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Weyburn Review

Wheatland Souris Challenge

The Southeast Connection Sport, Culture and Recreation District, in partnership with the City of Weyburn, are committed to providing a quality summer recreation program.

West Nile Virus-transmitting mosquitoes found in region

Small numbers of the Culex tarsalis mosquitoes, that can transmit West Nile Virus, were caught in some of the mosquito traps set up in Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) during the first week of June.

Police charge two adults for multiple thefts

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of June 7 to 13: *On June 10, police attending to a complaint of a theft from a local business.A quad seat was stolen.Police are continuing to investigate.

Council given final concept for Souris Valley grounds

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on June 14, here are the major points of interest: *Council was presented with the seventh and final concept for development of the Souris Valley grounds by Principal Engineer for Stantec Consult

Weyburn-Estevan area attracts $34.5 million for Crown land

The June sale of petroleum and natural gas rights generated $46.2 million in revenue, making it the second-highest June land sale on record. Land sale revenue for the 2010 calendar year now stands at $275.

Summer art programs for kids

There is something to interest children of all ages at the Signal Hill Arts Centre this summer. The preschooler, between the ages of 3 and 5 years, can enjoy an eight-week art program on Tuesday or Thursday between 10 and 11 a.m.
Communities in Bloom promotes "smart shopping" with Reusable Bag Week

Communities in Bloom promotes "smart shopping" with Reusable Bag Week

The Communities in Bloom (CiB) committee held a Reusable Bag Week from May 31 to June 4 in Weyburn to promote the use of reusable shopping bags over disposable plastic and paper bags.
Beavers up-and-down play continues

Beavers up-and-down play continues

The Weyburn Beavers have continued their early-season trend of up-and-down play. During a seven-day stretch from June 10 to 16, the Beavers played five times, winning twice and losing three times.
Residential Clean-Up Campaign

Residential Clean-Up Campaign

Residential judging for the annual Clean-Up Campaign took place on June 7 with Area 5 (east of 16th Street from East Avenue North to Douglas Road) winning the competition that judged tidiness of lawns and alleys.

Rider Insider

The Saskatchewan Roughriders, for the most part, looked rusty in a 19-17 loss to the B.C. Lions Sunday afternoon at Mosaic Stadium in the preseason opener for both football clubs.