-yard field goal that helped the Oakland Raiders beat the Denver Broncos 23-20 Monday night. “To be honest, I didn’t hit it that good. It barely got over the bar,” Oakland’s strong-legged kicker said after tying an NFL record with his monster kick as the first half expired. “I hit a 70-yarder in pre-game.” The Raiders (1-0) won in Denver for the fourth straight season in coach Hue Jackson’s NFL head coaching debut, and handed the Broncos (0-1) their first loss in a home opener since 2000. *** INDIANAPOLIS Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon

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Softer, gentler NHL season ahead? It could be a softer, more gentle National Hockey League when the 2011-12 season gets down to business in early October. No, the players won’t be wearing white skates with picks, nor will pink show up on any uniforms, but the forces that drive the best professional league in the world are leaning towards more slap, less punch, more push, less crunch. Don Cherry, he of the loudmouth opinion that a team first has to show its physical superiority before it can hope to succeed on the scoreboard, probably won’t like this evolution we’re almost certain to see. Conn Smythe, whose famous utterance “If you can’t beat ‘em in the alley, you can’t beat ‘em on the ice” has resonated through generations of hockey, might just roll over in his grave. But ... things are getting out of hand and finally, some intelligence is being wrapped in the package that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman is trying to sell to NorthAmerican hockey fans. For one thing, blows to the head are going to be dealt with harshly, and it’s about time. Sidney Crosby, the game’s No. 1 attraction, won’t start the season due to a head-crashing concussion he suffered last January. He has had nearly 10 months for it to heal and he’s still not there. The NHL can’t take the chance that more young stars may be “head-hunted” too, so talk about the headshot rule will dominate the 2011-12 season. There is also backroom NHL chatter about the elimination of fighting, which would be the game’s biggest change since the rover position was eliminated. The summer deaths of Derek Boogaard, Rick Rypien and Wade Belak, all of whom were star members of the NHL’s Fight Club, have got tongues wagging that perhaps the game doesn’t need fighting anymore. We don’t see it in the Olympics, and it’s rare to see it in the NHL playoffs - both pretty good stages for

Bruce Penton Sports Columnist tremendous hockey - so why does it permeate the 82-game schedule? Because there is a fan element who go to a game to see blood just as a race car “fan” goes to Indy hoping to see a 10-car pileup. But why cater to that element? Believe it, changes are coming. If they soften the game a bit, so concussions are rare - great. If a fight doesn’t break out, who cares? Let’s allow the best to perform without having to worry about death and brain destruction. • Comedy writer Jim Barach: Tennis great Roger Federer says “it’s been hard to watch” his friend Tiger Woods struggle with his game and personal life. He says it would have been much better if it had been Rafael Nadal. • From Dwight Perry of the Seattle Times: “Plans are underway to squeeze in another 6,600 seats behind Lambeau Field’s south end zone in time for the 2013 season. Hey, they don’t call them the Packers for nothing.” • Gene Wojciechowski, ESPN.com, after Green Bay’s 42-34 win in the 2011 NFL opener: “The only Packer not to do the Lambeau Leap was Vince Lombardi’s statue. Otherwise, it looked like a high-jump competition.” • Greg Cote, Miami Herald: “Rory McIlroy has won golf’s U.S. Open but never been ranked No. 1. His tennis-star girlfriend, Caroline Wozniacki, is ranked No. 1 but has never won a major. They make such an imperfect couple.” • Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel: “Houston Texans star running back Arian Foster is getting hammered because he put the MRI photo of his pulled hamstring out on Twitter. Personally, I’m just glad he didn’t injure his groin.” • Dwight Perry offers his “Tweet of the week” from jacko2323: “Maryland’s uniforms are so bad that a Miami player just said, ‘You couldn’t

pay me to wear those things ... well actually you could.’” • Headline at Sportspickle.com: “Tim Tebow now ranked No. 1 in NFL jerseys handed down to younger cousins.” • Brad Rock of the Salt Lake City Desert News, on Tulsa receiver Damaris Johnson’s girlfriend, a Macy’s clerk, selling him $1,238.75 in merchandise for 34 cents: “Rumour has it Johnson is now looking to find a girlfriend who works at a car dealership.” • Comedy writer Jerry Perisho, on tennis star Andy Roddick’s 29th birthday: “The man is married to Brooklyn Decker; what could you possibly get him that would make his life better? • NBC’s Jimmy Fallon, after police nabbed a NASCAR fan - drunk, naked and with a live raccoon in his car outside Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway: “Or as rednecks call that, the trifecta.” • Scott Ostler of the San Francisco Chronicle, after Tiger Woods said of his swing, “I can fix it.”: “So what’s he waiting for? Maybe he’s been busy supervising the tiling of the patio at his new bachelor estate?” • Janice Hough of leftcoastsportsbabe.com, has a Peyton Manning one-liner: “As the NFL season gets underway, there’s a new favourite in theAFC South. The Houston Texans. By a neck.” • Bianchi again: “A lot of people were upset because the NFL opener between the Packers and Saints bumped President Obama’s jobs speech out of prime time. With all due respect, Aaron Rodgers had a much better year than the Prez.” Care to comment? Email brucepenton2003@yahoo.ca

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“Bambi” Wall Pocket Q: I have a wall pocket of “Bambi” that dates from the mid-1950s. It is clearly marked “Bambi, Walt Disney Productions” and is in almost perfect condition with no chips or damage. The original price sticker of 80 cents is still attached to its bottom. Is this a yardsale item or something to save for my son? -- Rachel, Bethalto, Ill. A: The scene of Bambi learning to walk on ice from the original 1942 Disney production might just be the most famous sequence the studio ever produced for a feature cartoon. Your wall pocket is worth about $75. If it has

Estevan Minor Hockey Association will now be accepting applications for:

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the 1970s, and I purchased several of his comic books, including issues from February 1972, May 1973 and September 1973. Are they worth anything? -- Debbie, Hammond, La. A: The first David Cassidy comic book was issued by Charlton in February 1972, and that premiere issue is worth about $25 in near-mint condition. The other two are worth in the $10 to $15 range, again depending on condition. *** Q: I found several pieces of art while sorting through my father’s estate. They include work by Enoch Kelly Haney and Scott Bennett. Calls to dealers in New Mexico have gone nowhere. -Alan, Albuquerque, N.M. A: I would begin by

hiring the services of a good art appraiser to determine current values. You should expect to pay for this service. Two established art appraisers in Santa Fe are Suzanne Staley, 888-758-1118, and Bernard Ewell, 505- 9544113. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send email to questionsforcox@ aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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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.

