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Fire Department handles more volume during 2010

Fire Department handles more volume during 2010

The Weyburn Fire Department has been very busy during 2010, according to Fire Chief Steve Debienne, due to an increase of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) incidents and responding to other calls of service in Weyburn and the surrounding area.

T.C. Douglas Centre forum held to discuss new ideas

There was a public forum held at the Tommy Douglas Centre on Sept. 27 regarding the future of the building and what types of programs or activities could be done this year at the Centre.
Sun Country bursaries to help recruit more doctors

Sun Country bursaries to help recruit more doctors

The Sun Country Health Region has changed its medical bursary policy in an effort to improve their recruitment of new doctors.
Walk for Wishes to raise funds for wishes on Oct. 16

Walk for Wishes to raise funds for wishes on Oct. 16

The Children's Wish Foundation will be holding its sixth annual Wishmaker Walk for Wishes at River Park on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 10 a.m. The walk is part of a national initiative aimed at creating awareness about the Children's Wish Foundation.

EDITORIAL

New refuse system is good idea
Big Brothers looking for volunteers

Big Brothers looking for volunteers

The Weyburn Big Brothers and Big Sisters Association is looking for volunteers for their in-school mentoring program, as well as for their regular "Big Brother" and "Big Sister" programs, and for their "Big Bunch" program which provides activities fo
Tatagwa View talent show

Tatagwa View talent show

Residents at Tatagwa View were encouraged to participate in their first annual Tatagwa View talent show held on Sept. 29.

Dealing with the doctor shortage

Jennifer's Journal
Readying to roof the Court House

Readying to roof the Court House

Work crews prepare the roof of Weyburn's historic Court House for new shingling, after removing all the old shingles, as part of the ongoing renovations work which is underway at the facility.

Automated Refuse System to begin in January

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on September 27; here are the major points of interest: *Concern over implementation of the City's new automated refuse system caused Council to debate whether the program should be held-off unti
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