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Police charge 15-year-old female with weapon assault

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of August 9 to 16: *On August 15, police received a report of a vehicle having had the windshield damaged by a pellet gun.

College gears up for another school year

As the month of August winds down, staff at Southeast Regional College are gearing up for the annual influx of students starting their post?secondary studies.

Tailgate for touchdowns

Meyers Norris Penny is supporting local sports programming with a classic tailgate party. Meyers Norris Penny (MNP) will be hosting a barbecue on Wednesday, August 25 outside their office. The event will kick-off at 11 a.m. and wind down at 2 p.m.

Rider Insider

Back on track. The Saskatchewan Roughriders improved to 5-2 on the season with a 37-13 romp over the B.C.
Million dollars up for grabs

Million dollars up for grabs

The sixth annual AM 1190/The Family Place Million Dollar Hole-in-one kicked off at Jubilee Park on August 18. Several residents made their way to the park to try their hand at a prize-winning swing.
President's Day Club Championships at Weyburn Golf Course

President's Day Club Championships at Weyburn Golf Course

The club champion in the men's division went to Carter Hilkewich with a score of 73. Chad Bailey took low net score in the first flight with Marshall Bakken coming in second. In the second flight, low gross score went to Kelly Hilkewich with a 76.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfromAugust8to August 14: Bridge: (Monday) 1stStan Sampson,2nd Basil Holyer, 3rdSally Tooke. Bridge: (Friday) 1stJim Brown,2ndStan Sampson,3rdLucie Nickel.

Stolen trailer and quad in Ralph

Weyburn RCMPand Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's assistance in solving a trailer and recreational vehicle theft. Sometime between August 1 and 3, a car trailer and quad were stolen in the Ralph area from a lease location.

SaskTel launches largest 3G+ wireless network in Saskatchewan

SaskTel has announced the launch of the first phase of its new 3G+ wireless network.
Scotty the T-rex welcomed in Weyburn

Scotty the T-rex welcomed in Weyburn

Scotty the T-rex received a grand welcoming to Weyburn at the Soo Line Historical Museum on August 18. The Museum held a reception to acknowledge the arrival of the travelling exhibit from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM).
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