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Meeting with health region leaves Save Our Beds Committee feeling cold

The meeting between representatives of the Wawota Save Our Beds Committee (SOBC) and the Sun Country Health Region board went off as planned, despite some nasty weather, but the sun didn't end up shining for the community group.
Sally Ann wants "Cash for Our Community"

Sally Ann wants "Cash for Our Community"

The Weyburn Salvation Army has launched their newest fundraising campaign, "Cash for Our Community" and is hoping it will catch on with locals. The new campaign replaces their "Arrest Request" fundraiser.

Throne speech speaks to healthcare, deficit

The annual throne speech, the address by government that officially marks the opening of the provincial legislature, paints a rosy picture of the provinces health, while touting many planned changes the Wall government hopes to deliver in the coming

About Movember

The Mo, slang for moustache, and November come together each year for Movember. Movember challenges men to change their appearance and the face of men's health by growing a moustache.

Weyburn receives high marks at national competition

Weyburn received high marks for its participation in the national edition of Communities in Bloom. The awards ceremony was held in Halifax on October 30.

Police deal with Halloween mischief

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of October 25 to 31: *In the early morning hours of October 31, police attended to several noisy party complaints and disturbances at local bars. No charges were laid in any of these incidences.
Kindred Spirits to perform Christmas-style concert in Kisbey

Kindred Spirits to perform Christmas-style concert in Kisbey

A group of local woman is hoping to bring back a part of the Christmas season that has somewhat disappeared over the years.
Communities gather to mark centenarian's 100th

Communities gather to mark centenarian's 100th

Community members from Carlyle, Arcola, Manor, and other districts gathered together with family members from as far away as Burbank, California to mark a once-in-a-century event, the 100th birthday of Christine Collier.
Shockwave Youth Centre celebrates first anniversary

Shockwave Youth Centre celebrates first anniversary

It was a magical weekend for many, with the atmosphere just right for Halloween. However, the season of creepy-crawlies and other nefarious things wasn't the only party being held in Carlyle.

RCMP area update

The Carlyle RCMP detachment handled 57 calls from Oct. 24 to 31. Oct. 24 There was a complaint of a possible impaired driver in Arcola. Members made patrolled the area but were unable to find the truck.