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Weyburn Review

Drug bust sees three charged for trafficking cocaine

A seven-month long police investigation has led to three arrests, including one Weyburn resident.

Frustration with "The System"

Maybe That's Just Me

Proposed budget for 2011-12 school year approved

The South East Cornerstone School Board has approved the budget for 2011-12 school year, with total revenues of $102.7 million, operating expenditures of $92.3 million, capital expenditures of $22.9 million and total staff of 1,113.
Rudachyk leaves The Family Place in good hands

Rudachyk leaves The Family Place in good hands

Weyburn will be losing a special member of the community for the next year. Linda Rudachyk, former manager of The Family Place, and her family are taking a one-year leave to "slow down and enjoy each other and nature.

Viterra commits $100,000 to North American Flood Assistance

Viterra Inc. has launched a North American Flood Assistance Program to provide community-based flood assistance to communities that have been affected by the 2011 spring flooding in Western Canada and the United States.

Credit Unions accepting donations for Red Cross disaster relief

Canadian Red Cross and SaskCentral announced that cash donations to help Saskatchewan residents devastated by recent disasters will be accepted at participating Saskatchewan Credit Unions until July 22.

Silver Seals have successful first meet of the season

Members of theWeyburn Silver Seals travelled to Melville on June 25 to take part in the first speed swimming meet of the season.
Gymnastics members get results at Provincials

Gymnastics members get results at Provincials

Members of the Weyburn Gymnastics Club participated in the 2011 Provincials in Prince Albert, recently, winning five top-three spots.Results for Provincial 2 Tyro (ages 12-13): McKenzie Winter:Vault - 12.300 (6th) Bars - 12.250 (3rd) Beam - 10.

SCIC and SGEU reach tentative agreement

The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) and the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union (SGEU) reached a tentative agreement on June24. The current collective agreement expired September 30, 2009.

Duncan defends decisions of Watershed Authority

Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA Dustin Duncan, Minister of Environment and Minister in charge of Saskatchewan Watershed Authority, is speaking about the work done by his ministries during the state of emergency declared in Weyburn and surrounding communities d