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Fair days set to go

Fair days set to go

The Weyburn Agricultural Society Fair will officially kick-off summer for Weyburn and area. The fun begins with the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce's annual Fair Parade on July 5. The parade will leave from Fifth Avenue North at 10:30 a.m.

Council joins Upper Souris Watershed Association

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on June 28; here are the major points of interest: *Council approved an annual membership fee of $5,000 to join the Upper Souris Watershed Association (USWA).

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfrom June20 to June 26: Bridge: (Monday) 1stStan Sampson,2nd Chris Diemert, 3rd Mildred Sandiford. Bridge: (Friday) 1stGeorge Gillies,2nd Chris Diemert, 3rd Bernice Carlson.

Police deal with alcohol-related incidents

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of June 21 to 27: *On June 27, Weyburn Police and RCMP investigated a careless driver complaint. A 25-year-old Weyburn male was charged with impaired driving and refusing a breath test.

Cabinet shuffle - Duncan gets new role

Premier Brad Wall made changes to the provincial cabinet and other MLA duties on June 29, including a new role for Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA Dustin Duncan.
Friendship exchange gives Weyburn couples a global view

Friendship exchange gives Weyburn couples a global view

Two Weyburn couples recently travelled to Turkey to experience another culture, make lasting friendships and learn more about the humanitarian efforts of Rotary International.

Cancer Jam celebrates 22 years

The 22nd annual Country Music Jamboree raised over $50,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) on June 26 and 27 at Nickle Lake Regional Park.

Sask leads the way in wage increases

Saskatchewan led the country in wage increases in April, with the province's workers seeing the highest year-over-year increase in Canada.

Saskatchewan population reaches all-time high

Saskatchewan continues to be one of the fastest growing provinces in Canada, growing by 3,711 people in the first quarter of 2010 to an all-time high of 1,041,729 people.
Beavers drop games after beating Regina

Beavers drop games after beating Regina

The Weyburn Beavers finally defeated the Regina Red Sox, but proceed to lose the games that followed the victory.