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Head shaving at ball tourney

Head shaving at ball tourney

Wacey Johnston gets his head shaved by Kelsey Kabbeke, right before the final game of the Knoedler Slo-pitch Classic on Sunday afternoon.
Native American village mowed for Culture Days

Native American village mowed for Culture Days

The edge of a teepee rings is visible in the grass behind the Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre, where a Native American village is replicated.

Hartley appointed to Ogema Housing Authority

Shelley Hartley has been appointed to the Ogema Housing Authority Board of Directors along with reappointments Garnet Eden, William Caird, Carol Peterson and Beatrice Struthers. Hartley is chairperson.
Weyburn Veggie Girl serves up locally-grown fresh produce

Weyburn Veggie Girl serves up locally-grown fresh produce

Locally-grown foods are trending as one of the best sources of nourishment and sustainability. If a family isn't growing their own garden each summer, they must seek out healthy foods elsewhere.

Wor-Kin Shop expands plans to include new SARCAN facility

The Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop Corp. recently announced an update to its construction plans. As announced in the spring, the non-profit will be proceeding with construction of the new Day Program Building in the coming months.
Local businesses build communities

Local businesses build communities

Local businesses are the building blocks of a community. As towns grow and thrive, new needs continually present themselves.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Between Aug. 9 and 15 there were a total of 25 calls that the Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP received. 911 call A false 911 call was received by a youth. The child's parent was spoken to about the use of 911 as it is an emergency number.

Saskatchewan patients are receiving surgeries faster

The Saskatchewan Surgical Initiative and surgical teams across the province have continued their effort to improve outcomes for patients by providing surgeries sooner.

Sask. supports recommendations to address cyberbullying

The Government of Saskatchewan supports proposed reforms to the Criminal Code to address cyberbullying and non-consensual distribution of intimate images.

Crop development behind normal

Warm weather has helped to speed crop development during the past few days. However, warm conditions will be needed into the harvest season to advance crops. Crop development is 10 days to two weeks behind normal in many areas.