The City of Estevan, Leisure Services Division is accepting applications from organization’s within the City of Estevan who are involved in sport, culture and recreation and are seeking Ànancial assistance. Non proÀt organization’s whose sole purpose is to provide sport, culture and recreational programming may be eligible for funding. The grant must be used for program development. The Application Deadline is Friday, September 23, 2011, at 4:30 pm for programs or projects during the Àscal year November 30, 2011 to March 31, 2012. Grant Applications can be found on our website at www.estevan.ca, or contact: Alyssa Schlamp; Leisure Services Division leisure.ofÀce@estevan.ca ph: 306-634-1880

STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS The City of Estevan is interested in obtaining input from the youth of our community as well as training future leaders. In keeping with this objective we are inviting applications from students in Grade 11 or 12 interested in participating as Youth Members of Council. These students will be appointed on a three month basis and be requested to attend an Orientation Session and all regular open Council Meetings. The Student Council Member will be a fully participating member of Council excluding the actual voting privilege on any issue. The student member will be provided the same information package as the elected members of Council. To qualify for this appointment a student must be currently studying in one of the following categories: Estevan Comprehensive School or Home Schooled Students. If you are interested in participating, please send us a letter telling us about yourself, which school you attend and give reasons why you would like to be Student Member of Council by September 23, 2011 to:

Jim Puffalt, City Manager City of Estevan,1102 4th Street, Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Phone: 634-1803 Fax: 634-9790 e-mail: citymanager@estevan.ca

SUPPORT WORKERS NEEDED Southeast Regional Victim Services is looking for volunteers in the Estevan City Police / Estevan RCMP detachment area to work with victims of crime and traumatic events by providing information, advocacy, support and referral. Victim Services is a police-afÀliated program. The following qualiÀcations are needed: * 18 years of age or older * pass a police security screening and take an oath of conÀdentiality * sincere interest in and the ability to work with people * successfully complete initial training program and participate in ongoing training and staff meetings Training is provided free of charge. Funded by Saskatchewan Justice.

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At The Library..... Sept 19th – Coffee House @ 7:00pm. Listen to the work of local writers and enjoy a nice cup of coffee. Bring your own work along to share if you would like. Poems, stories and songs are welcome! Support your local writers! Sept 23rd – Baby Lap Time @ 10:30am. Join Maureen for lap-bouncing Ànger plays, rhymes and songs designed to enhance language enrichment. Sept 24th – Feng Shui Presentation @ 1:00pm. A professional Feng Shui consultant will be at the library to give you tips on how to create balance and harmony in your life. Register by calling 636-1620. Sept 29th – Culture Days: The Write Stuff @ 2:00pm. Seniors are invited to a writing workshop to help get their creativity Áowing with tips on how to get started writing a piece of work, such as their life story. Call 636-1620 for more info. Sept 30th – Songs and Rhymes for Treasured Times @ 11:00am. Stephanie Fedak, Early Childhood Psychologist, will introduce parents and their children to Ànger plays, poems and songs while offering suggestions for adapting actions as their child grows and develops. For ages 0-5 years. The library will be CLOSED September 26th for staff training. Board members wanted. Please contact Kate-Lee Donohoe at the library for more information. Kate-Lee A. Donohoe BA, MLIS Branch Manager Estevan Public Library 701 Souris Ave. Estevan, SK S2A 2T1 Phone: 306-636-1627 Fax: 306-634-5830 kdonohoe@southeast.lib.sk.ca

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ESTEVAN THE ENERGY CITY Construction BULLETIN… Milne Crescent The City of Estevan is undertaking construction for Surface Works The affected area includes Orlowski and East and West of Milne Crescent Milne Crescent will be closed during the construction of the surface works. Property access and parking restrictions are to occur. This work will commence July 27, 2011 and will take approximately three (3) weeks to complete (subject to weather) Glen Peterson Construction Ltd and Souris Valley Paving will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations and specifications.

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 notification 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 specifications. 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.

Pool Shutdown The Souris Valley Aquatic and Leisure Centre annual pool shutdown will take place from September 6 - September 25. The pool will re-open Monday at 6:00 am on September 26. WHAT’S HAPPENING at the ESTEVAN ARTS COUNCIL?

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 affected. Theft or Vandalism If you see any act of vandalism, theft or anyone suspiciously tampering with equipment, signage or barricades please contact 421-7110, 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.

Water Main Replacement

The City of Estevan is undertaking replacement of Water Main at:              Souris Avenue – Seventh Street to King Street

The purpose of this work is to provide timely and cost effective replacement of existing cast iron water main with PVC pipe, replacement of existing water and sanitary sewer services from water & sewer main up to the property line and surface restoration. 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 August 22, 2011 (from Seventh Street) and will take approximately Eight (8) to Ten (10) Weeks to complete (subject to weather). Glen Peterson Construction Ltd. will perform this work within the current Bylaw regulations.  

Koncerts for Kids – concert: Missoula Children’s Theatre production of ALICE IN WONDERLAND. K-GRADE 12 welcomed to audition for a part! Meet at 4:00 P.M. SHARP – Westview School – September 19th.

Visual Arts – Art Classes beginning in October…

PUBLIC NOTICE CITY RESIDENTIAL LOTS FOR SALE ‘DOMINION HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION-PHASE 2’ Commencing September 5, 2011, the City of Estevan will make available for purchase a total of 24 Residential Single-Detached (R1 Zoned) lots located in the new phase of the Dominion Heights Subdivision. All prospective purchasers will be required to execute an option to purchase agreement prepared by the City, accompanied by the payment of a deposit amount. An information package outlining Parcel prices, sizes, and the terms of purchase may be obtained by contacting the Land Development Services Division, 1102 Fourth Street, Estevan, Saskatchewan, (306) 634-1821 or rdenys@estevan.ca All sales will be on a first come/first serve basis commencing at 9:00am, Tuesday September 6, 2011. Lot sales shall be restricted to one per customer. 5 lots available.

Are you looking for something to do? Tired of TV as an activity? Want to make a difference and be part of something bigger? Estevan Fire & Rescue Services is accepting applications for

PAID ON CALL FIREFIGHTERS (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.

