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Take the trail less travelled

Take the trail less travelled

There is no hiding the fact that Saskatchewan winters are long, cold and often quite windy. But, this is no excuse to stay inside all winter and make the permanent indent on the couch just a little deeper.

Arcola puts a hold on this year's Robbie Burns Day

The Scottish community in the community of Arcola has had to put their annual Robbie Burns Day celebration on hold for this year.
Weyburn Arts Council relies on the kindness of art lovers

Weyburn Arts Council relies on the kindness of art lovers

The 28th annual James Weir People's Choice art exhibition is now in full swing at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery, thanks to the support of a long-time Weyburn businessman and art lover.
High praises to the Happy Nun

High praises to the Happy Nun

You'll leave happy from the Happy Nun. And, after a fabulous meal, punctuated with intriguing conversation at a quaint little table, surrounded by pleasant decor, who wouldn't leave happy.
Manor firefighter calendars still available

Manor firefighter calendars still available

A new year may already be upon us, but a volunteer group of firefighters from Manor want to kindly remind people the calendars they're selling as a fundraiser are still available.

Council wants suitable home for STC terminal

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on January 10; here are the major points of interest: *Council denied a request to relocate the STC Bus Terminal to the Co-op Food Store from the Shell Gas Station, where it has been for several
Salvation Army campaign exceeds target by $7,000

Salvation Army campaign exceeds target by $7,000

The final numbers are in and the results look good. The Salvation Army's Christmas Kettle and mail out campaign roared to a conclusion this past week more than $7,000 past the goal.

Lampman, Carlyle bringing resolutions to SUMA

With the annual SUMA (Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association) meeting just over a month away, communities throughout the province have prepared resolutions for the body to vote upon, and this year two of the more than 20 resolutions have been
Two new recruits for Weyburn Police Service

Two new recruits for Weyburn Police Service

The Weyburn Police Service has hired two new members to the local force. During a ceremony held on January 6, both Riley Doud of Weyburn and Gilbert Madsen of North Battleford were sworn in and presented their badges by Mayor Debra Button.

Thin ice warning for Souris River

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority is warning residents of thin ice conditions on Souris River.