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Police investigate stolen vehicles/thefts from vehicles

Report from the Weyburn Police Report for the period of August 23 to 29: *On August 29, police were called to investigate a complaint of an erratic driver.

Carlyle Community School

Submitted by Kristen Mitchell The staff at CES would like to welcome back all students. We hope you had a great summer. We are all looking forward to a fun, exciting, and busy school year ahead.

Third party delivery to cut surgical wait times

Saskatchewan patients will now benefit from being able to have certain day surgeries outside of a hospital setting.
Cornerstone Family and Youth presents "The Playroom"

Cornerstone Family and Youth presents "The Playroom"

The Cornerstone Family and Youth (CFY) organization, which is responsible for many of the quality events held for families and young people in the town of Carlyle, is proud to present to the public their latest offering, 'The Playroom.
Liberation the goal of Wawota fundraiser

Liberation the goal of Wawota fundraiser

The word prison conjures up different images for different people. For the majority of us, when we think of prison we think of large stone buildings, surrounded by high walls and decorated with iron bars.

Independent Riders plan charity rides

The Weyburn Independent Riders motorcycle group will be holding two events for charity in September. The annual Toy Parade will take place on Saturday, September 11.
Five per cent of 2010 crops combined

Five per cent of 2010 crops combined

Warm weather needed to help push crops along

Visit of 'Scotty' helping out the Soo Line Museum

The visiting exhibition of Scotty, the Tyrannosaurus rex, at the Soo Line Historical Museum has helped out the host by boosting visitors numbers in the last part of summer.The numbers nearly tripled for the period from Aug.
Downtown park coming to life

Downtown park coming to life

Estevan's downtown oasis is close to becoming a reality.Work on the city's newest park has been taking place throughout the past few weeks and outside of a few finishing touches, it should be ready for use in the near future.
Rain hampers arena construction

Rain hampers arena construction

Rain, rain, go away come again some time around May.That variation on the popular children's song might soon become the theme of the Spectra Place construction committee.
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