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Blowing a sweet horn

Blowing a sweet horn

Trumpeters Jane Kish and Haley Wiberg, with Colton Colquhoun in front on trombone, play some jazz tunes with the St. Michael School Jazz Band on Thursday evening at the school's annual Christmas Music Concert.

Sun Country Health Region specifically named in annual audit report

Sun Country Health Region, which was rocked by a minor scandal earlier this year when questions began to arise about management team member Hal Schmidt and his work background, has been specifically named in the annual Saskatchewan Provincial Auditor

Police lay several assault charges

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of November 29 to December 5: *On December 5, police responded to a complaint of a volunteer at a local hall being assaulted.
Arcola a welcoming place for new administrator

Arcola a welcoming place for new administrator

The community of Arcola is welcoming a new municipal administrator to the town, Lisa Hrappstead. Hrappstead, whose roots come from Swan River, MB, is moving to the community from her previous place of residence in Red Deer, AB.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

December is here and holidays are just around the corner. The last day of school is Tuesday, December 21. Students return to school on Thursday, January 6, 2011, which is a Day 6 in the cycle. The annual Mosaic Meal will be on Tuesday, December 21.

Komarnicki welcomes Action Plan extension in Souris-Moose Mountain

Ed Komarnicki, Member of Parliament for Souris-Moose Mountain, commented on the announcement for the extension of the deadline for completion of the Economic Action Plan Infrastructure projects on December 2 in Ottawa.

Thin ice warning for Souris River

The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority is urging caution when crossing on any stream this winter due to the risk of thin ice resulting from stream flow. This includes streams which normally do not flow in the winter.
Warriors of Wellness
Local woman has "The Healing Touch"

Warriors of Wellness Local woman has "The Healing Touch"

Various forms of natural healing have existed for centuries; however, they have only recently begun to receive wide acceptance in the Western World in the past few decades.
Fun had by all at Breakfast with Santa

Fun had by all at Breakfast with Santa

The annual RCMP 'Breakfast with Santa' took place over the Dickens weekend, raising much needed funds and foods for the Carlyle food bank. Organized and run by members of the Carlyle RCMP Detachment, the morning event took place between 8 a.m.

Mayor in Ukraine to promote business partnership and gender equality

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) has invited Weyburn Mayor Debra Button to take part in a mission to Ukraine from December 6 to 15 under the auspices of the Municipal Local Economic Development (MLED) Project.
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