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Weyburn Review

Weyburn Bantam Raiders awards windup

On October 3, the Weyburn Bantam Raiders gathered at the South WeyburnCommunity Center to eat, visit and be rewarded. It was a beautiful sunnyday to have a potluck meal and just relax after three games in seven days.

Disposal of body and child porn at Weyburn Court

The Weyburn woman accused of giving birth in her home and putting her baby in a garbage bin back in May will be going to trial.

New grading system at school division

A division-wide system of reporting student achievement is being carried out at the South East Cornerstone School Division. Since the amalgamation of several smaller school divisions in 2006, SECSD staff has been requesting a standard report card.

Rider Insider

Welcome to "Down Week". Or perhaps "Caught-With-Our-Pants-Down Week".

Technology meets art at gallery

Currently on display at the Weyburn Credit Union Gallery is "Provenance" by Weyburn artist Malia Brackpool. The exhibit features mixed media artwork - original pencil drawings altered by digital technology.
Rookies share bonding experiences with Wings

Rookies share bonding experiences with Wings

Now in their second month of the regular season of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL), the Red Wings are coming closer together as a team.

Antique JD tractor sells for $90,000 at auction

An antique John Deere tractor, a rare version of one of the first-ever four-wheel drive tractors, was sold at a recent auction for $90,000 by Mack Auction Co. of Estevan.
Junior girls set off cross-country

Junior girls set off cross-country

A group of junior girls set off on a cross-country run at the Weyburn Golf Course on Wednesday, with participants from schools throughout the southeast district taking part.

Over 230 tickets sold for fall supper held in L.Alma

Lake Alma (cpd) - Despite the farmers being busy in the fields on Sept. 25, a very successful fall supper was held at the Community Hall. Over 230 supper tickets were sold. Several from the area took in the Hostfest at Minot, N.D., on Sept.

Harvest operations at 62%, shorter days now a concern

Further completion of harvest operations occurred in the southeast area, with producers taking advantage of warmer-than-average October temperatures.