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Good morning Weyburn! The City of Weyburn is offering a new Sepak Takraw drop-in program this fall/winter and is hosting an event night.
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Aaron Danan gives a high kick of the ball over to Erickson Antes on the other side of the net, during practice for the Sepak Takraw Canadian open championship.

WEYBURN — The City of Weyburn is offering a new Sepak Takraw drop-in program this fall/winter and is hosting an event night with Sepak Takraw Association of Canada (STAC) tonight, Friday, Sept. 23 at the Credit Union Spark Centre from 7 to 9:45 p.m.

It is a busy night for sports. The Weyburn Comp Eagles will face against Estevan at the Weyburn Minor Football League field for a game under the lights.

The Richardson Pioneer Weyburn Red Wings have their home opener against the Estevan Bruins, at Crescent Point Place, puck drops at 7 p.m.

Today's weather

Rain ending early this morning then mainly cloudy with 30 percent chance of showers. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h this afternoon. High 18. UV index 3 or moderate.

Clearing early this evening. Increasing cloudiness before morning. Wind northwest 20 km/h. Low 6.

ICYMI Weyburn

Some producers were able to continue their harvest operations without issue while others were slowed down due to cool, damp weather. Harvest progress for the region is at 65 per cent, up from 57 per cent last week but well behind the five-year average of 78 per cent.

Members of the Richardson Pioneer Weyburn Red Wings are ready for their home opener, when they face Estevan Bruins at Crescent Point Place on Friday, September 23. Puck drops at 7 p.m.

Wawota Parkland School hosted the 2022 Senior South East Cornerstone Public School Division golf championships at Golf Kenosee on Sept. 19.

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Agriculture This Week: There is little likelihood that climate change is some great hoax perpetrated by some cabal with an agenda known only to themselves and a few conspiracy theorists. It would be nice if it actually was just a story seeded to create fear, but the evidence of change is mounting. 

The most popular premier in the country is Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe. That’s according to an Angus Reid Institute poll that came out on Thursday.

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