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Busy season at Weyburn Leisure Centre

Busy season at Weyburn Leisure Centre

The Weyburn Leisure Centre had a busy summer in 2010, with more than twice the patrons visiting than in 2009.

College hosts Swing for Scholarships tournament

Southeast Regional College will be hosting its 12th annual Swing for Scholarships golf tournament on Friday, September 17 at the Weyburn Golf Club.
Enjoying the farm lifestyle

Enjoying the farm lifestyle

Rachel and Chelan, the children of Collin and Kerri Keith, enjoy some downtime on the farm with their pet rabbit.

Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfromAugust22to August 28: Bridge: (Monday) 1stAndy Dumba,2nd Marion Brown, 3rdGeorge Gillies. Bridge (Friday): 1stAndy Dumba,2ndChris Diemert,3rdAnnie Balzer.

Donating to Pakistan's flood relief

Two community initiatives are contributing to flood relief in Pakistan. A fundraiser was held at the Calvary Baptist Church on August 26 for victims of the flood that has left 20 million people homeless.

Reappointment to Creelman Housing Authority

Two Creelman Housing Authority board members have been reappointed to their post. John Greip and Patricia Horner will remain on the board of directors after serving for 11 and four years, respectively.

Souris-Moose Mountain is gaining support to scrap the long gun registry

The Souris-Moose Mountain Conservative Association will be holding an event to gain support for scrapping the long gun registry before Parliament votes on the issue later this month.
WCS Awards Night

WCS Awards Night

The Weyburn Comprehensive School (WCS) held their 48th annual Awards Night on August 31 for the 2009/2010 school year, with several students and graduates taking home trophies, medals and bursaries.
Weyburn gearing up to be more "walkable"

Weyburn gearing up to be more "walkable"

Several community members came together recently to help make Weyburn a more "walkable" city during a three-day workshop by renowned community consultant Dan Burden.

Family Place no longer accommodates high-need children

The Family Place will no longer be able to accommodate children with extreme special needs in the current school year.
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