Temporary Water Supply Temporary Supply of Water shall be made during the construction through the water tap outside the house during the week of August 22, 2010 (from Seventh Street). This may require crew to enter inside the house to complete the connection. This temporary supply may be connected up to 8 weeks. During this time water pressure may vary, however should not adversely affect appliances that use water. Interruption of water supply may result in some pockets and sediments enter in the plumbing. We advise that when water service is restored, please let each tap in house run for about 30 seconds or until water runs clear. Hot water may require running long enough to completely exchange water in the water heater. The City or the contractor shall not assume any responsibility of damage caused to any appliances such as washer, dishwasher etc, for being connected to temporary water supply. Please see attached advisory from the province on temporary water connections.

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.

The City of Estevan is seeking interested citizens to sit on the Estevan Development Appeals Board. If you are interested, please notify the following in writing by September 30, 2011: City Clerk, 1102-4th Street, Estevan, SK S4A 0W7 Ph: 306-634-1800; Fax: 306-634-9790 e-mail: administration@estevan.ca

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Wellhead Systems DRILLING LICENSES Fourteen licences issued to Monday, September 12, 2011 11I070 - Penn West Ingoldsby MC VU Hz ..........................................................................................1C6-7-4A4-7-4-31 11I071 - VOC et al Alameda East Hz ............................................................................................3D14-19-4C13-19-4-1 11I064 - CCEC Pinto Hz........................................................................................................................3C5-3-3B2-4-2-4 11I006 - Legacy et al Roche Percee Hz ........................................................................................5B16-27-2D16-26-1-7 11I065 - Arc Weyburn V6U 2Hz .......................................................................................................... 2B9-1-4A2-1-7-14 11I089 - Rake Red Jacket .............................................................................................................................. 5-32-14-32 11I084 - Rio Tinto Sedley ............................................................................................................................... 4-22-14-15 11I101 - Legacy Edenvale Hz .........................................................................................................3A9-13-2D1-13-6-33 11I110 - Pemoco Parkman Re Hz ...............................................................................................3D11-15-4D14-15-9-33 11I106 - Phase et al Manor 2Hz .................................................................................................... 2A2-36-2A10-36-7-34 11I100 - Legacy Alameda E Hz ......................................................................................................... 1A1-23-3B9-14-4-2 11I103 - Rio Tinto Sedley ................................................................................................................................. 2-6-15-14 11I102 - Rio Tinto Sedley ............................................................................................................................. 13-14-15-15 11I111 - CEEI Hardy ...................................................................................................................................... 13-36-5-21

RIG REPORT

11B030 - Crusader #2 .............................................. PBEN Fertile Hz.......................................8C15-10-4C11-10-6-30 11E076 - Canelson #22 ..........................................Fairborne Antler Hz ............................................2D1-2-3A3-1-7-30 11E263 - Advance #8 .......................................Questerre et al Ryerson Hz ..............................1D16-16-1C13-16-9-31 11A070 - Big Sky #77...................................... Legacy Nottingham East Hz .................................4D14-36-1A5-1-6-32 11F339 - Canelson #12 ............................................ BDOG Mair 2Hz......................................... 3A10-27-3A2-27-8-32 11F294 - Advance #3 ............................................... BDOG Mair 2Hz........................................... 3B7-35-4B5-35-8-32 11H086 - Tempco #3 .................................................Warrior Welwyn .......................................................... 9-16-15-32 11I001 - Advance #10 .......................................Painted Pony Hastings Hz ................................... 3B12-8-4B10-7-4-33 11E028 - Precision #205 ................................. Penn West Cantal South Hz ...................................1C5-7-4C7-12-5-34 11B104 - Precision #157 ................................ Penn West Queensdale E Hz ............................4C15-22-2D16-22-6-34 11H323 - Lasso #2 ......................................... Kinwest 08 et al Alameda Hz...................................4D8-20-4C7-21-4-2 11H023 - Canelson #24....................................Longview et al Alameda Hz .................................. 7B1-15-3B11-10-3-2 11F282 - Panther #2.............................................Athena Alameda West ........................................................... 6-6-4-3 11F283 - Panther #2.............................................Athena Alameda West ..........................................4B6-6-2D14-6-4-3 11E003 - Precision #120 ....................................CNRL Alameda West Hz .................................... 1B3-21-3A11-16-4-3 11H178 - Big Sky #34............................................... PBEN Arcola Hz ................................................1B4-1-1C5-1-9-3 11G169 - Encore #453 ....................................... Sundance Ochapowace........................................................ 6-5-18-3 11F146 - Red Dog #2 ...............................................Legacy Steelman .......................................................2C15-32-4-4 11H268 - Advance #5 .........................................Triwest Willmar West Hz ...................................... 4A9-20-3B4-21-6-4 11E112 - Advance #1 ........................................Spectrum et al Willmar Hz ......................................... 4A9-2-3A9-1-6-4 11C441 - Big Sky #96.......................................... PBEN Browning N 2Hz ....................................... 1B4-21-4B4-16-7-5 11H250 - Big Sky #2.......................................... Harvest Moose Valley Hz ...................................2D5-34-1A1-33-11-6 11E354 - Advance #2 .............................................Midale ViewÀeld Hz ..........................................4D3-30-3D1-30-6-7 11A443 - Big Sky #9.............................................. PBEN ViewÀeld 2Hz ............................................. 1A2-7-4A2-6-7-7 10J113 - Big Sky #6 .............................................. PBEN ViewÀeld 2Hz .......................................4C16-3-2D8-10-10-7 11A332 - Canelson #16........................................ Highrock ViewÀeld Hz ...................................... 4A9-23-3A9-24-10-7 11A370 - Red Dog #3.......................................... CVE Roche Percee Hz .......................................3D7-26-2D9-25-1-7 11E107 - Big Sky #7 ...................................... Legacy et al Roche Percee Hz .............................1B16-27-2D16-34-1-7 11A363 - Canelson #15.......................................CVE Roche Percee Hz ...................................3D11-26-1C14-35-1-7 11F330 - Panther #3............................................... CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ..............................................4D9-3-3D9-2-9-8 11G034 - Advance #6............................................. CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ..........................................3D16-3-3D16-2-9-8 11G024 - Advance #9............................................. CPEC ViewÀeld Hz .......................................... 1A2-15-4A2-10-9-8 11D108 - Precision #381 ........................................ CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ......................................2C12-24-1C12-23-9-8 11E099 - Horizon #34....................................... Painted Pony ViewÀeld Hz.........................................2C4-2-1C4-3-7-9 11C101 - Big Sky #4............................................... PBEN ViewÀeld Hz ........................................ 2B2-20-4B10-17-9-9

