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EDITORIAL: Local region has much to offer

Don't believe it when you hear someone complain that there isn't anything to do or see in Weyburn over the summer. There is plenty to see and do, not the least of which is Weyburn's annual Wheat Festival, to be held over the Aug. 5-7 weekend.

Wheat Festival turns 15

The 15th annual Weyburn Wheat Festival will be taking place from Friday, August 5 to Sunday, August 7.

Roche Percee Park team determined not to let flood kill their dream

The rushing flood waters that devastated the community of Roche Percee actually delivered some unanticipated good fortune for those dealing with the revitalization of the nearby Roche Percee Park.
EPS officers busy through first half of 2011

EPS officers busy through first half of 2011

As the City of Estevan continues to grow, so too does the workload of the Estevan Police Service. Local officers dealt with almost 300 more calls through the first six months of the year than they did during the same period in 2010.

Significant milestone for Wor-Kin Shop program

The Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop has provided a place where people with disabilities can develop for careers for the last 40 years, and will be marking its anniversary with a barbecue on Friday, Aug. 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
PGA golfer at the Weyburn Golf Course

PGA golfer at the Weyburn Golf Course

Graham and Ruby DeLaet are driven into the main entrance of the Weyburn Golf Course, which was dedicated "Graham DeLaet Drive" on Wednesday morning.

Local man on house arrest following June car theft

An Estevan man was released from custody Thursday, July 28. The man, who lead Estevan police on a chase to Weyburn June 22, was in court for his show-cause hearing.
Showing off a new visor

Showing off a new visor

Lacey Roberts wears her new panda visor at the Church of Christ Vacation Bible School on Wednesday. In the craft room kids made the foam panda visors to go with the theme of the week, "Panda-mania".

MLA: Significant payouts for damages

Flood recovery lowers the provincial surplus
Roughrider partners with Chris Knox Foundation

Roughrider partners with Chris Knox Foundation

An opportunity to support the Chris Knox Foundation was recently announced by the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
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