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Weyburn resident wins $1 million from scratch ticket

Winning a million dollars will help George Tosczak to achieve a few things that he has dreamed about, but he noted, "I won't change too much.
Triple C Centre launches lottery

Triple C Centre launches lottery

Mayor Debra Button hands over $100 to buy the first ticket in the Weyburn Triple C Centre lottery on Thursday, from Triple C chairman Dave Craigen in front of the old Collegiate wing of the Weyburn Comprehensive School.

EDITORIAL: Residents can help stop vandalism

An old saying goes, "One rotten apple can spoil the barrel.

Moisture causing concerns for highways in southeast

Highway infrastructure is a concern for both the provincial government, and the official opposition, as the effects of moisture on primary and secondary roads are starting to be reported.

Bus depot will move to Zippy Mart

The new location for the Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) bus depot in Weyburn will be at the Zippy Mart at 1610 First Avenue NE, starting effective Tuesday, May 31.

Walmart and UFCW are in first contract bargaining

First contract negotiations between the United Food and Commercial Works (UFCW) Local 1400 and Wal-Mart Canada regarding their Weyburn location have been ongoing.
Comp artists recognized for achievement

Comp artists recognized for achievement

Comp artists Johanna Nikkel, left, and Alyssa Regnier, right, are congratulated as they were presented with certificates by Darren McKee, assistant deputy minister of Education, during a special reception held for the artists chosen for the 2011 Mini
Gathering of supports for Weyburn families

Gathering of supports for Weyburn families

Participants in the second annual "Walk to End Duchenne" gather at Assiniboia Park Elementary School on Saturday, to raise funds for Jesse's Journey and support two Weyburn families.
Pirates join Breast Friends to raise cash for cancer

Pirates join Breast Friends to raise cash for cancer

Just one day after accepting the YWCAs "Women of Distinction" award with her colleagues, Breast Friends member and former Weyburnite Cecile Halyk was in Weyburn to speak at a fundraising event hosted by a local group.

Housing survey reveals Weyburn houses up 140 percent in four years

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on May 9; here are the major points of interest: *This week, City Council's administrative committee received a new Housing Need and Demand Survey prepared by the Saskatchewan Housing and Urban D