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"They had over 200 yards rushing? That's ridiculous." - Roughriders defensive lineman Marcus Adams. Yes, they did. The Calgary Stampeders came into Regina Sunday afternoon with a clear-cut game plan; rush the ball.

One woman's words

Jennifer's Journal

Let us work 'the United Way'

The residents of Weyburn and area have shown they are generous, time and time again, with their time and their money when a good cause comes along that everyone can get behind.

Weyburn woman to stand trial for disposing of baby

A 33-year-old Weyburn woman, Angela M. Vermeulen, will stand trial on a charge of disposing of the dead body of a child.
The 'Queen' honours museum volunteers

The 'Queen' honours museum volunteers

Art Wallace, president of the Soo Line Historical Society, is dubbed as "Lord Wallace" by Queen Elizabeth, a.k.a. Donna Sanders, as museum volunteer Mary Konotopetz looks on (and who was given the title of 'Lady').

Costs involved if city did sidewalk snow removals

Are the snow removal methods for the City of Weyburn geared to improve walkable areas for residents? This was a question posed by Claire and Ed Kuhn in a letter to the editor in the Sept. 29 publication of the Weyburn Review.

Lake Alma area residents visit during Thanksgiving

Lake Alma (cpd) - Garnet and Elaine Roysum took in the Riders football game in Regina on Oct. 9 and then went to Wilcox where they enjoyed Thanksgiving turkey supper at Shane and Lindsay Roysum's and their family.
Report card changes to take effect in November

Report card changes to take effect in November

Since the creation of the Southeast Cornerstone School Division four years ago, the division has been looking into introducing a division-wide report card and now, the new reporting system is about to be unveiled.
DeLaet ties sixth at Frys open, 102nd on money list

DeLaet ties sixth at Frys open, 102nd on money list

Graham DeLaet soared closer to securing a place in the top 100 money leaders in the PGA, after tying for sixth place at the Open.

Wal-Mart to now be certified by UFCW

It is official. The Weyburn Wal-Mart store will be certified for representation by the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), Local 1400, in a ruling released by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal on Thursday.