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Weyburn Wildlife Federation had 44 anglers for fish derby

Weyburn Wildlife Federation had 44 anglers for fish derby

The Weyburn Wildlife Federation held their annual Mainprize Fishing Derby on Saturday at Mainprize Regional Park, with 44 anglers.
Weyburn bowler happy with Special Olympics experience

Weyburn bowler happy with Special Olympics experience

Weyburn Special Olympics bowler Robin Stelter and her coach, Jo-Ann Paxman, returned home after winning a silver medal at the Special O Canada Winter Games.
Weyburn wrestlers bring home medals from two tournaments

Weyburn wrestlers bring home medals from two tournaments

Weyburn wrestlers brought home medals from two meets, including the SHSAA regionals in Rosetown, and the 2024 Pupsel Invitational in Saskatoon.
CRA: All GST/HST registrants should file returns electronically

CRA: All GST/HST registrants should file returns electronically

Heads up: If this change applies to you, there will be penalties for not filing electronically .
Classes learn the art of Ukrainian Easter eggs

Classes learn the art of Ukrainian Easter eggs

Instructor Sherry Klemmer taught two classes on how to create Ukrainian Easter eggs, at the Weyburn Public Library on Saturday. She took them step-by-step through the process of drawing a design, and dying the eggs in layers before ending with the final product.
Weyburn Comp Eagles junior boys b-ball finish with 16-1 record

Weyburn Comp Eagles junior boys b-ball finish with 16-1 record

The Weyburn Comp Eagles Junior Boys basketball team competed in their final tournament of the season at St. Michael over the weekend.
Envision's 50/50 for a Cause returns with up to $30K up for grabs

Envision's 50/50 for a Cause returns with up to $30K up for grabs

The annual 50/50 for a Cause is starting March 4 with 6,000 tickets up for sale.
Adjudicators named for Weyburn Rotary Music Festival

Adjudicators named for Weyburn Rotary Music Festival

Competitors at the upcoming Weyburn Rotary Music Festival will have their performances judged by an adjudicator, including Laurien Gibson for voice, Dianne Gryba for piano and Nora Wilson for band.
Update: Winter storm warning lifted

Update: Winter storm warning lifted

Heavy snow and blowing snow with low visibility are expected
No school in the southeast on Monday due to teachers' rotating picket line

No school in the southeast on Monday due to teachers' rotating picket line

Striking teachers from the local associations and several other affected divisions in the province will gather outside the Saskatchewan Legislature in Regina.