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Health region adopts Releasing Time to Care program

Sun Country Health Region has adopted a new Patient First program called Releasing Time to Care (RTC) that will assist nursing staff to spend more time with patients.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfrom July 18 to July 24: Bridge: (Monday) 1stMildred Sandiford,2nd Roy Wallin, 3rd John Whitell. Bridge: (Friday) 1stMarion Brown,2nd Lucie Nickel, 3rd tied Jim Brown, Sally Tooke.
Ladies 10th tournament attracts over 100 golfers

Ladies 10th tournament attracts over 100 golfers

The Weyburn Ladies Golf Club held their 10th annual tournament on July 24 and 25 at the Weyburn Golf Course with 101 golfers participating.

Rider Insider

Yikes! The Saskatchewan Roughriders' bubble didn't just burst, it exploded Saturday night in Calgary. Henry Burris threw four touchdowns and Joffrey Reynolds ran for another as the Stampeders routed the Riders 40-20 at McMahon Stadium.

Backpacks In Motion

Weyburn In Motion is currently participating in a pilot project called "Backpacks In Motion." The backpacks are full of games meant to inspire physical activity including Frisbees, horse shoe sets, badminton racquets and much more.

Skin Deep

Jennifer's Journal

Local University of Saskatchewan grads

Several students from Weyburn graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, recently. Desiree Danielle Smith and Michael Aaron Bauche received their Bachelor of Education.

Police remove dynamite with help from Regina Bomb Squad

Report from the Weyburn Police Service from the period of July 19 to 25: *On July 25, police attended to complaints of thefts from campers at River Park Campground. Some of the items were recovered. The matter is under investigation.
Longest full-time employee leaves animal shelter

Longest full-time employee leaves animal shelter

Long-time Weyburn Humane Society Animal Shelter employee Janna Holtz is leaving the shelter to further her career.
Weyburn Wheat Festival weaves fun and heritage into one

Weyburn Wheat Festival weaves fun and heritage into one

There will be entertainment weaved with heritage at Weyburn's 14th annual Wheat Festival on August 6, 7 and 8. The Wheat Festival will kick-off with a pancake breakfast care of The Family Place at Memorial Park on Friday, August 6 from 8 to 10 a.m.
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