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Midale's museum hosts two-day Pioneer Echoes

Midale (cpd) The Midale Souris Valley Antique Association (Museum) held a very successful two-day Pioneer Echoes and Threshing Demo on the weekend of July 24 and 25.
Harvest has advanced the most in southern Sask.

Harvest has advanced the most in southern Sask.

Harvest has started in most areas of Saskatchewan with the swathing and combining of winter cereals, according to Saskatchewan Agricultures weekly crop report. I made a round on a canola crop but its not ready yet.

Lomond 4-H Beef Club holds supper and awards

The Lomond 4-H Beef Club held its Award, Sponsor and Buyer supper on August 6 at Tribune Hall.After a roast beef supper cooked by Myron and Sandy McLeod and sponsored by Cenovus, the club members received their awards from their Achievement Day.

WIT announces semi-annual dividends

The directors of Weyburn Inland Terminal Ltd. (WIT) announced their semi-annual dividends on August 10. Shareholders will see dividends of $1.60 per Class "A" Preferred Share, and $0.20 per Common Share.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfromAugust 1to August 7: Bridge: (Monday) 1stMarion Brown,2nd tied Elfrieda Mantay, Jack Medwed. Bridge (Friday): 1stVern Leach,2ndChris Diemert,3rdJack Medwed.

Council wants more input regarding redevelopment of Souris Valley grounds

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on August 9, here are the major points of interest: *Council has decided not to begin developing the site of the former Souris Valley Hospital for now, as a lack of public input or an anchor deve

Police apprehend two youths for thefts from vehicles

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of August 2 to 9: *On August 8, police investigated a complaint of mischief at the youth center. The matter is under investigation.
Retired RCMP keeps heritage alive

Retired RCMP keeps heritage alive

Retired RCMP Sergeant Edgar A. Kuhn was eager to show visitors to Heritage Village the replica Royal North West Mounted Police (RNWMP) barracks during the Wheat Festival on August 6, 7 and 8.
Viewing T.C. Douglas memorabilia

Viewing T.C. Douglas memorabilia

John Nolan, director of the T.C. Douglas Centre, tours through memorabilia of the late Tommy Douglas with sculptor Lea Vivot on Aug. 10, during her first visit to the city.
T. C. Douglas statue coming to Weyburn September 10

T. C. Douglas statue coming to Weyburn September 10

When world-renowned sculptor Lea Vivot approached the City of Weyburn two years ago with the prospect of creating a statue of former Saskatchewan Premier Tommy Douglas she had one goal in mind - to "immortalize the immortal.
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