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Chamber names Fair Parade winners

The Weyburn Chamber of Commerce held their annual Fair Parade on July 5 as a kick-off to this year's 102nd Exhibition. The Chamber chose three parade entry winners in separate categories.

"Canada's worst neighbourhood" on display at gallery

A unique amateur photography project focusing on "Canada's worst neighbourhood" is on display at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery for the months of July and August.
A variety of rides offered at Weyburn Fair

A variety of rides offered at Weyburn Fair

Brady Mack and Braden Gotte hang on tight to their ride, as they enjoy one of the offered activities at the Weyburn Fair on Monday. The 102nd annual Weyburn Fair was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.


Souris River group looks to future

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfrom June20 to June 26: Bridge: (Monday) 1stStan Sampson,2nd Chris Diemert, 3rd Mildred Sandiford. Bridge: (Friday) 1stGeorge Gillies,2nd Chris Diemert, 3rd Bernice Carlson.

Music award recipient

The Helen Davidson Music Award committee has announced the recipient of the $2,000 scholarship. Britney Alexander will be the recipient of the 2010 scholarship for her piano playing skills.
Cruise Night held in downtown Weyburn

Cruise Night held in downtown Weyburn

Weyburn residents enjoy the afternoon looking at vehicles at Cruise Night held in the city's downtown core on Saturday. At Cruise Night there were antique and classic cars and trucks, special interest cars, muscle cars, motorcycles and more.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

Recently I read an essay by my daughter in Grade 12, written with tongue firmly planted in cheek about the justice system, and about how it ought to be dismantled because it doesn't really work anyway.

Wheatland Souris Challenge

The Southeast Connection Sport, Culture and Recreation District, in partnership with the City of Weyburn, are committed to providing a quality summer recreation program.

Summer art programs for kids

There is something to interest children of all ages at the Signal Hill Arts Centre this summer. The preschooler, between the ages of 3 and 5 years, can enjoy an eight-week art program on Tuesday or Thursday between 10 and 11 a.m.