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Wheatland Senior Centre news

The results of the Wheatland Senior Centre's activities from December 15 to December 21: Bridge: (Monday) First Erskine Sandiford, sec ond Chris Diemert, third John Whitell. Bridge: (Friday) First George Gillies, second Jim Brown, third Basil Holyer.
Thirty-one years of song

Thirty-one years of song

Thirty-one years ago a group of women attended a concert in Wawota where a performance was put on by a number of ladies from Moosomin. This acted as the inspiration for the Wawota based group, Hints of Harmony.

Province sets goals for increased growth

Looking back on the past year, Dustin Duncan, MLA for Weyburn-Big Muddy, talked about the excitement and the challenges of growth for both the province and the constituency. "For the first time in our provincial history, we reached 1.
4. Housing remains major issue

4. Housing remains major issue

It's starting to sound like something of a broken record, but housing remained a major issue in Estevan in 2013.

Former Midale teacher accused of misconduct

A former teacher at Midale Central School was the subject of a disciplinary hearing conducted by the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation in mid-December.

MP Komarnicki looks at successes, trials of 2013

Ed Komarnicki, MP for Souris-Moose Mountain, described 2013 as a remarkably good year for Canada with respect to jobs, growth and economic prosperity, notwithstanding the problems in the Senate and its reverberations in the House of Commons.
New entrance for Comp almost ready for general use

New entrance for Comp almost ready for general use

The new north entrance to the Weyburn Comprehensive School is still blocked off to general public access, but should be ready for use in the new year. Lettering for the school name was recently installed into the entrance last week.

Council weighs decision

Safety concerns to the rail crossing at Queen Street, which is located close to Highway 39, will be discussed by City Council at their Jan. 13 meeting. Initial information on the rail crossing was addressed during the Dec.
2. A changing of the guard

2. A changing of the guard

Our number two story of the year is city council's decision to relieve Jim Puffalt of his duties as city manager. After a dozen years on the job, Puffalt was let go on Oct.
For the love of art

For the love of art

Carol Reeve is a local artist who uses many different mediums to create her works of life-like art, drawing inspiration from her community and the people in it