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Community meets to discuss asset-building in youth

Members of South East Cornerstone School Division's School Community Councils (SCCs) met recently to discuss the results of a division-wide student survey and how best to address the results at the school level.

Addiction awareness in Sun Country

Every year, Saskatchewan people use community addiction services like those offered in Sun Country Health Region (SCHR). Many others don't seek the help they need.Still others don't recognize the early signs of an addiction problem.

SaskTel extends 3G+ wireless network to Arcola and Bengough

SaskTel has expanded its 3G+ wireless network to 31 more locations across the province of Saskatchewan.

Seminar deals with employee misconduct

The Weyburn Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Meyers Norris Penny (MNP), is holding a free luncheon seminar that deals with employee misconduct and fraud.
Moose Mountain Pottery holds musical kiln-opening

Moose Mountain Pottery holds musical kiln-opening

The Moose Mountains were alive with the sounds of music recently as Moose Mountain Pottery, to celebrate its latest kiln opening, hosted a musical show featuring some wonderful Canadian folk music performers.

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.