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Industry leaders/pioneers recognized at Oil Show

Industry leaders/pioneers recognized at Oil Show

The who's who of the oilfield biz converged on Weyburn this week to attend the 14th biennial Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show. Over 200 exhibitors from Saskatchewan and across the country filled Weyburn's two hockey rinks and Exhibition Grounds.
Former Red Wings run athletic training camp

Former Red Wings run athletic training camp

Former Red Wings Preston Shupe and Kyle Haines, both of Weyburn, have returned from school in the United States - where they also play competitive hockey - to train other local athletes this summer.
Jumpstart a success in Weyburn

Jumpstart a success in Weyburn

Weyburn's Canadian Tire Store recently finished its annual Jumpstart campaign, where thousands of dollars will go directly back towards local youth for programs such as hockey, skating, soccer and dance.

Sanctions lifted

All job sanctions initiated by the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) were suspended on June 1 in school divisions across the province.

Roughriders call on fans to Bleed Green

The Saskatchewan Roughriders and Canadian Blood Services are using Rider Pride to help save lives this CFL season.

Weyburn to be featured on CTV's Home Town Tour

The best of Weyburn will be broadcast to the rest of the province next week via CTV. CTV's Home Town Tour is hitting the road once again with partner, STC. Starting June 6, CTV Regina news anchors Danelle Boivin and J.C.
WCS students rock the Comp

WCS students rock the Comp

From a cast and crew of hundreds the Weyburn Comprehensive School (WCS) students put on one of their finest stage shows May 27 during a dinner theatre setting, amidst the continuing threat of teachers work to rule actions.

Oil and Gas Show opens, premier to be speaker

The 14th biennial Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show opens today, June 1, at the Weyburn exhibition grounds, with hundreds of exhibits and displays both indoors and outdoors, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Seeding plans are being reconsidered by farmers

As more rain was received in the southeast area last week, a few producers reported that there was little chance to continue seeding, and it would be a tough year for farmers.

EDITORIAL: Let's show some restraint out there

Is the labour unrest Saskatchewan residents are subject to part of the result of the booming economy and the high price of oil and of housing? It may not seem a likely connection at first glance, but it is a fact that a major part of the ongoing grow
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