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Weyburn Review

Local residents urged to roll up their sleeves

Summer need prompts call for blood donors in Estevan & Weyburn
Road Race attracts 105 participants

Road Race attracts 105 participants

Weyburn's Opportunity Road Race hit the streets on Sunday, August 21 with 105 entrants coming from Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Oxbow and Weyburn and area.

Winter wheat, ideal crop solution for wet conditions

Many growers across the prairies are facing challenging circumstances. Due to wet spring and summer conditions, millions of acres have gone unseeded on the prairies.

Seniors ride for just $10 in September

For the month of September, seniors will be able to ride anywhere along the Saskatchewan Transportation Company's (STC) network for only $10 one-way.

Farmers busy swathing, combining and hauling hay

Harvest is underway according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly Crop Report. Three per cent of the 2011 crop has been combined. The five-year (2006-2010) provincial average for this time of year is five per cent combined.
Renovations restrict access at Comp

Renovations restrict access at Comp

The Comprehensive library is restricted from access during renovations that are on-going at the school this year.

Outdoor pool closes Sunday

The Weyburn Leisure Centre will be closing their outdoor pool on Sunday, August 28 and moving indoors beginning Tuesday, September 6. With the closing of the pool, the Centre is offering on Sunday a public swim from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. and a $5.

Online application for Health Services card now available

Canadian citizens and permanent residents moving to Saskatchewan from other provinces or territories will now be able to apply online for a Saskatchewan Health Services Card.

Nominations open for Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal

Saskatchewan residents have until October 18 to nominate individuals for the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal. The Volunteer Medal recognizes individuals who have provided outstanding volunteer service or exceptional community involvement.

WIT announces first half performance

The first half of Fiscal 2011 was profitable for Weyburn Inland Terminal Ltd., however operations have been impacted by consecutive years of flooding in the company's core market area. WIT reported after-tax earnings of $904,000 ($0.