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My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

I was thinking I could call this column something like, "Storms I have known " or something equally pretentious, but I don't know how well that would go over.

Griffin Trade Show set for this weekend

The Griffin Rec Board held their last meeting on Oct. 4, and made plans for their annual trade show. The Playground Committee has been very busy and the Griffin Centennial Park is looking great.

Police warn parents of tainted candy in Weyburn

Residents in Weyburn are being urged to carefully examine the candy received on Halloween, after a report of a tainted Hubba-Bubba gum had been made to the Weyburn Police.

Festival of Trees begins Nov. 9

'Tis the season for the 11th annual Family Place Festival of Trees. The display opens on Monday, November 9 at the City Centre Mall. All trees and silent auction items will be available for viewing during regular Mall hours.
Golfer Graham Delaet makes history

Golfer Graham Delaet makes history

Weyburn's Graham Delaet has done something no Canadian rookie golfer has done in more than a decade. Currently 98th on the PGA Tour money list and with a single event remaining on the 2010 schedule, Delaet has secured his card for the 2011 season.

Exchange old lights for energy efficient ones

SaskPower is asking residents to bring old halogen floor lamps and seasonal light strings to participating retail locations to save money on more energy efficient products.
Local mysteries revealed: the history of the Powell House and Weyburn's first cemetery

Local mysteries revealed: the history of the Powell House and Weyburn's first cemetery

Every town has its own mysteries, often related to historic sites and forgotten with time. But sometimes these old stories return to see the light of day once again.

CP Wings start season with two wins

The Pee Wee "A" Crescent Point Energy Wings started their season off this past weekend with two wins. Saturday's game was against Regina Avalanche at the Sports Arena.

SaskEnergy rate decrease approved

The Government of Saskatchewan has approved a 12.7 percent decrease to SaskEnergy's natural gas commodity rate, effective November 1. The new rate of $4.
"Saskatchewan's economic boom is sustainable" says expert

"Saskatchewan's economic boom is sustainable" says expert

The keynote speaker at the Saskatchewan Rising Symposium held at McKenna Hall on October 21 spoke about the sustainability of Saskatchewan's economic boom.
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