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THE ESTEVAN MERCURY DRILLING REPORT 11A413 - Canelson #10......................................... Legacy ViewÀeld Hz .........................................1B2-19-1D3-18-9-9 11C530 - Big Sky #48............................................ PBEN ViewÀeld 2Hz ......................................... 1B4-31-4B4-30-9-9 11C638 - Big Sky #3............................................... PBEN ViewÀeld Hz ........................................7A1-32-1D3-33-8-10 11F250 - Precision #409 ....................................... NAL Chapleau Lake..................................................... 13-18-14-11 11B143 - Big Sky #89....................................... Spartan Elswick South DD.................................1A2-30-3C16-19-3-11 11D090 - Canelson #21......................................Elswick Elswick S Re Hz ..................................2A2-24-1C15-24-4-12 11H155 - Precision #275 .............................. CVE et al Weyburn Unit Inj 2Hz.............................6D10-31-1D4-31-5-12 11H033 - Precision #418 ..................................... Husky Oungre East Hz .................................3D16-10-3C16-15-1-12 11C367 - Panther #3 ............................................... Husky Oungre Hz ......................................... 2A2-26-4B1-23-1-13 11H017 - Red Dog #1................................... CVE et al Weyburn Unit Inj 2Hz...............................8B4-6-2D10-36-5-13 11C655 - Lasso #1 .............................................Brownstone Elswick 2Hz ....................................2C5-25-1C7-26-4-13 11F365 - Savanna #40 ........................................ Palko Oungre SWD Re ...................................................... 8-16-2-14 11A086 - Canelson #25.............................................NAL Oungre Hz .........................................4B4-11-4C13-11-3-15 11G201 - Canelson #27 ................................................NAL Hoffer ............................................................3A16-8-2-15 11C078 - Panther #1 ..................................................NAL Hoffer Hz ..............................................1A14-6-2C8-7-2-15 11G076 - Canelson #25 ........................................... NAL Neptune Hz .......................................... 3B5-22-4A8-22-3-16 11F328 - Trinidad #4 ..........................................Arc et al Skinner LK 2Hz ....................................1D9-18-4B2-18-4-17 11E209 - Champion #45............................................. Vale Balgonie............................................................ 8-26-18-17 11D056 - Big Sky #45.....................................Enerplus Freda Lake VIU 2Hz .............................. 2B14-21-3B2-20-4-18 11F371 - Canelson #11 ........................................ CCEC Freda Lake Hz ........................................ 3B4-7-4B4-12-5-19

WAITING ON PROGRAM

11E319 - Fairborne et al Antler Hz ............................................................................................. 3D13-23-1C13-26-7-30 10L198 - Fairborne Fertile Hz .................................................................................................... 4C13-23-1C13-26-6-30 11A025 - Tundra Fertile Hz ........................................................................................................ 1D16-11-3A16-12-6-30 11G318 - Tundra Ryerson Hz ........................................................................................................ 3C5-15-2A9-15-9-31 10K199 - PBEN Ryerson Hz .......................................................................................................... 3C12-1-4C12-2-9-31 11A135 - Questerre et al Ryerson Hz ........................................................................................ 3C13-23-2D16-23-9-31 10J213 - Admiralty Welwyn ............................................................................................................................11-5-15-31 10H058 - Tundra Frys East Hz ................................................................................................... 2C13-12-1C13-11-8-31 10F204 - Renegade Fleming ..........................................................................................................................6-34-12-31 11B210 - Mosaic K2 Esterhazy 6 WSW .......................................................................................................12-26-19-32 11A311 - BDOG Mair .......................................................................................................................................5-26-8-32 11G077 - Admiralty Wapella.............................................................................................................................4-2-15-33 10E269 - Mosaic Esterhazy 2 EH.................................................................................................................12-22-19-33 10G299 - Reliable Wawota.............................................................................................................................8-13-12-33 10C024 - Triwest Wauchope North ..................................................................................................................15-4-8-33 10D050 - BDOG Parkman ..............................................................................................................................15-13-9-34 11F405 - Elkhorn Northgate Hz .......................................................................................................... 3C14-3-3B3-3-1-3 11A263 - Spectrum et al Willmar..........................................................................................................................1-3-6-4 10K093 - Nordic Sturgis ...................................................................................................................................4-11-35-4 10J234 - Midale Browning ..................................................................................................................................9-30-6-5 11B136 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ........................................................................................................... 4A16-3-2D16-2-9-8 11F090 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ......................................................................................................... 2B2-30-2C15-30-8-8 11E022 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ............................................................................................................2A2-15-3A2-10-9-8 11B310 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ............................................................................................................3B4-24-4B4-23-9-8 11C037 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ............................................................................................................3B5-24-4B5-23-9-8 11C283 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ......................................................................................................... 1D16-9-2D16-10-9-9 11A055 - CPEC ViewÀeld Hz ................................................................................................................2A4-9-4B4-4-9-9 11A276 - Legacy ViewÀeld Hz ....................................................................................................... 3C4-19-4C4-24-9-10 10J349 - Nuloch Tableland Hz ........................................................................................................3B4-28-3A1-28-1-10 10L059 - Nuloch Tableland Hz ....................................................................................................... 3D1-10-3D1-11-1-10 10B263 - Arc Tribune .....................................................................................................................................15-32-3-14 11A096 - CEEI Hardy South ............................................................................................................................5-17-5-21 11G138 - Petro One Rosebank ......................................................................................................................11-29-4-32

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A Come & Go Tea in honour of MEDA FOSTERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 95th BIRTHDAY at Creighton Lodge 1028 Hillcrest Drive in Estevan Saturday, September 17th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. No gifts please HUGE Estate Dispersal Sale Sept. 23, 24, 25 Weyburn, Sask. September 23: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. September 24: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. September 25: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Royal Canadian Legion 150 - 3rd Street NE Weyburn, Sask. For more info. go to: http://artandneedfulthings.com/weyburn-estate-sale Pierson Carnival of Crafts 33rd Annual Pierson, Manitoba Saturday, October 1st 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daylight Saving Time Over 85 Exhibitors 75 Door Prizes SADDLE-HORSE TRAIL RIDE Saturday, September 24 Roche Percee 9:30 a.m. Bring Bag Lunch $15 - Includes Supper Information: 634-4380 or 634-2432

