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Chelsea Woodard accepted for opera class

Chelsea Woodard has secured another opportunity to study opera during the summer. Last year she was in Boston, and this year she will travel to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio.

Emotional farewell for graduating class at Comp

For the graduating class at the Weyburn Comprehensive, it was an emotional farewell during their final ceremonies on June 28 as they listened to the principal's message, tributes to the teachers and parents, and responses from both parties.
River Park still under water

River Park still under water

Flood waters still fill certain sections of River Park on Wednesday in the aftermath of the recent flood. River Park is expected to be closed for the remainder of the season, as water levels are still high in the park.

Radio release of 'Lilacs' for Amanda Jane Duncan

A Weyburn musician has hit the charts, as Amanda Jane Duncan's song "Lilacs" has been released on the radio. The song was featured on SaskMusic's 2011 compilation "In Tune". "It's very exciting.

Picking up the pieces in the wake of floods

People have begun to pick up the pieces from the recent flood that has ravaged many homes and businesses in and around Weyburn. Some people got off easy, with just some seepage in their basement or water in their yard, but others were not so lucky.
Fireworks celebrate national birthday

Fireworks celebrate national birthday

A series of colourful fireworks light up the skies over Weyburn on July 1, in celebration of Canada's 144th birthday as a nation.
Wor-Kin Shop holds fundraiser BBQ

Wor-Kin Shop holds fundraiser BBQ

Andria Brady, executive director of the Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop, hands Ethelda Anderson her beef-on-a-bun, at a fundraising barbecue held on Wednesday.

Mail service resumes

Mailboxes have purpose once again. Postal workers were legislated back to work on June 26 with home delivery beginning on June 28. Post offices also reopened on June 28.

Mayor gives update of local flood efforts

Weyburn is well into recovery mode, according to Mayor Debra Button. During the weekend, the City was able to shut down the Emergency Centre at the Fire Hall and the emergency shelter at Crescent Point Place.

Flood waters can make for dangerous conditions

Summer is officially here which means many individuals and families will be enjoying aquatic activities such as swimming and boating.