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Chamber hosts All Candidates Forum

The Weyburn & District Chamber of Commerce has announced the date and format for its All Candidates Forum for the riding of Souris-Moose Mountain in the May 2 Federal Election.

SaskPower pays $50 for your old fridge

SaskPower will pay $50 to take that old fridge off the hands of Saskatchewan residents, beginning April 6.

Mayor's Luncheon boasts "Mental Health for All"

The annual Mental Health Week is approaching and the Weyburn branch of Canadian Mental Health is preparing for this recurring event by reminding residents that mental health is everyone's business with this year's theme "Mental Health for All.

Hoop dancer teaches respect, acceptance of all cultures

Teddy Anderson uses the art of dance to spread an importance message - acceptance of all earth's people, regardless of skin colour, ethnic background or religion.
Donation of food to Humane Society

Donation of food to Humane Society

Staff and participants at the Co-operative Playschool donate a variety of food products to the representatives from the Weyburn Humane Society.

Family Place hires replacement

The Family Place has found a replacement for Linda Rudachyk, who has decided to retire from her position this summer. The board of directors announced that they have offered the position of executive director to Kathy Helfrick, effective July 1.
Women of Today nominees revealed

Women of Today nominees revealed

The nominations are now in and the judging has begun for the 13th annual Women of Today Awards.

Weyburn police aiming to hand out 'Positive Tickets'

Quota International of Weyburn is teaming up with the Weyburn Police Service to launch the "Positive Ticket" program in the city. This project is part of the 40 Developmental Assets Initiative brought forward by the Sun Country Health Region.
Missing snake found alive, taken to Alta. reptile zoo

Missing snake found alive, taken to Alta. reptile zoo

The missing snake inside the J. Auburn Pepper Building at the City Centre Mall has been found, alive and well. The young red-tailed boa constrictor had been missing since early February.

School community struggles to deal with tragic event

The Estevan elementary school system, and the Westview School community in particular, were left reeling this week when the news hit them that a pre-teen student had died, apparently by her own hand, on Sunday.