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United Way Communithon deemed successful

United Way Communithon deemed successful

Weyburn rang those phones to just shy of $125,000 for the Weyburn and District United Way's 32nd Annual Communithon. "The Communithon was fantastic. Everyone pulled together.

Influx of houses, condos in town affecting market

The influx of new houses and condos on the market is having an impact on house prices in the Weyburn market and companies handling real estate have noticed the shift.
City of Estevan to seek debt limit increase

City of Estevan to seek debt limit increase

The City of Estevan has announced it will apply to the provincial government to have its debt limit increased by $10 million. Council passed a motion Monday night to raise their debt ceiling from $45 million to $55 million.

United Way raises $124K during 32nd Communithon

The 32nd annual Communithon was deemed successful for the Weyburn and District United Way. A 33-hour televised fundraiser was held at the Weyburn Comp Cafetorium on Friday and Saturday.
Pumpkin ready for Halloween decorating

Pumpkin ready for Halloween decorating

Lexington and Bailey Roy are entranced by the light thrown by candlelight in the pumpkin they helped carve with dad, Richy Roy, and mom Melinda Mintenko, at the family pumpkin carving activity on Thursday evening.

RCMP look into series of thefts in area

Milestone RCMP members have responded to close to 30 complaints since Oct.

City police investigate vehicle thefts and mischief

The Weyburn Police Service received a report on Oct. 26 from a 37-year-old male that his unlocked work vehicle was rummaged through and his personal vehicle was stolen from his South Hill residence.

Yellow Grass town staff prepare for onset of winter

Yellow Grass (cpd) - Vehicles, trailers and campers in Yellow Grass should be moved off the streets before winter. This will make it easier for the town workers when they do snow removal.

LETTER: Municipal leaders outraged over comments on Highway 18

To the Editor: The article regarding the deplorable condition of Highway 18 in the October 16 issue of the Weyburn Review finds all of us in the south feeling more than frustrated with Mr. Wakabayashi's response.
Hunt continues for new Estevan city manager, chief

Hunt continues for new Estevan city manager, chief

The City of Estevan is continuing to work to replace two of the most important positions in its senior management team.