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Weyburn Review

Expansion of services reported at Wor-Kin Shop annual general meeting

Wor-Kin Shop planning for future, has busy year
Crops showing signs of stress

Crops showing signs of stress

Crop damages caused by flooding in SE area of Saskatchewan

Need for facility to serve individuals with disabilities discussed

A public stake holder's meeting was held in Weyburn recently to discuss the possible need for a new facility to house a variety of programs that would serve the residents of the city and beyond. The event was hosted by the Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop Corp.
Donation made in honour of "On to Ottawa Trekkers"

Donation made in honour of "On to Ottawa Trekkers"

The Weyburn and district Labour Council contributed $677.25 to the Soo Line Historical Museum on June 14 in honour of Canadian labourers.
Business community honoured with WEYBEX Awards

Business community honoured with WEYBEX Awards

Members of the business community were honoured on June 11 at the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce's WEYBEX Awards.Southern Industrial and Truck received two honours including the New or Expanded Business Award and Business of the Year.
New outdoor pool on schedule

New outdoor pool on schedule

Construction of Weyburn's new outdoor pool is almost complete, according to Director of Leisure Services Mathew Warren."We are waiting to get the stairs done for the twin slides and the diving boards have to be put up as well," said Warren.

Weyburnite to compete at 2011 Canada Winter Games

Synchro Saskatchewan has announced the 2011 Canada Winter Games Team that will compete as Team Saskatchewan next February in Halifax, Nova Scotia, including Weyburn native Crysta Geisler.

Young workers must take course

Fourteen and 15 year-olds seeking summer jobs must complete Saskatchewan's Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) before being allowed to work.

Wheatland Souris Challenge

The Southeast Connection Sport, Culture and Recreation District, in partnership with the City of Weyburn, are committed to providing a quality summer recreation program.

West Nile Virus-transmitting mosquitoes found in region

Small numbers of the Culex tarsalis mosquitoes, that can transmit West Nile Virus, were caught in some of the mosquito traps set up in Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) during the first week of June.
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