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Weyburn's Amanda Duncan competes to be "The Next Big Thing"

Weyburn's Amanda Jane Duncan will be competing to be "The Next Big Thing" in the Big Dog 92.7 Country Talent Search this June. Nine emerging country artists have been selected and will perform live in three semi-final shows on June 1, 8 and 15.

Teacher's job action ends while mediator seeks settlement

At the request of both parties, Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister and Attorney General Don Morgan has appointed Richard Hornung, Q.C.

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Demonstrating the dangers of hitting power lines

Demonstrating the dangers of hitting power lines

SaskPower safety coordinator Cam McGillivray explains the dangers of what happens when equipment hits a power line, with the assistance of another employee Chris Goertzen.

Crop Insurance extends seeding deadlines

With many areas of the province receiving excess moisture this spring, the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation will be extending seeding deadlines for 2011, as it did in 2010.

Komarnicki not re-appointed as Parliamentary Secretary

Prime Minister Steven Harper recently made some changes to the appointments of Parliamentary Secretaries that allowed some new faces and newly elected MP's to experience being part of the daily functioning of Government.

Police warn residents of Grandparent Scam

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of May 23 to 29: *On May 29, police were called to investigate a report of mischief to a parked vehicle. The suspect had thrown a bicycle onto the vehicle. The matter is under investigation.

Health Region approves $134 million budget; earns Accreditation

Sun Country Regional Health Authority approved a $134 million operating budget at its regular monthly meeting on May 25. A capital spending budget for infrastructure and equipment was also approved.

Tragic death of 19-year-old Oxbow male

A tragic accident has struck the lives of several Southeast Saskatchewan teenagers. On May 29 at 12:35 a.m.the RCMP in Carnduff received acomplaint ofa 19-year-old male being struck by a vehicle in the Village of Alameda.

STC bus depot moves to Zippy Mart

The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) will now operate from a different location in Weyburn. The company announced details of a new partnership with the Zippy Mart, a local business in the city.
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