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Miss Universe contestant has small-town advantage

Miss Universe contestant has small-town advantage

When some of Canada's most beautiful and brightest women take to a Toronto stage this June, a small-town girl from rural Saskatchewan will be among them. Miss Universe Canada contestant Courtney Hewalo of Montmartre (pop.

Tenth annual Weyburn Show and Shine may be biggest ever

The 10th annual Weyburn Show and Shine will be taking place on Saturday, June 18. The event will be taking place throughout downtown Weyburn from 1 p.m. until 8 p.m., with around 200 to 250 vehicles on display. Registration will begin at 1 p.m.

EDITORIAL: Federal budget will bear watching

When federal Finance minister Jim Flaherty brought down his federal budget recently in the House of Commons, he jokingly began, "Now as I was saying in March ", as if he had merely been interrupted mid-sentence.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activities for the week of May 29 to June 4: Bridge: (Monday) 1st Marion Brown, 2nd Vern Leach, 3rd George Gillies. Bridge: (Friday) 1st Vern Leach, 2nd Jim Brown, 3rd George Gillies.

Prairie girl shows her true colours at art exhibit

Power and energy are strong in the paintings of Moosomin artist, Maggie Austin, whose artwork is currently on display in Weyburn. "I create, as most artists do, from a need to do so - what some call a painful incompleteness," described Austin.

Local dancers score big at "I Love Dance" competition

All eyes were on local students of The Dance Zone School of Dancing when they won 20 first place trophies and nine second and third place Honorable Mentions for their jazz, tap, ballet, and lyrical numbers at the Minneapolis competition of "I Love Da
Relay For Life changes venue to Crescent Point Place

Relay For Life changes venue to Crescent Point Place

The biggest news about this year's Weyburn Relay For Life fundraiser is the venue change, as it will be held at Crescent Point Place in the Exhibition Grounds on Friday and Saturday, June 10 and 11.

My Nikkel's Worth

It has been said that opinions are like noses - everyone's got one.

Weyburn's Amanda Duncan competes to be "The Next Big Thing"

Weyburn's Amanda Jane Duncan will be competing to be "The Next Big Thing" in the Big Dog 92.7 Country Talent Search this June. Nine emerging country artists have been selected and will perform live in three semi-final shows on June 1, 8 and 15.
Demonstrating the dangers of hitting power lines

Demonstrating the dangers of hitting power lines

SaskPower safety coordinator Cam McGillivray explains the dangers of what happens when equipment hits a power line, with the assistance of another employee Chris Goertzen.