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Adventure cyclist Brian Perich rolls through Estevan on cross-country journey to Banff

Adventure cyclist Brian Perich rolls through Estevan on cross-country journey to Banff

He has biked cross-country and across countries, and Brian Perich passed through the Energy City hoping to re-energize on his journey to the Rocky Mountains. The 40-year-old Windsor, Ont. native has done this before on rougher terrain.
Viewing youth art show and sale

Viewing youth art show and sale

Lorne Klein has a look at paintings on display by artist Deborah Nikkel, at the Weyburn Youth Art Show and Sale held as a Centennial event on Thursday evening at the Weyburn Public Library.

Flowers will line highways on special day

Over 2,000 local Facebook users will be supporting the "Heaven's Flowered Highway" event on Sunday, August 25. The event is promoted on Facebook, and encouraged Weyburn and Estevan residents to show their support to twin Highways 39 and 6.

Weyburn weather cooler in July, drier than average

The weather in July was cooler but fairly close to the long-term average for the city of Weyburn temperature-wise, and slightly drier than the long-term average, according to statistics from Environment Canada.
Retirement nears, but work remains for MP

Retirement nears, but work remains for MP

In a wide-ranging one-hour visit with Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki, the veteran politician agreed to take a reflective look back on his nine-year career as a representative in the House of Commons as well as providing a look at the future.
Pastor Stewart returns to Estevan from El Camino pilgrimage with fresh perspectives

Pastor Stewart returns to Estevan from El Camino pilgrimage with fresh perspectives

He is still sorting it out. Call it a self-debriefing or decompression.
Walk of Fame ceremony at City Hall

Walk of Fame ceremony at City Hall

Mayor Debra Button, at podium, addresses the crowd gathered in front of City Hall for the 2013 induction to the city's Walk of Fame, part of which is in the foreground.
Rounding the third barrel

Rounding the third barrel

Barrel racer Kelsey Wheeler of Brandon rounds the third and last barrel of her run, in a race in the open category at the DLC Barrels of Cash barrel-racing event on Saturday, held at Dale Chuckry's farm just northwest of Weyburn.

Pipe bomb found at North Portal border crossing

There were some tense moments at the North Portal border crossing Sunday. During the search of a vehicle, Canada Border Service Agency officers located what they believed to be an explosive device.
Historic farm implements at museum

Historic farm implements at museum

Antique farm equipment fills an entire room at the Soo Line Historical Museum. Joan Gregory, manager, and other museum staff and volunteers will give free tours of the museum on Friday and Saturday, August 2 and 3 to celebrate Weyburn's centennial.