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Linda Isabel Shauf May 4, 1952 September 21, 2006 A silent thought, a secret tear, Keeps your memory ever dear, God took you home, it was His will, But in our hearts, you live still. Forever loved! Forever missed! - Gerald, Michelle, Josh, Claudia and Monica

COMING EVENTS Estevan Antique Auto Club INDOOR AUTOMOTIVE SWAP MEET AND FLEA MARKET Saturday, September 24, 2011 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Estevan Wylie-Mitchell Hall Vendors Wanted Inquire to: Nathan Dies: 306-634-1909 Gord Stevenson: 306-634- 4396 Saskatoon Doll Collectors Club: Invites you to a Doll Show on Sunday September 25th from 11:00 4:00 at the Nutana Legion 3021 Louise Street . Contact: Marlyn Je n s e n @ 6 5 2 15 14 0 r mrsjdolls@sasktel.net.

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2011 DODGE 2500 CREW CAB SCT 11,000 km........................... $36,900 2010 DODGE LARAMIE Crew cab, loaded .................................... $34,900 2009 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4x4 ................................................ $24,995 2009 Mazda CX-7 40,000km........................................................... $29,900 2008 DODGE 1500 Q/C, 69,000 km ............................................... $23,300 2008 GRAND CARAVAN SXT 80,000 km...................................... $17,995 SOLD 2008 GRAND CARAVAN 75,000 km.............................................. $17,995 2008 3500 DODGE MEGA CAB, loaded ........................................ $31,995 2008 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT......................................................... $18,995 2008 JEEP COMPASS NORTH ..................................................... $14,995 2007 FORD F-150 XLT ................................................................... $17,995 2007 TOWN AND COUNTRY ......................................................... $14,995 2007 GRAND CARAVAN 79,000 KM..............................................$13,900 2006 FORD EXPLORER Eddie Bauer ............................................ $13,995 2003 2500 QUADCAB DEISEL LARAMIE ..................................... $21,900 2001 RAM 1500 SLT Low kms, Q/C, .............................................. $13,500 2001 RAM 1500 4x4 Q/C low kms .................................................. $10,995 2000 GMC 2500 DURAMAX fully loaded........................................ $21,995

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2008 RPM TOY HAULER, 26 Ft. .................................................... $28,500 2008 ROCKWOOD WINDJAMMER, 28 Ft. .................................... $22,980 2007 TRAIL LITE, 31 Ft. ................................................................. $18,600 2006 BRISTOL BAY 5TH WHEEL LOADED ................................. $31,995 2005 VAN GUARD 30 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER .............................. $20,995

Used Cars

2010 LINCOLN MKS Loaded w/Power roof, Navigation, 25,000 km ........................................................................................$36,995 2010 TOYOTA COROLLA S, 4 Door, 5 Speed, Loaded, 32,000 kms ......................................................................................$17,995 2009 VOLKSWAGON JETTA TDI diesel wagon, 76,000 kms .......$21,995 2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 DOOR LX auto, loaded, with only 37,000 kms ......................................................................................$17,995 2008 CHEV IMPALA loaded, only 35,000 kms ...............................$14,995 2007 CHEVROLET AVEO LS 104,000 kms .....................................$6,995 2007 FORD FOCUS ZX4 4 door auto 105,000 kms .........................$8,995 2004 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER TOURING EDITION 108,000 kms .......................................................................................SOLD 2001 MUSTANG V6, 5 speed, only 96,000 kms ...............................$5,995

Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans

2011 FORD RAPTOR CREW CAB 4x4, 130 km............................$63,995 2010 F150 LARIAT SUPERCREW loaded with navigation, 72,000 kms ......................................................................................$31,995 2010 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR loaded with 39,500 kms ..................$51,995 2010 F150 PLATINUM SUPERCREW 4x4 navigation, 91,000 kms ......................................................................................$34,995 2010 F150 SUPERCREW 4x4 XTR loaded, with only 27,000 kms ..........................................................................SOLD 2009 DODGE RAM 1500 LARAMIE CREW CAB 4x4 loaded with 40,000 kms...............................................................................$32,995 2008 F150 XTR SUPERCREW 4x4 only 68,000 kms.....................$22,995 2008 EDGE SEL AWD loaded, 125,000 kms .................................$18,995 2008 YUKON SLT 4x4 loaded, only 82,000 kms ............................$29,500 2008 DODGE NITRO RT 4.0L, V6, loaded, 105,000 kms...............$18,995 2008 F150 XTR SUPERCREW 4x4 5.4L, auto, loaded, 62,000 kms ......................................................................................$23,995 2008 ESCAPE LIMITED 4X4, Loaded, 92,000 kms .......................$18,995 2007 SATURN OUTLOOK XE 71,000 kms ....................................$16,995 2006 F350 HARLEY EDITION CREW CAB 4x4, 6.0L Diesel, loaded with 135,000 kms ....................................................................SOLD 2005 ESCAPE XLT 4x4 loaded, 107,000 kms................................$12,995 2003 F250 CREW CAB LARIAT 4X4 6.0 L, Diesel, only 133,000 kms ....................................................................................$17,995

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Used Trucks, SUVs & Vans 2011 CHEV TRAVERSE 18,000 kms .............................................$42,900 2011 DODGE CARAVAN ...............................................................$25,900 2010 SIERRA 2500HD 62,000 kms.................................................$39,900 2010 DODGE RAM 1500 SPORT BLUE 24,324 kms ....................$39,900 2010 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT Red , 20’s, 36,136 kms...................$29,900 2010 DODGE RAM, 3500 DUALLY SLT White..............................$42,900 2010 CADILLAC ESCALADE, 31,500 kms ....................................$62,900 2010 RAM 1500 SLT Grey, 45,000 kms .........................................$29,900 2010 RAM 1500 LARAMIE White, Loaded, 29,700 kms ................$39,900 2009 GMC YUKON White, 19,476 kms ..........................................$39,900 2009 GMC YUKON XL SLT Leather, 45,607 kms ..........................$39,900 2009 JEEP PATRIOT 87,000 kms, 4x4 ..........................................$15,900 2009 JEEP PATRIOT 63,000 kms...................................................$17,900 2008 FORD TAURUS X AWD, DVD, 98,739 kms ..........................$19,900 2008 FORD ESCAPE LIMITED 105,256 kms, Silver......................$19,900 2008 DODGE DURANGO LIMITED 45,000 kms ............................$27,900 2003 FORD SRW SUPER DUTY 163,360 kms ................................$8,900

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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN required in a very busy General Motors Dealership. We offer a Health B e n e fi t s P l a n , m o d e r n w e l l equipped facility, great training & above average compensation! If interested call or email Jayson Kowalchuk 306.331.7766 j.kowalchuk1@sasktel.net. Echo Valley Gm Fort Qu’Appelle, SK.

