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Wheatland Senior Centre News

The results of the senior centre's activitiesfor the week ofJune 27toJuly 3: Bridge: (Monday) 1stAnnie Balzer,2nd Erskine Sandiford, 3rd Zella Reed. Bridge: (Friday) 1stJim Brown,2nd Vern Leach, 3rdEleanora Schikurski.

Jaws of Life employed for accident near Weyburn

The Weyburn Fire Department dealt with a few incidents recently: *On July 4 there was a motor vehicle accident eight kilometres east on Highway 13.

Survey shows youth's developmental assets in southeast Saskatchewan

Over 5,000 Grade 4 to 12 students in southeast Saskatchewan, from both Holy Family and South East Cornerstone school divisions, participated in a recent survey designed to determine the level of supports they have at their disposal, in efforts to imp
New pool - highlight of Canada Day celebration

New pool - highlight of Canada Day celebration

The new outdoor swimming pool was officially opened to the public on July 1 at the Weyburn Leisure Centre. This was held in conjunction with the City's Canada Day celebration. About 935 children and adults registered to swim on the 1st.

Silver Seals compete in Assiniboia

Nineteen members of the Weyburn Silver Seals speed swimming club attended the Assiniboia Aquatics Swim Club meet on July 3. Four swimmers won overall medals at the meet.

Chamber names Fair Parade winners

The Weyburn Chamber of Commerce held their annual Fair Parade on July 5 as a kick-off to this year's 102nd Exhibition. The Chamber chose three parade entry winners in separate categories.

Weather Woes

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Duncan/opposition discuss cabinet shuffle

Duncan/opposition discuss cabinet shuffle

The opposition is criticizing Premier Brad Wall's recent cabinet shuffle.

Rider Insider

Oh Canada! The Roughriders celebrated the July 1st holiday with their own fireworks, coming back from a 21-point third quarter deficit to defeat the Montreal Alouettes 54-51 in double overtime in a Grey Cup rematch at Mosaic Stadium.

"Canada's worst neighbourhood" on display at gallery

A unique amateur photography project focusing on "Canada's worst neighbourhood" is on display at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery for the months of July and August.
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