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Saskatchewan to assist with beetle fight in Alberta

Saskatchewan will be contributing $150,000 to the fight against mountain pine beetle in Alberta.
Weyburn Police Chief resigns

Weyburn Police Chief resigns

Howard Georgeson, Chief of Police of the Weyburn Police Service, has announced his resignation, effective the end of 2011. Georgeson expressed a desire to be closer to his family in Prince Albert.
Festival continues to bring carols to community

Festival continues to bring carols to community

It's not a contest, but for the 59th year an open invitation has gone out to all musical talents in the community to be part of the Estevan Rotary Club's annual Carol Festival.

PST exemption on children's clothing expanded

Premier Brad Wall announced the expansion of the children's clothing Provincial Sales Tax (PST) exemption on Nov. 15.
Holiday Train challenge about more than just bragging rights

Holiday Train challenge about more than just bragging rights

Weyburn Mayor Debra Button and Don Shumlich, manager of the Weyburn Credit Union, recently announced a friendly competition to collect food for the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

The Student Council started their Twelve Days of Fun Activities. Every lunch hour there is a game with great prizes. Last week, students dressed up in their holiday apparel to kick off this festive season.

Weyburn Comp. School news

Nearly 700 people were served at the fowl supper on November 29 and all proceeds went to support SRC activities.
Yellow Grass park lit up for Christmas

Yellow Grass park lit up for Christmas

The historic Allen Park in Yellow Grass is lit up brightly, and colourfully, for the Christmas holidays, with many of the trees, bushes and play structures sporting colourful strings of lights.

Winter weights postponed in southern Saskatchewan

The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure has recently advised truckers that winter weights will not come into effect in a large portion of southern Saskatchewan on December 1.
Hats off to the Victorian High Tea!

Hats off to the Victorian High Tea!

This year's Victorian High Tea, put on by the United Church, was another great success, and even busier than last year's High Tea. The event, which ran from 1:30 to 3 p.m.
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