RVS/CAMPERS/TRAILERS

TRUCKS & VANS FOR SALE: 1999 Chev Silverado LT 1500 Ext. Cab, 4X4, 3rd door, P.W., leather, Lo-Rider topper. $5,900. Phone 842-7356.

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TRUCKS, VANS & SUV’s 11 GMC Yukon SLE 4X4, 7 pass, 46,589 km, factory warranty .............. $35,995 11 Jeep Liberty Sport 4X4 45,000 km factory warranty .......................... $24,995 10 GMC Z-71 LS Crew/Cab 4X4 62,000 km factory warranty .................. $29,995 10 Dodge Dakota SXT Crew/Cab 4X4 Flexfuel, 4dr factory warranty.... $24,995 08 Mitsubishi Endeavor SE AWD 4dr factory warranty sunroof ............. $21,995 08 Chev Silverado E/Cab LT 2500 HD 4X4, factory warranty ................... $19,995 08 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS AWD sunroof, leather, factory warranty ........ $21,995 08 Hyundai Santa Fe GL AWD loaded, factory warranty ........................ $19,995 05 Buick Rendezvous AWD CXL, 4dr, 7 pass, warranty ......................... $7,995 05 Dodge Ram SLT, Quad Cab, 4x4, warranty ....................................... $16,995 04 Hyundai Santa Fe GLS AWD 4dr warranty ........................................ $13,995 03 Chev Avalanche Z-71 leather, dvd warranty ....................................... $11,995 03 Ford Escape XLT AWD warranty ........................................................ $10,995 03 Ford Ranger Stepside Edge 2wd warranty .......................................... $8,995 02 Nissan Xterra SE S/C 5dr 4X4 warranty ............................................. $12,900 01 Pontiac Montana SE, 4dr., Extended Van, warranty, 7 passenger ..... $6,995 00 Chev Blazer LS 4dr 4x4 Warranty ........................................................ $5,995 97 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo warranty............................................... $5,995 95 Ford Aerostar AWD 4Dr, warranty ....................................................... $2,995 93 Chev Silverado E/C, 6.2 Diesel ............................................................ $5,995

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tortilla soup. Topped with crisp bean sprouts from the Asian market, cilantro from the garden and a handful of grated cheese and crushed chips, his version of Tex-Mex/Asian fusion made for healthy family fare. It even gets better when considering the three-minute prep time

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You’ll soon have a chance to take a big step up from where you are to where you want to be. Check it out first. Remember: Even the Mountain Sheep looks before it leaps. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) This week brings a challenge that could determine the future direction of your life. If you’re ready for a change, accept it with confidence. A loved one supports your decision. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A disruption creates a delay in completing your projects. Use this time to pursue a personal matter you were too busy to deal with before. You’ll find it will be time well spent. CANCER (June 21 to

July 22) You still need to be on the alert for any signs of problems that could create serious misunderstandings. A more positive aspect begins to emerge toward the week’s end. Be patient. LEO (July 23 to August 22) With things slowing down a bit this week, it would be a good time for luxury-loving Leonines to go somewhere for some well-earned pampering. Things liven up around Friday. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Single Virgos looking for partners are finally getting a break from Venus, who has moved in to make things happen. Attached Virgos see their relationships blossom. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) You’ve been working hard to get things done. Now take a breather and recheck your next step.

Career Opportunities

factor. No need to saute the chicken or chop vegetables ahead of time. Simply let your kids open five cans of basic ingredients while you unwrap a package of fresh chicken breasts. Dump all the food in the cooker, turn it to low, and soup’s on in 6 to 8 hours.

THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 Page 27 1 (4-ounce) can diced cooker and stir. Cook for another hour if you wish, green chili peppers 1 ( 1 5 - o u n c e ) c a n or ladle in large soup bowls. chicken broth 3. Add toppings ac2 pounds skinless, boneless chicken breasts; cording to taste. Serve or 1 pound for a less-dense with a green salad and enjoy fresh fruit for dessoup sert. Makes 6 to 8 servings *** Toppings: D o n n a E r i c k s o n ’s Grated Cheddar award-winning series cheese “Donna’s Day” is airing Cilantro on public television naMung Bean sprouts Tortilla Chips, crushed tionwide. To find more of her creative family recipes 1. Place all soup ingre- and activities, visit www. It doesn’t get much easier dients in a slow cooker and donnasday.com and link stir together lightly. Cover, to the NEW Donna’s Day than that! set slow cooker to low and Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna cook for 6-8 hours. Bjorn’s Slow-Cooker 2. When ready to Erickson’s Fabulous FunChicken Tortilla Soup serve, remove the cooked stuff for Families.” (c) 2011 Donna Er2 (14.5-ounce) cans chicken and shred into bite-size pieces with a ickson stewed tomatoes Distributed by King 1 (15-ounce) can black fork. Place the shredded chicken back in the slow Features Synd. beans

You might want to make some changes in view of the news that comes your way. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) The watchword for savvy Scorpios this week is “preparation.” Consider sharpening your skills to make the most of the new opportunity you’re about to take on. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21)

There might still be some loose ends that need tucking up if you hope to get that important relationship repaired. A new spurt of activity starts soon. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) It’s a good idea to keep the positive momentum going by finding and getting rid of anything that could cause you to stumble. Keep the

Carpenters Needed Coram Construction is looking for experienced carpenters to work on PCL Construction sites in Esterhazy & Estevan. Call 306-525-1644 or Fax 306-525-0990 www.coram.ca

“Pipeline on Wheels” ® Sub-Contractors wanted for the Lloydminster, Maidstone, Neilburg & Edam area.

