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Fans gather for Roughrider autographs

Fans gather for Roughrider autographs

A group of fans gather at the Weyburn Co-op Food Store on May 22 to get autographs from Saskatchewan Roughriders Darian Durant, Chris Getzlaf and Weston Dressler.

New service at WPL

Weyburn Public Library is thrilled to be rolling out a new service for our multi cultural base here in Weyburn. In order to welcome new comers we now have a collection of multilingual materials for both adults and children.

Beavers home opener to have lots to offer, June 4

The Weyburn Beavers will have a lot to offer baseball fans for their home opener against the Yorkton Cardinals on Saturday, June 4.

Crescent Point continues to expand oil production

Crescent Point Energy continued to acquire properties and to grow their production levels of light and medium oil and natural gas in the first quarter of 2011.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

I hate to sound like a Luddite, or a dinosaur, but it is my view that sometimes the so-called "social media" is good for nothing more than promoting the latest fad. In fact, the social media (a.k.a. Twitter, Facebook, etc., etc.

HSAS union asks premier to order binding arbitration

The 3,000-member Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan (HSAS) took a break from their labour actions this week as they challenged Premier Brad Wall to order independent binding arbitration to avoid addition striking by health care professionals

Schools to close for two days, talks break down

All schools in the Weyburn and southeast region will be closed today, May 25, and Thursday, May 26, for a two-day teachers' strike, after the two sides in the ongoing labour dispute between the province and the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation broke
Replacing a pumpjack's wellhead

Replacing a pumpjack's wellhead

A crew works together to replace the wellhead onto an Apache pumpjack in the Midale oil field, after it was serviced by Precision Well Servicing Rig 69 on Wednesday.

Beef producers want American SRM rules

The Canadian cattle producers are lobbying to harmonize some of their food regulations with their American counterparts, because Canada's rules are costing producers a lot of money, particularly in regard to specified risk materials (SRMs).
Setting a high jump record

Setting a high jump record

Ben Rumpel of the Weyburn Junior High curls his way over the bar in the high jump as he sets a new record for the midget boys category, at the Pre-District Track Meet hosted by the Comp on Thursday. The record was previously 1.
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