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Harvest is getting underway in southern Sask.

Harvest is just getting underway in some parts of Saskatchewan with the swathing and combining of winter cereals, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly Crop Report from August 3 to 9.
Roller Derby has come to Weyburn

Roller Derby has come to Weyburn

The latest craze in female full-contact sports has come to Weyburn in the form of roller derby.

Local lady deemed "Woman of Influence"

A Weyburn woman was recently featured on the cover of a Saskatchewan publication for being a "Woman of Influence.

Police charge 15-year-old female with weapon assault

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of August 9 to 16: *On August 15, police received a report of a vehicle having had the windshield damaged by a pellet gun.

College gears up for another school year

As the month of August winds down, staff at Southeast Regional College are gearing up for the annual influx of students starting their post?secondary studies.

Stolen trailer and quad in Ralph

Weyburn RCMPand Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's assistance in solving a trailer and recreational vehicle theft. Sometime between August 1 and 3, a car trailer and quad were stolen in the Ralph area from a lease location.

SaskTel launches largest 3G+ wireless network in Saskatchewan

SaskTel has announced the launch of the first phase of its new 3G+ wireless network.
Middle East values explained at Lutheran conference

Middle East values explained at Lutheran conference

The Estevan Trinity Lutheran Women's Group held their semi-annual conference in the church auditorium on Saturday, Aug. 14.

Weyburn area generates three-quarters of August's Crown land sales

The Weyburn area has received the most bids in Saskatchewan for the sale of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights, generating three-quarters of the province's total revenue. August's sale brought in $95.
Trail riders challenged by weather and water

Trail riders challenged by weather and water

The 2010 version of the trail ride for the Souris Valley Trekkers took on some familiar and unfamiliar territory for those who joined in for the three-days of excursions by horseback and horse drawn wagons and buggies.