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Stoughton Agriculture Society results from the summer exhibition

Winners of Hand and Fancy Work: Knit baby sweater 0-12 months- 1st Muriel McKinnonKnit child's sweater 2-yrs.
DeLaet ties course record, ties 31st at Reno-Tahoe

DeLaet ties course record, ties 31st at Reno-Tahoe

A course record at the Reno-Tahoe Open was tied by Graham DeLaet, former Weyburn resident, as he took his lowest round so far during his rookie season on the Professional Golf Association (PGA) tour.
Speed swimming meet at the Leisure Centre

Speed swimming meet at the Leisure Centre

Weyburn Silver Seal Caitlyn Davis dives into the water during one of the swim meets at the Leisure Centre on Saturday morning.
Moisture levels pretty good in region

Moisture levels pretty good in region

Crop quality good, but development variable
Ernie Neufeld a 'trend-setter', 'beacon of light'

Ernie Neufeld a 'trend-setter', 'beacon of light'

Former Review publisher passes

Heavy equipment course finishes up at reg'l college

A Heavy Equipment Operators one-month training course wrapped up on Thursday at the City of Weyburns landfill, put on by the Southeast Regional College.
Riderville contest

Riderville contest

Weyburn named as top five finalist
Lighting up the water tower

Lighting up the water tower

A lightning bolt bursts out behind Weyburn's historic water tower, during an active thunderstorm that hit Weyburn the evening of July 12.

Parks board seeks support for city's Tatagwa Parkway

The City of Weyburn's parks board is hoping to bring in more improvements and expansion of the Tatagwa Parkway, and are continuing with a contribution program through which they are hoping to garner community support for the park projects.
World premiere of play based on 1960's Weyburn

World premiere of play based on 1960's Weyburn

"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" meets "Who Has Seen the Wind?" is how John Nolan, cultural director for the Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre, described the world premiere play "The Crazy Man" being presented at the centre from August 5 to 8.