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Oh Canada! The Roughriders celebrated the July 1st holiday with their own fireworks, coming back from a 21-point third quarter deficit to defeat the Montreal Alouettes 54-51 in double overtime in a Grey Cup rematch at Mosaic Stadium.

"Canada's worst neighbourhood" on display at gallery

A unique amateur photography project focusing on "Canada's worst neighbourhood" is on display at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery for the months of July and August.

Police find dead body in burnt suite

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of June 28 to July 7: *On July 7, at 12:14 p.m. police responded to a complaint of an apartment that had possibly been burnt on South Hill. The fire was out prior to arrival of police.

Beavers win games in Alberta

The annual July road trip through Alberta has proven to be the Weyburn Beavers undoing the last couple of years, as the club has struggled to win a game on those jaunts.
MLA Duncan promoted

MLA Duncan promoted

Cabinet shuffle
DeLaet ties at 33rd while at AT&T National event

DeLaet ties at 33rd while at AT&T National event

Staying mostly on-par during three of four rounds at the AT&T National resulted in Graham DeLaet in a tie for 33rd.
A variety of rides offered at Weyburn Fair

A variety of rides offered at Weyburn Fair

Brady Mack and Braden Gotte hang on tight to their ride, as they enjoy one of the offered activities at the Weyburn Fair on Monday. The 102nd annual Weyburn Fair was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Crescent Point tank farm damaged by lightning fire

An oil tank farm owned and operated by Crescent Point Energy was heavily damaged by fire following a lightning strike early Friday morning near Stoughton.The lightning hit around 3:30 a.m.

Seeding is finished, rainy conditions hinder progress

A week of sunny and windy weather has helped to dry some areas and improve crop conditions as seeding is basically done for the year.

EDITORIAL

Souris River group looks to future