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Weyburn Review

Police apprehend two youths for thefts from vehicles

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of August 2 to 9: *On August 8, police investigated a complaint of mischief at the youth center. The matter is under investigation.
Retired RCMP keeps heritage alive

Retired RCMP keeps heritage alive

Retired RCMP Sergeant Edgar A. Kuhn was eager to show visitors to Heritage Village the replica Royal North West Mounted Police (RNWMP) barracks during the Wheat Festival on August 6, 7 and 8.
Viewing T.C. Douglas memorabilia

Viewing T.C. Douglas memorabilia

John Nolan, director of the T.C. Douglas Centre, tours through memorabilia of the late Tommy Douglas with sculptor Lea Vivot on Aug. 10, during her first visit to the city.
T. C. Douglas statue coming to Weyburn September 10

T. C. Douglas statue coming to Weyburn September 10

When world-renowned sculptor Lea Vivot approached the City of Weyburn two years ago with the prospect of creating a statue of former Saskatchewan Premier Tommy Douglas she had one goal in mind - to "immortalize the immortal.

Drilling activity increases in 2010

Recent statistics show that drilling activity by the province's oil industry is rebounding after a challenging year in 2009.

Rider Insider

Everything happens for a reason. Do you believe that? I certainly do. And that's why I don't feel Friday's 30-26 Roughrider loss in Montreal was a bad thing.

Nominations open for Sask. Volunteer Medal

Saskatchewan residents have until October 18 to nominate individuals for the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal. The Volunteer Medal recognizes individuals who have provided outstanding volunteer service or exceptional community involvement.

Midget players represent Weyburn

Local Midget baseball players are taking their skills on the road.

A shot at $1 million

Someone could become a millionaire just by playing golf at the sixth annual Million Dollar Hole-in-one. The event is taking place from August 18 to 22 at Jubilee Park, hosted by The Family Place and AM 1190. The competition will take place from 11 a.

Credit Union accepting donations until August 31 for victims of severe weather

Canadian Red Cross and SaskCentral announced that cash donations to help Saskatchewan residents devastated by recent severe weather will continue to be accepted at participating Saskatchewan Credit Unions until August 31.