QualiÀcations: ~ Class 1 License ~ Current Drivers Abstract ~ Truck must be equipped with Áuid pump and positive air shut down

Human Resources: Phone 877-875-5358 Fax: 780-875-5825 E-mail: astishenko@heavycrudehauling.com

path ahead clear and open. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A period of contemplation is advised before you make your next move. Be sure that where you decide to go is the right place for you. A health matter needs attention. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) That new energy surge that hit you last week continues to send out

good vibrations. Try investing a part of it in creating something noteworthy on the job. BORN THIS WEEK: You like to balance your personal universe, and in doing so, you help bring harmony into the lives of the rest of us. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

Experienced cooks wanted for fast paced environment, wage is dependent on skill and attitude, also seeking

reliable delivery driver. Resumes can be dropped off at: The Black Grasshopper Pub Attention: Heather

Employment Opportunity Outside Shipper & Administrator Receiver Village of Roche Percee

The Village of Roche Percee is accepting applications for an administrator. The successful candidate must possess a certiÀcate in Local Government Administration or the equivalent or be able to be certiÀed by the Urban Board of Examiners. This position starting date would be as soon as possible or an agreed upon date. Days of work are negotiable; resume, including references and expected salary must be received by October 15, 2011. Village of Roche Percee Box 237, Bienfait, Sask. S0C 0M0

Full time outside shipper & receiver required. Forklift and lumber experience would be an asset. Company benefits. Salary based on experience. No phone calls. Fax resume to Brian at Wood Country at 634-8441 or email resume to brianwoodcountry.estevan@sasktel.net

WOOD COUNTRY 407 Kensington Avenue, Estevan


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Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

PowerTech Industries Ltd. in Estevan is seeking Journeymen Electricians and Apprentices for work in the Southeast Saskatchewan Oil & Gas Industry. Experience: 1 year (preferred) Safety Certificates are needed. 1st Aid/CPR, H2S, WHMIS. Applicants must have a valid driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s license. Oilfield background preferred. Full benefits packages and RSP plan. Duties: Day to day electrical construction and maintenance in the oilfield.

Cook: Sun Country Health Region is looking for Journeyperson Cookâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in Weyburn, Estevan and surrounding area. Relief (casual) hours to start, rate of pay: $19.87 - $21.29

Special Care Aide: Sun Country Health Region is looking for Special Care Aideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in Weyburn, Estevan and surrounding area. Relief (casual) hours to start, rate of pay: $19.38 - $20.75.

Journeyperson Cook certificate Food Safe Certificate. Basic computer skills.

Personal care experience is preferred and applicant must be willing to work evenings and weekends and must obtain.

*If no qualified applicants, you must complete your journeyman Cook certificate within 5 years of hire, and also complete your Food Safe Certificate within 6 months.

Special Care Aide Certificate within 2 years of hiring.

Human Resources Sun Country Health Region Box 2003, Weyburn, Sk S4H 2Z9 Fax: (306) 842-8740 Email: jobs@schd.sk.ca

Human Resources Sun Country Health Region Box 2003, Weyburn, Sk S4H 2Z9 Fax: (306) 842-8740 Email: jobs@schd.sk.ca

*We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

NOW HIRING Part time Drivers

Applicant must have a valid drivers license.

Local SE Gravel operation is looking for experienced

Class 1A Drivers

Interested individuals can apply in person with resume to Pete.

Pay will be according to experience, Medical & Dental benefits available.

Downtown Estevan 634-2220

Fax resume with references and Drivers Abstract to: (306) 634-4167 or email: chamneycrushing@hotmail.com

is currently hiring



Operators and Crew Labourers



    

Downtown Estevan 634-2220 www.bestfoodinestevan.ca

For oilfield hauling and service work in Weyburn, Estevan and surrounding area We require: â&#x20AC;˘ 1A License with clean abstract â&#x20AC;˘ Pre-screen drug & alcohol test (provided) â&#x20AC;˘ Current safety tickets a definite asset but can be provided We provide: â&#x20AC;˘ Top hourly & hauling rates â&#x20AC;˘ Paid shop time for all maintenance on Company equipment â&#x20AC;˘ Scheduled days off that includes 2 weekends/month â&#x20AC;˘ Benefits package available For details call Scott at (306)634-0070 or Fax resume to (306)634-0071

1A, 3A Drivers/ Owner Operators

Brady Oilfield Services LP.



            

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Apply in person with resume to Pete.

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must have safety tickets

Permanent full and part time positions.

Wanted

www.bestfoodinestevan.ca

Bob Maurer Construction & Maintenance Ltd.

Servers

To Apply: Fax: (306) 637-2181, e-mail sschoff.pti@sasktel.net or drop off resume to 62 Devonian Street, Estevan, SK.

Interested applicants should apply in writing to:

Interested applicants should apply in writing to:

Send resume to: Fax: 306-842-4184 Email: bmaurerconst@sasktel.net Or Call: Tom Blondeau 421-1202 Bob Maurer 861-3668

Wage/Salary Info: Depending on experience & qualifications.

Weyburn, Halbrite and surrounding area. OilĂ&#x20AC;eld Safety CertiĂ&#x20AC;cates an asset but not necessary. BeneĂ&#x20AC;ts package available.



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Estevan Meter Service Ltd. is an oilĂ&#x20AC;eld service company operating in Southeast Saskatchewan since 1967, specializing in instrumentation, oilĂ&#x20AC;eld repairs, combustion service, and specialty supply items. We are currently seeking an individual to Ă&#x20AC;ll the position of

Counter Sales Person/Warehouse Duties will include inside counter sales, inventory control, various warehouse duties. Preference will be given to individuals with oilĂ&#x20AC;eld production equipment knowledge or experience. We offer full beneĂ&#x20AC;ts, bonuses, extremely competitive wages, and pension plan.

Please apply by resume to: dmartens@estevanmeter.com Only persons to be interviewed will be contacted.

Forward Resume and Drivers Abstract

P.O. Box 271 Midale, Sask. S0C 1S0 Fax: (306) 458-2768 sjuravle@brady.sk.ca kbrady@brady.sk.ca

Immediate full time position: Construction â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

Experience an asset but not required. Electrical background an asset.

Competitive wages and benefits Drop off or email resume to: # 6, Hwy 39E P.O. Box 1338 Estevan, SK S4A 2K9 Fax: 306-634-4476 mtarnes.acs@sasktel.net

Allied Cathodic Services L.P.

