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Canadians at risk of cutting lives short

Canadians at risk of cutting lives short

Sheer denial is costing people their lives.
Ethanol could make BSE look like a cake walk

Ethanol could make BSE look like a cake walk

"There's a tremendous amount of opportunity in the beef industry right now. Maybe what we need is a little broader perspective. . . Maybe the Arabs have it right.

Two fatal crashes near Weyburn

Two fatal car crashes in the Weyburn-area have taken the life of a young woman and an elderly man. Weyburn RCMP continue to investigate a two-vehicle collision that occurred on Highway 13 at Griffin on February 16 at approximately 7:23 a.m.
Grandparent of the Year honoured

Grandparent of the Year honoured

Moms, dads, grandmas and grandpas were honoured at the Bernard Kot Parent/Grandparent of the Year awards. Hosted by The Family Place, the event was held in conjunction with the Chocolate Decadence evening at McKenna Hall on February 12.

Ag day sees local producers learn new tricks of the trade

The annual Moose Mountain Ag Day proved to be a roaring success, as more than 100 area producers came out to hear top-quality speakers offer their views on ways to improve ag production and profit.

New lots and affordable housing topics at Council

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on February 14; here are the major points of interest: *Strong lot sales in the first month of 2011 were presented during a report from the Building Department.

Serious injuries result from fight at local pub

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of February 7 to 14: *On February 12, police responded to a report of a large fight outside a local pub. Upon arrival, police found that a 21-year-old male had been knocked unconscious.
Rider Pride bolsters community project

Rider Pride bolsters community project

Rider Pride and generosity took over the city on February 13 during an all-day event that saw over $20,000 raised for a new football field in Weyburn.

Weyburn-area receives most land bids in 2011

The first sale of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights in 2011 is building on where a resurgent 2010 left off. February's sale generated $43.4 million in revenue for the province, the second-highest total for a February sale.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

The school ski trip to Asessippi was a huge success. The weather cooperated by supplying a beautiful day and the students did their part by supplying endless energy. It was great to see so many smiling faces on the slopes.
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