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EDITORIAL: Dreams really can come true

Sometimes dreams do come true, but they take some patience before they can turn into reality.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfor the week ofNovember 28toDecember 4: Bridge: (Monday) 1stJim Brown,2nd Erskine Sandiford, 3rd George Gillies. Bridge: (Friday) 1stJoyce Hemphill,2nd Jean Janoski, 3rdAnnie Balzer.

Royal Conservatory silver medalist from Yellow Grass

Story:The Royal Conservatory presented Yellow Grass resident Torri Hill with a 2010 Silver Medal for scoring the top mark in Saskatchewan on the Grade 1 Voice examination.

Make your own gifts at Santa's Workshop

The Tommy Douglas Centre is holding a Christmas event for the whole family. The "Santa's Workshop" will give participants the opportunity to create their own Christmas gifts with the help of Santa's Workshop elves.
Cornerstone players serve knock out with Dickens production

Cornerstone players serve knock out with Dickens production

In a Dickens tale with a twist, the Cornerstone Theatre players managed to serve up another wonderful presentation for the Dickens festival this year.

Solomon's sophomore release a raw experience

When Lorri Solomon decided to go on her first American tour, she didn't quite know what she was getting herself into.

Envision Centre promotes awareness of domestic abuse

Envision Counselling and Support Centre used the week of Dec. 2 to 9 to shed light on the issue of partner abuse. Executive Director of Envision Patt Lenover-Adams stated that the "research and statistics on partner abuse is staggering.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

Two very well-known names came up at recent parole hearings, both cases making it to the national news on the strength of who was involved; the cases are very, very different, but some may argue, they show what's wrong with our parole system today.

Festival of Carols - Dec. 5

The Quota International of Weyburn Festival of Carols is coming to town. The 57th annual festival will take place on Sunday, December 5 at Grace United Church at 2 and 7 p.m.

Calling all artists to James Weir annual exhibition

Artists and craftspeople from Weyburn and the southeast Saskatchewan region will once again have an opportunity to display their work in the annual James Weir People's Choice Exhibition.
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