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Energy efficiency the goal of SaskEnergy winterizing initiative

Energy efficiency the goal of SaskEnergy winterizing initiative

While energy process are still low relative to the costs seen through 2007 and into mid-2008, a cold winter is still an expensive experience for people in older, less energy efficient households.
Creative Tables speaker sends home inspirational message

Creative Tables speaker sends home inspirational message

They came. They ate. They laughed. They cried. More than 340 women enjoyed a night out in style at the third annual Creative Tables for Cancer event held at Arcola Prairie Place Oct. 7.

Council denies HELP land bid

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on October 12, here are the major points of interest: *Council denied two requests from CEO of HELP International Rodney Sidloski, after he pled his case before Council to keep the 8-acre leased
HELP International staying positive about future

HELP International staying positive about future

HELP International was home to 17 interns this year and 16 environmental research projects. Their home, however, is in jeopardy as the City of Weyburn has decided it cannot extend HELP's lease beyond October 31, 2014.

Police lay several break, enter and theft charges

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period from October 4 to 10: *On October 10, police charged two males for possession of marijuana. *Police investigated a break, enter and theft to a residence. Electronics and jewelry were stolen.
Auction sees $90,000 paid for rare tractor

Auction sees $90,000 paid for rare tractor

Once in a great while, a deal falls into your lap that you just can't say no to. Now the variables that affect exactly what constitutes a deal are manifold, and are usually unique to the parties involved.

New assessment process to ease recruitment of foreign-trained physicians

A new assessment process will open Saskatchewan to opportunities to attract physicians from additional foreign countries.

Disposal of body and child porn at Weyburn Court

The Weyburn woman accused of giving birth in her home and putting her baby in a garbage bin back in May will be going to trial.

New grading system at school division

A division-wide system of reporting student achievement is being carried out at the South East Cornerstone School Division. Since the amalgamation of several smaller school divisions in 2006, SECSD staff has been requesting a standard report card.
Fairlight hall packed for annual pumpkin fest

Fairlight hall packed for annual pumpkin fest

The annual Fairlight Great Pumpkin Weigh-in was a hit with the community and visitors from abroad as the village recreation hall was packed to the rafters for the much anticipated event.