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Mayor Button leads forum in Ukraine

Mayor Debra Button recently travelled to the Ukraine to take part in a two-day Gender Equity National Forum. Button helped to lead a Canadian delegation of mayors representing the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) at the forum.

Residents urged to drive safely

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of November 21 to 27: During the reporting period, police dealt with 94 calls for service. *On November 27, a complaint was received about a large house party.

Dickens Village Festival is here!

The 9th annual Dickens Village Festival is finally here! The town has been done up in mid-Victorian era splendour and everyone is ready for the weekend of fun and festivities begin.
RCMP continuing with Struble investigation

RCMP continuing with Struble investigation

Just days after her 21st birthday, members of the RCMP were in Estevan to continue their investigation into the disappearance of Courtney Struble.

Weyburn gives big at Festival of Trees

The Family Place wrapped up its annual fundraiser, The Festival of Trees, on November 24 with a Live Auction Gala and the commencement of the Silent Auction.

From the Carlyle Lions Den

Because of the election and the Happy Gang being the site of the advanced poll, we held our first meeting at the conference room at 8 Words Cafe with the added attraction of coffee and dessert.
The Nylons draw all-ages crowd

The Nylons draw all-ages crowd

Canada's most loved vocal quartet, The Nylons, performed on stage for 450 people at the Weyburn Comprehensive School Cafetorium on November 28.

Local businesses voted Best in Saskatchewan

Prairies North magazine has published the Reader's Choice 2011 Best of Saskatchewan results in their Winter 2011 edition and two local businesses have been named the best in their category.
'Grassroots & Cowboy Boots' tour set to take to the stage in Carlyle

'Grassroots & Cowboy Boots' tour set to take to the stage in Carlyle

Blake Berglund, Chris Henderson, Jess Moskaluke are set to take to the stage at the Carlyle Theatre on Dec. 5, as part of their 'Grassroots & Cowboy Boots' tour which has them playing at a number of venues throughout the prairies.

Local students receive Respect-ED training

Imagine if we lived in a world where the cycle of bullying could be stopped The Respect-ED program offered by the Canadian Red Cross aims to do just that.
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