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Police deal with disturbance calls

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of January 17 to 23: *In the early morning hours of January 23, a call was received regarding two males that had been discovered in a vehicle.
Everything old new again at Ladies Night

Everything old new again at Ladies Night

Fun and imagination proved to be the hallmarks of the fifth annual Ladies Night held at the Carlyle Pentecostal Church.

Stoughton Central School newsletter

Important Dates Jan. 31 First Day of Semester 2 and Feb. 4 High School Report Cards Blues Revival Presentation Elementary students go tobogganing in the afternoon Feb. 19 Ski Trip Feb.

Gov't signs agreement with Japan on carbon capture and clean coal

The Government of Saskatchewan and the Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL) have a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to encourage more cooperation between the province and Japan on technologies respecting clean coal and carbon capture and storage.
EAGM's dual exhibit launching party a big success

EAGM's dual exhibit launching party a big success

One artist was urging the public to look at Saskatchewan's farming community in a bold new way while another was asking them to find their feminine side.
Canada's top mystery novelist stops in for a visit

Canada's top mystery novelist stops in for a visit

The 12th mystery novel from the mind and keyboard of Gail Bowen featuring Joanne Kilbourne, sleuth and woman-about-Saskatchewan, is on book store shelves right now.

John Gormley to speak at Weyburn Chamber AGM

The Weyburn Chamber of Commerce's 2011 annual general meeting and President's Dinner will be held on Friday, March 11, at 6 p.m. in McKenna Hall.

Deer likely to enter city as snowfall amounts increase

The deer population is down in the Weyburn area this year compared to past years, but will be seen inside the city as more snow is received. Lindsey Leko, a conservation officer in Weyburn, said/ the number of deer are down for one main reason.

Weyburn sets record for construction activity

The City of Weyburn experienced a fair amount of growth in 2010 which should continue on into the new year, as the city set a new record for construction activity in 2010, and the population has jumped by 14.

Border officials confiscate nearly $1 million in goods in 2010

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) came off a very busy month of December with a number of incidents involving people attempting to avoid paying GST or other taxes as well as a number of people being denied entry due to criminal records.
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