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City and RM reaffirm commitment to planning

The City and RM of Weyburn reaffirmed their commitment to continue with the work begun as the Weyburn District Regional Planning Commission, with the acknowledgment the planning process will need to involve many more people and stakeholders in the We
Crowd gathers for demonstration at Wheat Festival

Crowd gathers for demonstration at Wheat Festival

Dave Carlson and his nephew Travis Carlson demonstrate how rope was made by settlers to Weyburn, during one of the heritage demonstrations held during the Weyburn Wheat Festival.
Métis travelers stop in Macoun on way to St. Victor

Métis travelers stop in Macoun on way to St. Victor

Orille Haugan, Linden Zinn and Bob Bamford sit around a table in their makeshift campsite, chatting jovially and relaxing after a full day of travel.
"No Rules", "No Holdbacks" for Bienfait Teen

"No Rules", "No Holdbacks" for Bienfait Teen

What's that old saying about judging a book by its cover?At first glance, Alex Neumann doesn't seem a likely candidate to be a skateboarder.
Local pianist to compete in National Music Festival

Local pianist to compete in National Music Festival

After competing at the local and provincial level, 17-year-old Meagan Milatz has qualified to compete in the prestigious 39th annual National Music Festival.

Average weekly earnings rise again for Sask workers

Average weekly earnings for Saskatchewan workers went up again in May, with a year over year increase of 5 percent.

Majority of crops cut in south Sask

Saskatchewan producers have 66 percent of the hay crop cut and 38 percent baled or put into silage, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly crop report from July 20 to 26.
National Communities in Bloom judges "impressed" with Weyburn

National Communities in Bloom judges "impressed" with Weyburn

The national judges of the Communities in Bloom (CiB) competition visited Weyburn on July 29, touring several parks, yards and City facilities. "Overall, I was impressed with the whole city," said CiB judge Margaret Bateman Elison.

New tobacco legislation takes effect August 15

The first provision of new tobacco legislation will come into effect on August 15 in Saskatchewan.
Macoun woman makes one-of-a-kind birdhouses out of recycled items

Macoun woman makes one-of-a-kind birdhouses out of recycled items

The Estevan Farmers' Market is the place to go if you're interested in buying neat, interesting, or tasty products with that special homemade or homegrown touch that you just won't find in a department store.