She is one of the most promising up-and-coming young actors Saskatchewan's southeast has to offer, but it's a wonder if she'll ever land a role playing a character of a matching sex. Lampman School's Sam Paxman has earned a fair bit of praise for a teenager who has only been a theatre brat for the past three years.
Another sure sign of spring? How about the annual re-opening of the Estevan Tourist Information Centre? That's what happened on Friday, May 17 when the centre was given an official launch, even though its doors had been unofficially open to greet visitors a few days earlier.
It was a somber team of trustees who gathered in the conference room at the South East Cornerstone Public School Division last Thursday. It was only a little over a week since the untimely passing of their fellow director Garry Hammett in a highway accident.
A trio of Stanley Cup champions commanded the attention of local hockey fans during the Estevan Bruins' annual sportsman's dinner on Saturday at Spectra Place. Marty McSorley, Bryan Trottier and Gary Leeman were on hand for the event, which is the Bruins' biggest fundraiser.
After a busy spring session that saw major changes to labour legislation, the provincial legislature came to a quiet close on May 16. The provincial NDP’s new leader, Cam Broten, was generally pleased with the legislature’s spring session, which was his first as party leader of the official Opposition.