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Police urge drivers to use caution while avoiding road hazards

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of April 2 to 9: During the reporting period, police handled 123 calls for service. Of these, 17 were for false alarms, six were liquor tickets issued and four were motor vehicle collisions.

Housing starts jump more than 50 per cent

Saskatchewan's urban housing starts took a huge jump in March 2012, up by 53.5 per cent over last March according to a report recently issued by CMHC. For the first quarter of 2012 urban housing starts are up 33.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

The Carlyle Detachment of the RCMP responded to a total of 64 calls in the seven days spanning Friday, March 30, and Thursday, April 5. The first call of the day for March 30 saw members attending a residence in the area to remove an unwanted person.

Oil production figures reflect strength of industry

Saskatchewan's oil production in 2011 was the second highest on record, according to year-end figures from the Ministry of Energy and Resources. Last year's production was 157.
Cummings coming to Estevan

Cummings coming to Estevan

One of Canada's first international rock stars will be making his way to Estevan in June. The City of Estevan announced Tuesday that Burton Cummings has been signed to play at Spectra Place June 15. Tickets for the concert are $75 and $50.

Governments announce funding for irrigation in Saskatchewan

Kelly Block, Member of Parliament for Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar, on behalf of Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Rit, and Thunder Creek MLA Lyle Stewart, on behalf of Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Bob Bjornerud, recently announced $9 million in n

Local Pharmasave assists Canadian Diabetes Association with free presentation

The Canadian Diabetes Association has partnered with Medtronic and Pharmasave to bring founder of Connected in Motion, Chloe Steepe, to speak in Weyburn.
Carlyle moving ahead on annexation plan

Carlyle moving ahead on annexation plan

The town of Carlyle is in negotiation with the Rural Municipality #63, Moose Mountain, to annex land to the west and south of town.

Increased funding for dam safety and rehabilitation of water infrastructure

The Saskatchewan Government is ensuring reliable water supplies and effective flood protection into the future with the announcement of new funding for the province's water management infrastructure.

New homes keep babies/mothers together

Construction on two new homes that will help keep at-risk mothers and their newborn babies together was officially launched in Saskatoon on April 10.
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