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Female artists celebrate their Weyburn roots

Female artists celebrate their Weyburn roots

Ten women with ties to Weyburn have united to put on an art show, "Emerging Artists - Female Artists Celebrate their Artistic Roots," at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery.
Main Street dedicated "Riderville Road"

Main Street dedicated "Riderville Road"

The final event for Weyburn Rider Nation's campaign to have Weyburn declared "Riderville" was held on Main Street on June 5.
Ogema student receives Saskatchewan Youth Award

Ogema student receives Saskatchewan Youth Award

Premier Brad Wall presented the Saskatchewan Youth Award to six young people in Regina on May 31, including Katie Bacon of Ogema.

Crop Report from May 25 to 31

Saskatchewan farmers have made little seeding progress over last week, due to rain. Fifty-nine percent of the crop is in the ground, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.

New play school at The Family Place

The Family Place has announced the creation of The Family Place Play School. The Play School is a completely different concept and entity from the existing Tiny-Go and Mini-Go School programs.

Rider Insider

Here we go again! It was all systems go for the Saskatchewan Roughriders as they opened 2010 training camp Sunday morning under sunny skies at Mosaic Stadium.
Cosmetology students earn medals

Cosmetology students earn medals

Cosmetology students at Weyburn Comprehensive School received several medals at the Provincial Cosmetology Competition held on June 3 at the school.

Labour Council distributes asbestos brochure

The Weyburn and District Labour Council will be participating in the distribution of a brochure entitled "Asbestos: Is it in your home?" that has been published by the Ban Asbestos Committee of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour O

Government moves toward full regulation of payday loan industry

The government has approved The Payday Loans Regulations, the next step to having a fully-regulated payday loan industry in Saskatchewan.

Sun Country Health Region cuts costs

The Board of Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) has approved a balanced operating budget for the 2010-2011 fiscal year that aims to support SCHR's strategic priorities while ensuring the best use of resources for patient/resident/client care.
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