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Farewell Tea planned for Family Place manager

The Family Place will be holding a farewell tea for a long-time member of their team on June 16. A come and go tea will be held at Grace United Church Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. to celebrate Manager Linda Rudachyk's time at The Family Place.

Budget supports youth and seniors in Souris-Moose Mountain

The 2011 Federal Budget was reintroduced and accepted on June 6 in the House of Commons by a new Saskatchewan Speaker of the House.

Test report - 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

"This thing is absolutely beautiful. I am blown away by the combination of the technology, the price, the room and the design of it. I am stunned, honestly stunned.
Weyburn promoted on CTV Home Town Tour

Weyburn promoted on CTV Home Town Tour

Weyburn Minor Football president Brent Allin promotes Weyburn as a great place to live, as Rider Nation organizers Nicole Wendt and Rochelle Wendt listen, as he's interviewed by Nelson Bird of CTV News, during their live broadcast from Weyburn on Jun
Jerry Mainil Ltd. celebrates 50 years

Jerry Mainil Ltd. celebrates 50 years

Jerry Mainil Ltd. kicked off its 50th year at the Saskatchewan Oil & Gas Show with a fireworks display that rivalled Weyburn's Canada Day celebrations.

Envision recognizes Elder Abuse Day

Envision Counselling and Support Centre will be recognizing the sixth annual World Elder Abuse Day on June 15. This is a day to acknowledge this public health issue and the need to come together as a community to generate action.
Premier Brad Wall visits Carlyle

Premier Brad Wall visits Carlyle

Premier Brad Wall visited Carlyle on Thursday, June 2 to meet with town council, discuss concerns with residents and to catch a glimpse of the new wheelchair lift at the Community Complex.

Local grad receives Sask Youth Apprenticeship Scholarship

Forty high school graduates, including one from Weyburn, were awarded $1,000 each from the Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Industry Scholarship Program to provide assistance as they embark on careers in the skilled trades.
Saxberg touts Saskatchewan oilfield's future

Saxberg touts Saskatchewan oilfield's future

Scott Saxberg has seen a lot of changes in the Saskatchewan oil patch since he first arrived to work in Saskatchewan in 1992.

Another big winner in Weyburn

Another lucky Weyburn resident has won big with Saskatchewan Lotteries. Shirley Andrews won $250,000 after taking a suggestion from a retailer.
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