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Weyburn Review

EDITORIAL: Hospital charity worth supporting

A Weyburn son will be returning to the city today for the purpose of supporting the Weyburn and District Hospital Foundation, which has the ominous task of fundraising for a new acute-care hospital in Weyburn.

Police investigate thefts of wire, cable at Sask. Power

During the week of July 18 to 24, the Weyburn Police Service received 107 calls for service. Theft of wire was investigated at the Sask. Power compound on July 24. The matter is under investigation.

Four-way returns at First Avenue and 16th Street

The intersection of First Avenue and 16th Street will become a four-way stop on Thursday, July 28.

SE crops are stressed; first by rains, then heat

First farmers in southeast Saskatchewan had to deal with too much moisture, and after receiving continued heat and humidity farmers are concerned for their haying and crop development. "Our crops are going to need a drink soon," said Brad Eggum.

Beavers split action, final push of season

The Beavers had a very busy week as they split seven games last week. All the teams in the Western Major Baseball League (WMBL) are currently on their final push before the playoffs, which start Saturday, July 30.
Beavers secure wins in doubleheader

Beavers secure wins in doubleheader

Weyburn Beavers Johnathan Rodriquez (No. 18) and Curtis Ford (No. 45) celebrate the runs they both scored while playing against the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets on Friday night.
Walking dogs on a warm summer day

Walking dogs on a warm summer day

Kass Lawrenz, left, leads girls from the "Just For Girls" art program on a walk with some of the dogs from the Weyburn Humane Society on Thursday. The girls include, from left, Shameeka MacDonald, Renee MacDonald, and Allegra Eddy.
Hospital E.R. to receive $35k from golf tournament proceeds

Hospital E.R. to receive $35k from golf tournament proceeds

The Travelodge Charity Golf Tournament raised a whopping $35,418 for the Weyburn General Hospital, recently. The money has been ear-marked for new Emergency Room equipment.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activities for the week of July 10 to 16: Bridge: (Monday) 1st Jack Medwed, 2nd Andy Goeres, 3rd Andy Dumba. Bridge: (Friday) 1st Andy Goeres, 2nd John Whitell, 3rd George Gillies.
A Radville teen could be Canada's "Next Star"

A Radville teen could be Canada's "Next Star"

Teenaged singer and songwriter Lexie Tytlandsvik could be on her way to becoming Canada's next star.