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Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfor the week ofJanuary 9to 15: Bridge: (Monday) 1stBette Leach,2nd Vern Leach, 3rd Joanne Hennie. Bridge: (Friday) 1stLloyd Muma,2nd John Whitell, 3rdEileen Langedahl.

Elvis musical coming to the Comp

The Weyburn Comprehensive School has announced their musical for 2011. The play, "All Shook Up," will entertain patrons with classic Elvis Presley songs.

Little River Band's appearance postponed

The Little River Band has been forced to postpone their scheduled appearance in Estevan.

Province supports smokers who want to quit

In recognition of National Non-Smoking Week, the Saskatchewan Government is encouraging residents to make healthy lifestyle choices and consider quitting if they use tobacco.

Government accepts Court of Appeal decision on same-sex marriages

Justice Minister Don Morgan announced on January 18 that the government will accept the decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal and will require marriage commissioners to perform civil marriages for all couples, including same-sex partners.
Weyburn team tournament champs

Weyburn team tournament champs

The Weyburn Peewee Legion boys' hockey team were the A-side champions at the Saskatoon Aces Peewee III tournament on January 14 to 16. A total of 16 teams from across the province participated in the tournament.Game one featured round robin play.

Student achievement and staff examined at meeting

Student achievement and staff levels were a few of the topics discussed at the South East Cornerstone School Division's regular monthly meeting in January.

Police assist RCMP in traffic pursuit

Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of January 10 to 17: *Police are investigating a complaint of fraud from a local business. A person received property with a value over $5,000 and issued a non-sufficient funds cheque.

Free workshop to increase number of respite caregivers in Sask

Free training is being offered in several Saskatchewan communities currently, in an effort to increase the number of people in the province who are available to work as respite caregivers.

Art Centre features photography

The Signal Hill Arts Centre is featuring a photography exhibition by seven members of the Soo Line Camera Club.