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Sask. Firefighters are hot off the press!

Twelve dedicated Fire Fighters represent the men and women of the Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters Association (SPFFA) Burn Fund on the 2011 Saskatchewan Professional Fire Fighters Calendar - an annual fundraising project for the provincial Bu
Going canoeing on a warm fall day

Going canoeing on a warm fall day

Matthea Mlynarski, Emily Bedore and Cody Cooke push off from shore as they head out in a canoe on Nickle Lake Regional Park on Saturday afternoon, as part of a weekend campout activity with the Fifth Weyburn Scouts.
Local pays visit to 'The Crooked Bush'

Local pays visit to 'The Crooked Bush'

Weyburn resident Albert Forrester is shown during a visit with family members to "The Crooked Bush", which was nominated as one of "Seven Wonders of Saskatchewan".
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

So when is a controversy not a controversy? In my own opinion, an "issue" is not a controversy when there isn't anything wrong with what's going on - at least, locally.
From local farm boy to head vet of Sask. Ag

From local farm boy to head vet of Sask. Ag

A "whim" and an interest in biological science led Greg Douglas into the profession as veterinarian, and an interest in public policy further led him to his current position, as head veterinarian for Saskatchewan.

Family fun and exhibits at Minton Fall Fair on Oct. 2

The 23rd annual Minton-Gladmar Family Fall Fair will be taking place on Saturday, Oct. 2 in Minton. The fair will kick off at 8 a.m. with a breakfast at the Bordertown Saloon and will continue throughout the day, ending with a family dance at 8 p.m.

Martial artists win medals at world championships

Athletes from the Vilcu's Academy of Martial Arts were part of Team Canada's entry at the World Martial Arts Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada, from Sept. 17-19.

Producers seek extension to crop insurance deadline

Producers in the Weyburn area hoping to apply to the Excess Moisture Program or AgriStability have until Thursday, Sept. 30, to submit their forms.
Red Wings continue to adjust, split vs Flin Flon

Red Wings continue to adjust, split vs Flin Flon

Playing in Flin Flon on Friday and Saturday, the Weyburn Red Wings split their games against the Bombers. They lost 4-2 on Friday, and then won 4-0 on Saturday. "I thought we played pretty well both Friday and Saturday," explained Jesse Ross.
Running through heavy traffic

Running through heavy traffic

Comp Eagles player Tanner Russell, centre, carries the ball as players from the Johnson Wildcats attempt to bring him down, during first-half action in the league game played on Saturday afternoon at Darold Kot Field.
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