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Weyburn golfers compete at provincials

Two Weyburn women competed at the Saskatchewan Golf Association's Women's Amateur tournament, and two men entered the Men's Mid-Amateur, both of which were held at Golf Kenosee from July 13 to 16.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfrom July11 to July 17: Bridge: (Monday) 1stGeorge Gillies,2nd Mildred Sandiford, 3rd Elfrieda Mantay. Bridge: (Friday) 1stGeorge Gillies,2nd Andy Dumba, 3rd Roy Wallin.

Police lay charges for narcotics

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of July 12 to 19: *On July 19, police were called to investigate a possible prescription drug forgery, the matter is under investigation.

Entering high-risk West Nile Virus season

The Ministry of Health is reminding Saskatchewan residents to take protective measures against mosquitoes, as the risk of exposure to West Nile Virus is beginning to increase.
City and other partners team-up with College to provide training

City and other partners team-up with College to provide training

Five future Heavy Equipment Operators wrapped up their onemonth training program at the Weyburn Landfill on July 15, thanks to many partnerships.

Cornerstone seeking feedback on new website design

South East Cornerstone School Division is looking for public input and feedback regarding the division's new website and its potential usability.

Local University of Regina grads

Several Weyburnites graduated from the University of Regina in 2010, including: Bachelor of Education graduates Kalen Eli Swedburg, Megan Nicole Hughes, Adam Soren-Doud Wilson, Nicole Corinne Squires, Justine Rhea Kwochka, Jeffrey Steven Moser, Mande

City's local improvement program to start fairly soon

The City of Weyburns local improvement program has yet to get underway for 2010, but is likely to get started this week or next week, depending when the contractors are able to get to the city, said assistant engineer Rene Richard.

Stoughton Agriculture Society results from the summer exhibition

Winners of Hand and Fancy Work: Knit baby sweater 0-12 months- 1st Muriel McKinnonKnit child's sweater 2-yrs.
DeLaet ties course record, ties 31st at Reno-Tahoe

DeLaet ties course record, ties 31st at Reno-Tahoe

A course record at the Reno-Tahoe Open was tied by Graham DeLaet, former Weyburn resident, as he took his lowest round so far during his rookie season on the Professional Golf Association (PGA) tour.