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Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

The weekly RCMP report is prepared with the assistance of the Carlyle RCMP. Issues involving the Mental Health Act, among others, are not reported. The report this week covers the period of Feb. 11 - Feb.

Contract One for Comp project approved

Construction and renovations to the Weyburn Comprehensive School will begin this spring, after the South East Cornerstone School Division (SECSD) board gave its approval to go ahead with the first phase of the project at their recent meeting.

Notes from Arcola town council

Meeting February 16, 2011 The residential subdivision for 108 Moose Street has been approved by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.

Police respond to several vehicle accidents

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of February 14 to 20: *On February 19, police attended an accident on First Avenue NW. The driver of an eastbound vehicle was fatigued and crossed into the opposing lane of traffic.

Crews fight three fires Feb. 22

Report from the Weyburn Fire Department for the week of February 15 to 22: *On February 22, fire crews attended a structure fire at the Royal Bank on Third Street. The call came in at 10:16 p.m. and crews had the fire under control by 10:51 p.m.

New grief support group in Weyburn

A new grief support group will be forming in Weyburn this March. The group is based on a six-week program from the Greystone Bereavement Center in Regina.

World Day of Prayer in Weyburn March 4

The people of Weyburn will join with the people of Chile to pray on March 4, World Day of Prayer. The local World Day of Prayer service will be held at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church at 10 a.m.and everyone is invited to this ecumenical service.
Winter carnival fun despite cold weather

Winter carnival fun despite cold weather

The annual Winter Carnival held at White Bear Education Complex did not go exactly as planned, due to cold weather, but students had a fantastic time exploring various activities adapted for the indoors. Activities got underway just after 10 a.m.
Former Parliament flag flies high at Arcola School

Former Parliament flag flies high at Arcola School

Students at Arcola School celebrated Flag Day Feb. 15 with an unique twist: the flag they raised to the top of the pole had flown at the Parliament Building in Ottawa.
Deer View Lodge under-bedded, committee to bring fight to public meeting

Deer View Lodge under-bedded, committee to bring fight to public meeting

The Wawota Save Our Beds Committee is not ready to give up its fight. Members are bringing new information to light at a public meeting organized for March 3, as well as seeking input on the future direction the committee should take.