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Weyburn Review

Automated Refuse System to begin in January

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on September 27; here are the major points of interest: *Concern over implementation of the City's new automated refuse system caused Council to debate whether the program should be held-off unti

Police investigate car fire

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of September 20 to 26: *On September 25, police received a complaint in regards to a vehicle fire at the east end of Weyburn. Someone had thrown fireworks into the vehicle, causing the fire.

Rider Insider

Welcome to the home stretch. The Saskatchewan Roughriders closed the book on the opening "two-thirds" of the 2010 schedule Saturday night with a thrilling come-from-behind 32-25 victory over the Tigercats in Hamilton.
Shaking things up at the Salvation Army

Shaking things up at the Salvation Army

The Mailmans are shaking things up at the Weyburn Salvation Army this year.

Attracting tourism and funding to Douglas Centre

Cultural and Tourism Director for the Tommy Douglas Centre John Nolan said that a public forum held on September 27 regarding the future of the Centre went better than he expected. "We had about 30 people show up," said Nolan.

Smoking in vehicles with children banned Oct. 1

The Saskatchewan government is following through on its commitment to protect children under-16 from second-hand smoke in vehicles.

Wings find 500 at start of season

The Weyburn Red Wings traveled the long, lonely road to Flin Flon last weekend in search of their first regular season win in the 2010-11 season.

Women's Support Group begins Oct. 20

Envision Counselling and Support Centre is holding a Women?s Support Group for women who are in, or have recently left, an abusive relationship.
Swing for Scholarships raises $5,600 for students

Swing for Scholarships raises $5,600 for students

The 12th annual "Swing for Scholarships" golf tournament was successful in raising approximately $5,600 for the Centennial Merit Scholarship program at Southeast Regional College.

Liberal, NDP and Bloc Coalition support long gun registry in close vote

Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki said that the Conservative government will continue to fight to abolish the long gun registry, despite losing the vote to end the registry in Ottawa on September 22.