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Southeast Connection to hold AGM

Southeast Connection is inviting southeast municipalities to their upcoming annual general meeting scheduled for May 25 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in Forget at the Happy Nun Café.
Red Devil soccer teams capture gold medals on weekend

Red Devil soccer teams capture gold medals on weekend

This weekend the under 10 Mini Red Devil girls and the under 16 Red Devil girls went to Saskatoon compete in the Lakewood Kickstart Tournament.

Bailey claims council seat in city by-election

Long time Weyburn resident Winston Bailey was elected to Weyburn City council during Wednesday's civic election due to an opening left by former councilman Dave Craigen who left due to health reasons.
Winston Bailey wins byelection

Winston Bailey wins byelection

Realtor Winston Bailey is the newest member of city council, after more than doubling his nearest competition to win the city byelection on Wednesday.
Soccer teams win gold in Saskatoon

Soccer teams win gold in Saskatoon

The Saskatoon Kickstart tournament officially started the season for all traveling soccer teams from Weyburn on May 14 and 15. Three teams won gold, the U10 Mini Red Devils, the U12 L'il Black Devils and the U16 Red Devils.
City police kept busy with accidents, noisy parties

City police kept busy with accidents, noisy parties

The Weyburn Police Service attended to a total of 98 calls of service between the dates of May 9 and 15; of these, there was a total of 15 false alarm calls that the police attended to.

Weyburn resident wins $1 million from scratch ticket

Winning a million dollars will help George Tosczak to achieve a few things that he has dreamed about, but he noted, "I won't change too much.
Triple C Centre launches lottery

Triple C Centre launches lottery

Mayor Debra Button hands over $100 to buy the first ticket in the Weyburn Triple C Centre lottery on Thursday, from Triple C chairman Dave Craigen in front of the old Collegiate wing of the Weyburn Comprehensive School.

EDITORIAL: Residents can help stop vandalism

An old saying goes, "One rotten apple can spoil the barrel.

Moisture causing concerns for highways in southeast

Highway infrastructure is a concern for both the provincial government, and the official opposition, as the effects of moisture on primary and secondary roads are starting to be reported.
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