Only those chosen for interview will be contacted.


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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

CAREERS Wanted OWNER/OPERATORS For oilfield hauling and service work in Weyburn, Estevan and surrounding area We require: • 1A License with clean drivers abstract • Pre-screen drug & alcohol test (provided) • Current safety tickets • Truck must be equipped with up to date fluid pump & positive air shut-off We provide: • Sour sealed trailers with scrubber • Top hourly & hauling rates • Scheduled days off that includes 2 weekends/month • Benefits package available • In house shop rate For details call Scott at (306)634-0070 or Fax resume to (306)634-0071

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Lynco Construction Ltd Midale, SK

Positions Include: • Maintenance Foreman • Backhoe/Trackhoe Operators • Labourers 9Must have valid drivers licence 9Must have safety tickets (H2S and Àrst aid)

& age es k c a g fit p ive wa e n Be petit Com EMAIL RESUME TO:

edwin.Áannery@lynco.ca or fax to (306) 634•2297

OilÀeld Labourers Required To assist with oilÀeld tubular inspection in plant and on location. Applicants must possess a valid class 5 drivers licence. OilÀeld experience preferred but not necessary. Training will be provided to successful applicants. Please mail, email, fax or drop off resume to:

CREW FOREMAN/ PIPELINE FOREMAN Wage negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. Safety certificates required (H2S, Confined Space, First Aid/CPR, TDG, Ground Disturbance Level 2). Minimum 5 years oilfield experience.

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Class 1A license would be an asset. Applicants should be familiar with oilfield work/construction. Applicants must have safety tickets H2S, Confined Space, First Aid/CPR, TDG. In this position you will operate trackhoes, backhoes, graders, cats, etc.

LABOURERS Wages negotiable. Safety tickets required (H2S, Confined Space, TDG, CPR and First Aid) Interested applicants can apply in person, mail or fax resumes to:

McGILLICKY OILFIELD PARTNERSHIP #6 Hwy 39 East, Box 843, Estevan, Sk. S4A 2A7 • Fax: 634-4575 No phone inquires please.

Delivery Person Needed

The successful applicant requires: *Good Driving Record *People Skills *Ability to do some lifting

Permanent Full Time Positions

341 Imperial Avenue Estevan, Saskatchewan S4A 2H8 Fax: 306-634-2606 Email: estevan@guardianoil.com No phone calls please.

Hours: Monday to Friday 8am - 5pm

We offer a good starting wage & beneÀts Bring resume to: 906 5th St. Estevan, SK

K 5 WATER SUPPLY PURIFIED DRINKING WATER SALES & DELIVERY

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


THE TRADER EXPRESS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2011

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

L & C Trucking “Serving the Oil Patch for 54 Years”

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Housekeeper & Front Desk

Full and part time positions required immediately. Starting wage is $11.00 an hour for both positions. Apply in person with resume or call

Tower Inn

1117 3rd Street, Estevan, SK

634-6418

Lot Attendant/Car Detailer Great wages & full beneÀt package. Call Dustin at 634-3629 or apply in person with resume to: Family Owned Dealership Since 1937

TRUCK DRIVERS • SWAMPERS PICKER OPERATORS

1021 - 4th Street, Estevan

Phone: (306) 634-3629

Competitive wages, health plan, safety tickets an asset, but will train. Apply in person with resume or fax or email to:

24 Hwy 39 E Estevan Attention: Norm Mack Fax: 634-8699 Email: LCNorm@sasktel.net Resumes held in strict confidence

We are accepting resumes for various full time positions. Starting wage - $11/hr. If you are interested in joining our team apply in person with resume or call: Margaret - Subway 517 4th Street Estevan • 634-6616

Book Your Career ad Today!

Call 634-2654

11093VC00

Pumping & Stimulation Services Is currently accepting applications for:

Supervisors

Equipment Operators

Class 1 & 3 Drivers With Experience in:

Acidizing Remedial Cementing Nitrogen Pumping For our : Grande Prairie / Dawson Creek Branch Red Deer Branch Saskatchewan / Manitoba Branch With some of the newest equipment in the industry and 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 and PST, please submit your resume with a 5 year Driver’s abstract, to: Phone: FAX: E-Mail:

403-314-3090 403-309-3320 pumpadmin@technicoilcorp.com


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Check Heating Unit Before Cold Arrives

Q: Please settle an argument for me. I feel our heating unit needs to be maintained every year, while my housemate has an attitude of, “If it ain’t broke, don’t mess with it.” Who’s right? -- Jackie L. in Maryland A: While most homeowners don’t have their heating (and cooling)

systems checked every year -- or for several years, for that matter -- they should try to schedule a maintenance checkup at least every other year. A licensed air conditioning and heating professional can check the entire system, including ducting and vents, point out potential trouble spots and ensure the unit is working efficiently. In between maintenance checks, homeowners can do some of their own maintenance to keep the heating system in top

shape for winter. Fall is the best time to do this, before you need the heat. Here are some tips: --Change the air filter, even if it is relatively clean and was changed on schedule last winter. Once you start using the heating system regularly, replace the filter monthly. --Open vents and registers, check for debris and vacuum out dust and dirt. This not only keeps warm air flowing freely, it helps reduce allergies from dust and pollen. --Clean the blower

and motor housing. Often accessible behind the air filter, make sure these two important parts of the heater are free of dust and dirt. Wipe with a clean rag. If the housing is covered with a film of dirt, wipe with a rag dampened in soapy water to clean. Don’t use solvents or harsh chemicals on these parts. --If your heater is a natural gas unit, make sure the pilot light is working efficiently. Turn the burner control to OFF and wait three minutes for

Seedless Grapes Red, Green or Black, US No. 1, $2.18/kg

September 16 - 22, 2011 Sobeys Estevan 440 King Street Estevan, SK.

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the pilot light assembly to cool. Open the pilot light access panel. Turn the burner control to PILOT and light the pilot light (you may need to depress the control while lighting). The pilot light should relight fairly quickly and burn with a clean blue flame. That’s basically all a homeowner needs to do between professional maintenance checks. It may not seem like much, but simply inspecting and cleaning the heating unit each year can go a long

way toward preventing unexpected repair bills. HOME TIP: It’s important to locate the shutoff valve for your home’s gas system in the event of a leak. It’s typically near the meter. Send your questions or comments to ask@ thisisahammer.com, or write This Is a Hammer, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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