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Weyburn Review

Councillor Craigen resigns

Mayor Debra Button announced the resignation of Councillor Dave Craigen on March 8. "I have received a letter of resignation from Councillor Craigen, indicating that he must step down from City Council for personal, medical reasons.

Comp curlers take gold and silver at Provincials

The Weyburn Comprehensive School curling teams have once again dominated the high school curling scene.

Police deal with slippery conditions

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of February 28 to March 6: *On March 6, police were called to investigate a damage report involving broken windows at the high school, the matter is under investigation.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

Recently I had the opportunity to play visitor to the town of Virden, Manitoba, and as a visitor I thought to make some comparisons with our community.

Knitting circle for African project

A knitting circle of Margaret Lukey, Liudmyla Koryt'ko, Marnie Bernard, Faye Blohm and Edith Jacobs work on creating bears that will be sent to children in Africa.

Weyburn EMO is ready for any flood eventuality

City residents have little to fear in terms of flooding this spring, Weyburn Fire Chief Steve Debienne said in an update on the City of Weyburn's flood plan in a presentation to city council on Feb.

Deadline for Women of the Year will be March 14

The deadline for nominations for the Quota Women of the Year awards is Monday, March 14. This annual awards ceremony will be held Tuesday, Apr.

Public Library sees 1.1% increase in circulation numbers

The Weyburn Public Library board reported having a successful year in 2010, with an increase in circulation by 1.

Pangman Dance Club to have chocolate fundraiser

Pangman (cpd) - The Pangman Dance Club are selling three different chocolates. One may purchase them from Ocean Larson or Nikka Ruiz or at the Pangman Co-op food store. Proceeds will be going to the Dance Club.

Tornado chaser to give public presentation

A self-proclaimed tornado hunter and photographer, Greg Johnson, will be making a public presentation about violent summer storms, including showing some of his photos, in an appearance at the T.C. Douglas Centre on Saturday, Mar.