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Six students set to take New York by debate

Six students set to take New York by debate

This year, the Model United Nations club was formed in Manor School. The club, a student political-debating club, is based on students developing an understanding and supporting the work that the United Nations does around the world.
Weyburn walking trail under water

Weyburn walking trail under water

The Red Coat Trail in River Park is inaccessible to anyone due to the high water levels of the Souris River. Most of the River Park campground is completely submerged but the water was at peak levels on Thursday or Friday.
Relay For Life officially launched

Relay For Life officially launched

The 2011 Canadian Cancer Society's Relay For Life was officially launched in Weyburn on April 27 with a "Launch Lunch" held at Knox Hall for residents, volunteers, and team and committee members.

Five candidates vie for empty Council seat

Four more hopefuls have joined the race for City Council as of April 20, when nominations officially closed. Voters will now have five candidates to choose from in the City by-election on May 18.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

Badminton Sub-District Playoffs were held last week. The Rookies competed in Arcola, the Seniors in Stoughton, and the Juniors at home in Carlyle. The Rookies played well in Arcola.
House fire at White Bear claims life

House fire at White Bear claims life

On April 19 at 10:30 p.m., members of the Carlyle RCMP detachment and the Kenosee Volunteer Fire Department and the White Bear First Nations Fire Crew attended to a residence on the White Bear First Nations.
Surgical capacity to increase in Sun Country Health Region

Surgical capacity to increase in Sun Country Health Region

Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) has received an additional $643,000 in 2011-12 from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health to expand surgical capacity in the region.

Southeast Connection to hold AGM

Southeast Connection is inviting southeast municipalities to their upcoming annual general meeting scheduled for May 25 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in Forget at the Happy Nun Café.
Dog Park committee launches "Poop Scoop Patrol"

Dog Park committee launches "Poop Scoop Patrol"

The Weyburn Community Dog Park Committee launched a new fundraiser at their first annual meeting last week.
Flows through Weyburn slowly increasing

Flows through Weyburn slowly increasing

Runoff is well advanced across most parts of southern Saskatchewan and flows have passed their peaks and are receding across much of the area, according to the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority.