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Recognizing holiday blues

Recognizing holiday blues

Woman honoured for volunteer service wants to de-stigmatize mental illness

Claybank Brick Plant to see improvements

The Government of Canada will be investing in infrastructure improvements at the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site.

Christmas message from Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki

Life has a way of demanding a lot from all of us. When your shoulder is to the plow and you are meeting day to day challenges often, a reprieve is like a breath of fresh air. And so it is with a holiday interlude, especially at Christmas.

Residents found under the influence dealt with by police

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of December 13 to 19: *On December 19, police attended to a disturbance at a local hotel. Investigation found that a common law couple had a dispute and a physical confrontation ensued.

School Board plans for construction to Comp and Pangman Daycare

The Southeast Cornerstone School Division is making plans for the Weyburn Comprehensive School and the new Pangman Daycare.
Dissection of a rat

Dissection of a rat

Comp Grade 12 students Toni Underwood and Crystal MacMillan have a close look at the organs and their placement as they dissect a rat in their Biology 30 class on Dec. 17.

Union vote issued by Labour Board at Wal-Mart

Representatives from the Saskatchewan Labour Board were at the Weyburn Wal-Mart store on Wednesday, conducting a vote of decertification from the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) union.
Weyburn mayor meets town mayors in Ukraine

Weyburn mayor meets town mayors in Ukraine

Mayor Debra Button of Weyburn, centre, meets two women mayors of communities in Ukraine, during a week-long visit to that country as part of a CIDA-sponsored mission, organized by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM).

Deadline is approaching for Bernard Kot awards

The Family Place would like to remind residents that the deadline is fast approaching for nominations for the Bernard Kot Parent and Grandparent of the Year awards.

Landfill proposed for oil sector in Stoughton area

Local developers in the Stoughton-Heward area are hoping to set up a Class II landfill to service the oil and gas sector in their region, by taking on any contaminated soil which results from leakages of spills from oil activity.
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