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Swimming in memory of a sister

Swimming in memory of a sister

Silver Seals swimmer Khloe Bedore, nearest the camera, is first off the block in her race, the 7-10 girls 100-metre intermediate medley, during the home meet hosted by the Silver Seals on Sunday at the Weyburn Leisure Centre's outdoor pool.

Chamber wants controls on minimum wage hikes

The Weyburn Chamber of Commerce is hoping that any future increases in the province's minimum wage will stay independent of economic indicators, in light of the fact the provincial minimum wage is scheduled to go up from $9.25 per hour to $9.
Safe at home plate

Safe at home plate

A Regina Red Sox safely slides in at home after catcher Reed Lavallee of the Weyburn Senior Beavers attempted to get the throw in time to put the runner out at home, during WMBL action on Friday evening at Tom Laing Park.

Yellow Grass conserving water after flood situation

Yellow Grass (cpd) - The town of Yellow Grass is asking residents to conserve water as the lift station is having problems keeping up to the high demands that were put on it.

EDITORIAL: Bring 'em back alive this year

Years ago a safety campaign used the slogan, "Bring 'em back alive", especially in the summertime when many families hit the road for their summer vacation trips.
Police deal with 226 calls in two weeks

Police deal with 226 calls in two weeks

City police investigate B&Es, thefts and assaults

Summer student will assist in youth theatre program

An active summer of a youth theatre development program has started at the Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre. Kjel Sidloski has been hired as their summer student to help in the program and to also give tours of the centre.

Farmers control weeds, haying operations start

Warm weather has helped some producers to control weeds on unseeded acres in southeast Saskatchewan, however the majority of the area continues to deal with excess moisture and limited field access.

Wal-Mart saga: Union appeals ruling

Ongoing legal issues between the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 1400 and the Wal-Mart Canada store in Weyburn will appear at the Queen Bench's court on Thursday, Aug. 11.
Items of interest at church centennial

Items of interest at church centennial

Current and former members of the Weyburn Free Methodist Church fill the Fellowship Hall on July 2 during the centennial celebrations, taking memorabilia, a silent auction, and a scale model of a Case threshing machine made by Jim Alexander (front le
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