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Cadets to celebrate 64th year

Seventeen members of 2302 Weyburn Legion Cadet Corps will celebrate their 64th anniversary on Tuesday, May 31 at their home, The Royal Canadian Legion Hall in Weyburn.
Former Weyburn woman wins triathlon

Former Weyburn woman wins triathlon

Former local and daughter of City Councillor Nancy Styles, Sharon Styles, came in first place at the Athleta Iron Girl Lake Las Vegas Women's Triathlon in Lake Las Vegas on April 30.

Flooding affecting Provincial Parks

The Ministry of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport is working to mitigate flooding impacts in provincial parks around Saskatchewan. However, campers wanting to visit their favorite parks on or before the May long weekend should check www.saskparks.
Weyburn resident wins $1 million

Weyburn resident wins $1 million

George Tosczak took a big dip into the $100 Million Prize Pool this week. The Weyburn resident saw a television advertisement for the new $100 Million Jumbo lottery ticket and decided to give it a try. He ended up winning $1 million.

SGI Claims Centre temporarily relocating to Weyburn Mall

The SGI Claims Centre will be closed for renovations starting May 14 and will re-open in late fall.

Weyburn man faces drug charges

A Weyburn man has been charged with several drug related crimes after a five-week investigation by law enforcement officials.

Police investigate pellet gun injury

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of May 2 to 9: *On May 6, police attended to the Weyburn General Hospital in regards to an assault.
Housing, city growth main issues at byelection forum

Housing, city growth main issues at byelection forum

Five candidates for the city council byelection discussed how they would handle future city growth, and issues such as housing and the need for a new hospital, during the All-Candidates Forum held by the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday night

Dirty or not, here I come!

Jennifer's Journal

Another successful Carnation Campaign

The 2011 Carnation Campaign had another successful year in Saskatchewan.