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A passion for football and the Riders lives in Weyburn

A passion for football and the Riders lives in Weyburn

A large gathering of potential Weyburn Minor Football athletes dog-pile University of Rams players, and local youth, Brett Jones and Kyle Paterson, each holding the football.

Weyburn youth bowler scores fourth overall at five-pin nationals

A local bowler recently returned from representing Saskatchewan at the singles competition of the five-pin junior nationals.

Farmers at a standstill due to the wet weather in SE Saskatchewan

Seeding progress was halted in the last week due to rain and snow in the southeast, according to the Saskatchewan Agricultures weekly crop report.
Spring cleanup with Care Home residents

Spring cleanup with Care Home residents

Grade 9 students from the Weyburn Junior High help clean up the flower gardens and yard of the Weyburn Special Care Home on Wednesday, with the assistance of Care Home resident Ernie Robb.
SV Time Capsule turned over to museum

SV Time Capsule turned over to museum

Jim Nedelcov of the Soo Line Historical Society, and museum manager Joan Gregory, gather with Mayor Debra Button at the display case showing the time capsule, before the mayor officially signed over ownership of the Weyburn Mental Hospital's time cap

Plans in place to celebrate Souris School's centennial

Plans are in place to celebrate the centennial of Souris School from Thursday to Saturday, May 20-22, including having the school open for anyone in the community who has no connection with the school.

Quota Club hosts 74th District conference here

Quota International of Weyburn hosted the 74th Annual District 11 (Western Canadian) Conference for Quota International, on Apr. 23-25. The conference was presided over by Governor Bev Jaeger of Medicine Hat. Rev.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

We can finally say that spring is in the air and is upon us, presaging the favourite time of year for most Canadians, the one other than winter: "spr-ummer-all".

Old Tyme Fiddle contest has 19 fiddlers take part

An audience of about 200 attended the 10th annual Old Tyme Fiddle Contest on Apr. 24 at McKenna Hall.Each contestant had to play a waltz, a jig and a reel, hornpipe or breakdown.There were 19 competitors from across Saskatchewan who took part.

Half empty - half full

For example: the simple act of a yawn may be perceived by those around you that a) you are tired; b) you are bored; or c) they are boring you.
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