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Johnson to address "some serious stuff" at Harvard summit

Johnson to address "some serious stuff" at Harvard summit

From Beaubier to Boston, or more correctly Cambridge, a little spot just outside Boston home for a neat little post secondary institution called Harvard. You may have heard of it.

Attempted smuggling efforts foiled at border crossings

The Canadian Border Services Agency has provided another roundup of incidents and services provided by customs and immigration officers at two of the busier border crossing points in Saskatchewan (Estevan Highway and North Portal).

Weyburn RM to pay $1.25M for new hospital

The Rural Municipality of Weyburn is committing a total of $1.

Cripps gets 30 months

One of the people snared in December's major drug sting will be spending the next 30 months in prison.

Arson suspected in vehicle fire incident

A 27-year-old man is facing charges of impaired driving and driving while his blood-alcohol level was over .08 per cent as a result of Estevan Police Service intervention on the night of May 13.
Collage met the target and then some

Collage met the target and then some

The committee's target was 1,000 to 1,500 but the self-imposed target was 3,000.

New deputy fire chief in Weyburn

The Weyburn Fire Department has secured their new deputy fire chief. Evan Littlejohn from Richardson, Texas will be arriving in Saskatchewan on May 27. His first day on the job as deputy fire chief will be on May 31.

Police respond to break and enters

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of May 3 to 10: *On May 9, two young males were charged for theft under $5,000. The boys were caught stealing lawn ornament lights from the front lawn of a residence.

New construction and amenities on the rise

"The worst kept secret in town" is finally out, according to Weyburn Mayor Debra Button. The City has officially announced the creation of a new eatery, popular restaurant-chain Boston Pizza, in Weyburn.

Council considers automated refuse collection

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on May 10; here are the major points of interest: *Council is considering switching to an Automated Refuse Collection system in the New Year.