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Lampman lights up for Lobster for Life

Lampman lights up for Lobster for Life

Fundraising events are relatively common things in the area. So many worthy causes, so many committed people. However, each community holds certain signature events that stand out in comparison to every other community.

'Bail or Jail' to be a choice for community members

With the skyrocketing costs of educational tools and implements, the role of the School Community Councils (SCCs) is often one of fundraising for special project and materials for their respective schools.
Fairlight's annual pumpkin showdown set for Oct. 9

Fairlight's annual pumpkin showdown set for Oct. 9

Ag exhibitions, fairs and contests are part of the year in most of the communities in the Southeast region.

Carlyle Community School: Picture retakes Oct. 27

Wednesday was our CES assembly. The students were showing their school spirit for wacky hair and clothes day, everyone looked fantastic! Wednesday was also "Raise a Reader Day". The classes took part in many different activities to celebrate reading.
RCMP weekly report

RCMP weekly report

Carlyle RCMP handled 42 calls from Sept. 19 to Sept. 27. Sept. 19 There was a complaint called into the police station regarding an intoxicated person who was refusing to leave a residence in the area.

Automated Refuse System to begin in January

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on September 27; here are the major points of interest: *Concern over implementation of the City's new automated refuse system caused Council to debate whether the program should be held-off unti

Police investigate car fire

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of September 20 to 26: *On September 25, police received a complaint in regards to a vehicle fire at the east end of Weyburn. Someone had thrown fireworks into the vehicle, causing the fire.
Shaking things up at the Salvation Army

Shaking things up at the Salvation Army

The Mailmans are shaking things up at the Weyburn Salvation Army this year.
Opening doors and celebrating local culture 
 - All part of the magic of Bear Claw Casino and Hotel

Opening doors and celebrating local culture - All part of the magic of Bear Claw Casino and Hotel

Bear Claw Casino has a big and bright future. By offering First Nations hospitality which is next to none, the casino has flourished over the years, building a reputable name for itself among patrons across the Prairies, the Dakotas, and beyond.

Smoking in vehicles with children banned Oct. 1

The Saskatchewan government is following through on its commitment to protect children under-16 from second-hand smoke in vehicles.