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Pangman author shares second book with public

Pangman author shares second book with public

Pangman native Rosemary Flaaten (nee Sheppard) came to Weyburn with her newest book, "A Woman and Her Workplace: Building Healthy Relationships from 9-5," where she delves into the issue of workplace relationships.

Community Literacy Plan in the works for Weyburn

The Ministry of Education announced that nine communities from across the province will share in $385,000 in funding under the SaskSmart Innovations Fund to support the implementation of their Community Literacy Plans.

Police enforce sober driving during holiday season

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of December 6 to 12: *On December 12, police were called to assist the Weyburn Fire Department at a house fire.
Liberation Treatment improves lives of two young Weyburn women

Liberation Treatment improves lives of two young Weyburn women

Two young Weyburn women recently underwent a controversial procedure, not currently practised in Canada, to help improve their lives and are now marvelling at its success.

Canadian Blood Services needs 22,000 more donors this holiday season

As Canadians prepare to celebrate this holiday season, many hospital patients will be fighting to celebrate life itself.

New refuse system for the New Year

The City of Weyburn will roll out the new automated refuse carts in the New Year. The delivery of the new carts will begin on January 17, 2011, not January 3 as was originally predicted.

Kick-off the New Year on a healthy note

Olympia Fitness is hosting the "Olympia Summit" as a way to guide the community towards a healthier lifestyle in the New Year.

The Family Place hosts benefit brunch

The Family Place, St. Dominic Savio School and the employees of the Weyburn Co-op are hosting a benefit brunch for the James and Shauna Donison family. The Donison's eight-year-old son Riley, a Grade 3 student at St.
Passing on a wish to Santa

Passing on a wish to Santa

Santa clasps hands as he talks quietly with Josephine Johnson, during a visit to the Tatagwa View long-term care home on Wednesday.

Weyburn Reg'l Planning Commission finishes year

The Weyburn District Regional Planning Commission reached the end of its first year of operation with their meeting on Dec. 3, and reports that they are achieving their goals so far.