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Council makes plans for city's pigeon problem

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on November 8; here are the major points of interest: *Council discussed its new pigeon control program which will be carried out by Falcon Environmental Services.

"Storming Juno" to honour Regina Rifles Regiment

"I took off across the beach, bullets flying all around, men being shot down. I could see where the Germans had been driving over the barb[ed] wire so that's the place I ran for.
Police seek info on Cenotaph defacement

Police seek info on Cenotaph defacement

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of November 1 to 7: *Weyburn Police are asking for the public's assistance with an act of mischief that was done to the downtown Cenotaph over the weekend.

Annual Service of Remembrance honours veterans past and present

A wreath was laid on November 9 at the Saskatchewan War Memorial by Premier Brad Wall as part of the government's annual Service of Remembrance for the Public Service.

MP's statement regarding rejection of BHP Billiton's bid to buy Potash Corp

Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki made the following statement regarding the government's decision to reject BHP Billiton's bid to buy Potash Corp that was announced on November 3.
Remembrance Day Tribute

Remembrance Day Tribute

Let us remember those who served in the wars of yesterday and today
Committee studies traffic numbers on highways

Committee studies traffic numbers on highways

Time to Twin Highway 39 committee members Marge Young and Lauralie Ireland believe they have proof that there is enough traffic to warrant making Highway 39 a double-lane highway.

Weyburn receives $33,497 in grants from SLGA

Weyburn will see a piece of approximately $1.8 million in charitable gaming grants that are being distributed to more than 1,000 groups and organizations across the province by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA).

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

November is here and so is the first Report Card Day. Report cards will go home on Nov. 18th. Parent Teacher Interviews are scheduled for Nov. 24th and 25th from 5:00 pm till 8:00 pm. All parents are encouraged to attend. The Jr.
RCMP area update

RCMP area update

The Carlyle RCMP detachment received 53 calls between Oct. 31 and Nov. 6 Oct. 31 A residence was egged in Carlyle. The complainant advised police that six youth were seen running away, but patrols by police were unable to locate anyone.
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