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New Catholic Women's League president, new members welcomed

Weyburn CWL council discuss new resolutions

City of Weyburn to offer hazardous waste recycling at hall

Household hazardous waste removal is one way that every resident in Weyburn can stay green, and the engineering department will be running their spring program this Saturday, May 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Weyburn Fire Hall.
Luminaries honour those affected by cancer

Luminaries honour those affected by cancer

Cancer survivor Karen Satre reflects on two luminaries, purchased in memory of her mother Ruby Steinke and her grandmother Annie Johnson. Ruby passed in 2004, and Annie passed in 1976.

Opportunity for role in world premiere play "The Crazy Man"

The Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre is celebrating its fourth annual Summer Theatre Youth Development program with another world premiere production.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

By Greg Nikkel

Roundup May 14 Rider Pride lives in Weyburn

An event that is being called "Weyburn's chance to show their Rider Pride", the Weyburn Rider Nation Roundup, will take place this Friday, May 14, rain or shine.

Local author to have book signing in Weyburn on May 13

Former Weyburn resident Darren (Red) Neuberger will be returning to his home town on Thursday, May 13. He will host a book signing at the Weyburn Co-op Food Store between 4-6 p.m.
Spring cleanup with Care Home residents

Spring cleanup with Care Home residents

Grade 9 students from the Weyburn Junior High help clean up the flower gardens and yard of the Weyburn Special Care Home on Wednesday, with the assistance of Care Home resident Ernie Robb.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

We can finally say that spring is in the air and is upon us, presaging the favourite time of year for most Canadians, the one other than winter: "spr-ummer-all".
One mess that staff don't mind making

One mess that staff don't mind making

St. Michael School custodian Cheryl Wardel laughs after rubbing a pie into the face of Brianne Wlasichuk, one of the members of the Grade 8 'Tied-Dyed Tigers' on Friday afternoon.