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Weyburn Review

Crop report for Oct. 5 - 11

Recent warm and sunny weather has allowed Saskatchewan producers to make significant harvest progress again this week. Eighty-three percent of the 2010 crop has been combined, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.
Wings drop two at home

Wings drop two at home

The Weyburn Red Wings have traded one pair of brothers for another with the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL).
Celtic Tenors perform Oct. 25

Celtic Tenors perform Oct. 25

Weyburn Concert Series will be presenting the Celtic Tenors as their kick-off to the 2010-2011 season on Monday, October 25 at the Weyburn Comprehensive School Cafetorium at 7:30 p.m.

Headless Hauntings on Hallowed Hill

The Tommy Douglas Centre is putting on a Halloween Haunting with the Headless Horseman on October 29, 30 and 31. Participants can expect a spooky story telling of a condensed version of Sleepy Hollow at the Headless Hauntings on Hallowed Hill event.
Trying to get a shot off

Trying to get a shot off

Gold Wings player Kylie Gavelin, No. 15, temporarily loses the puck in her skates as she tries to line up a shot close to the Regina Rebels' net.

"Halloween for Hunger" food drive

The Weyburn Comprehensive School is participating in a Halloween-themed food drive. The school?s Student Representative Council (SRC) is sponsoring a ?Halloween for Hunger? event on Sunday, October 31.

Saskatchewan slates $5 million for MS liberation clinical trials

The Government of Saskatchewan is following through on its commitment and investing $5 million to fund clinical trials for the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) liberation procedure.

Rider Insider

"They had over 200 yards rushing? That's ridiculous." - Roughriders defensive lineman Marcus Adams. Yes, they did. The Calgary Stampeders came into Regina Sunday afternoon with a clear-cut game plan; rush the ball.

One woman's words

Jennifer's Journal

Let us work 'the United Way'

The residents of Weyburn and area have shown they are generous, time and time again, with their time and their money when a good cause comes along that everyone can get behind.