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Fire Department to receive new equipment

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on August 23, here are the major points of interest: *Council approved an equipment purchase price of $646,000 for the Weyburn Fire Department.

Transient charged with drug possession assaults police officer

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of August 16 to August 22: *On August 22, a male with no fixed address was arrested for outstanding warrants.
Family celebrates 100 year partnership with Hereford

Family celebrates 100 year partnership with Hereford

Partnerships of any kind can be a tricky thing, and this is exceptionally true for business partnerships. The changing demands of the market alone can often put strains on partnerships that can be enough to tear them asunder.

WIT announces strong first half performance

The first half of Fiscal 2010 was profitable for Weyburn Inland Terminal Ltd. (WIT), driven by both grain handling and a strong crop inputs business, as shown in the Company's second-quarter report. WIT reported after-tax earnings of $3.

Arcola town council notes

Council meeting of July 21, 2010 Council approved the purchase of a 44" side mount brush mower to assist with the mowing of uneven locations. Bert Hale was appointed as the Town's representative to the Moose Mountain Health Care Corp board.

Crop report for period Aug. 10 to 6

Wet and cool weather has delayed harvest progress, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly Crop Report. Less than one per cent of the crop has been combined.

School renovations to have minimal impact on students in 2010

Construction at Weyburn schools should have a minimum impact on students this year.

Boston Pizza developer considers another Riverfront Market area

The developer of Weyburn's upcoming Boston Pizza is considering development of another Riverfront Market area. Gary Tremblay has taken an option to purchase the land formerly occupied by the Co-op Feed Mill.

First CEO of the physician recruitment agency of Saskatchewan hired

Health Minister Don McMorris today announced the hiring of Edward Mantler as Chief Executive Officer of the Saskatchewan Physician Recruitment Agency. His first order of the day: recruit and retain more physicians for Saskatchewan.
Weyburn group determines necessity of life on mission trip to Honduras

Weyburn group determines necessity of life on mission trip to Honduras

A group of Weyburn Church of Christ members travelled with other missionaries to Honduras recently to do God's work and answer the question: "what is really necessary in life?" Husband and wife Lowell and Darla Peterson, along with three of their chi