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May 29, 2013

Top photo: Jared Stevenson (left) helps Mark Roebuck, operator of a special welding unit working on the CPR near Provost during May as a new piece of track gets prepared to be put down. Both of the men are from Yorkton, Sask. Roebuck, who works for Chicago firm Holland, was (earlier and later) fusing the new steel lines using electricity during a system called flash-butt welding (bottom photo). The CPR work crew now at Provost is one of the largest railway work gangs operating in Canada. More photos in the May 29, 2013 edition. ©Provost News Photos.

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More Crude Oil Pumped from Vast Provost Field

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• Truck Stolen

• Pudge Talks About Bicycles

• 6 People Arrested as 18 RCMP Officers Part of Raid

• Thinking Out Loud Columnist Lucie Trutnau Looks at Televisions Shows of Yesteryear

• Chauvin School Honours 12 Students at Graduation

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It’s Soon Senior Citizens’ Week: Do You Experience Senior Moments Very Often?
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