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So many choices …

So many choices …

Erskine Sandiford has a long look at the huge selection of pies and other desserts available at the Comp School's annual fowl supper on Nov. 30.

Community gets inside look at Cenovus

Cenovus Energy welcomed community members to come learn about the company at its open house held at the Goodwater Community Hall on November 25.
Crystal's Pet Store shares pets

Crystal's Pet Store shares pets

The owner of Crystal's Pet store in Stoughton presented her pets at the local library on the afternoon of Nov 24th. Assisting her was Darren Barnstable .

Police investigate assault of young male

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of November 22 to November 29: *On November 27, police responded to a call of an assault in the 800 block of Park Avenue.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Due to scheduling changes, the weekly RCMP report for the Carlyle Detachment will now run covering a period from Friday to Thursday. Due to this change, the report for this week will run from Sunday, Nov. 21 until Thursday, Nov. 25.
Have breakfast with Santa and support the local food bank

Have breakfast with Santa and support the local food bank

The Christmas season is known as a time of peace and charity, a holiday where we celebrate all the best of humanity. To help celebrate the season, the Carlyle RCMP Detachment is playing host to the annual Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 4.

Wawota set for second annual Winter Fest

With the snows of winter upon us, the community of Wawota is warming up the season with their second annual Wawota Winter Festival. The one day event was first introduced last year with rave reviews.
Local couple honoured provincially for keeping heritage alive

Local couple honoured provincially for keeping heritage alive

A Weyburn couple has been honoured both locally and provincially for their work with immigrants and keeping heritage alive and well in Saskatchewan.

College offering community-based Masters of Education

Members of Southeast Regional College (SERC) and the University of Regina (U of R) officially launched a community?based Master's of Education (MEd) program in Weyburn on December 1.
Festival of Trees earns $40,000 for The Family Place

Festival of Trees earns $40,000 for The Family Place

The Festival of Trees is being called "an incredible success," earning over $40,000 for The Family Place.
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