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Mayor's Luncheon boasts "Mental Health for All"

The annual Mental Health Week is approaching and the Weyburn branch of Canadian Mental Health is preparing for this recurring event by reminding residents that mental health is everyone's business with this year's theme "Mental Health for All.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activities for the week of April 3 to 9: Bridge: (Monday) 1st Jim Brown, 2nd John Whitell, 3rd Jack Medwed. Bridge: (Friday) 1st Kay Bachman tied Annie Balzer, 2nd Vern Leach.
Donation of food to Humane Society

Donation of food to Humane Society

Staff and participants at the Co-operative Playschool donate a variety of food products to the representatives from the Weyburn Humane Society.

Family Place hires replacement

The Family Place has found a replacement for Linda Rudachyk, who has decided to retire from her position this summer. The board of directors announced that they have offered the position of executive director to Kathy Helfrick, effective July 1.

Weyburn police aiming to hand out 'Positive Tickets'

Quota International of Weyburn is teaming up with the Weyburn Police Service to launch the "Positive Ticket" program in the city. This project is part of the 40 Developmental Assets Initiative brought forward by the Sun Country Health Region.
Missing snake found alive, taken to Alta. reptile zoo

Missing snake found alive, taken to Alta. reptile zoo

The missing snake inside the J. Auburn Pepper Building at the City Centre Mall has been found, alive and well. The young red-tailed boa constrictor had been missing since early February.
DeLaet feels 'fairly close' to returning to PGA tour

DeLaet feels 'fairly close' to returning to PGA tour

After another month of rehabilitation from his back surgery, golfer Graham DeLaet feels he is getting "fairly close" to when he can return to the Professional Golf Association tour.

EDITORIAL: Bullying has to be stopped

Bullying is an ongoing problem in schools, and in many other places beyond school, and despite all the publicity and programs over the last several years, it does not seem to be diminishing at all.
Singing 'On Golden Pond'

Singing 'On Golden Pond'

Chelsea (Connie Nightingale) and Ethel (Lois Watts) sing "On Golden Pond" to Charlie (Doug Loden), during dress rehearsals for the play at the Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre.

Voters will need ID for fed. election

Every Canadian lining to vote in the upcoming federal election on Monday, May 2, must have identification to vote. This is the message from Canada's Chief Electoral Officer, Marc Mayrand.
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