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Weyburn Review

Roundup May 14 Rider Pride lives in Weyburn

An event that is being called "Weyburn's chance to show their Rider Pride", the Weyburn Rider Nation Roundup, will take place this Friday, May 14, rain or shine.

Weyburn's outdoor pool on schedule, should be open on July 1st

Construction on the outdoor pool at the Weyburn Leisure Centre has been going like crazy, according to Mathew Warren, leisure services director for the City of Weyburn. We are currently on schedule for construction at the outdoor pool.
New automated refuse system to roll out

New automated refuse system to roll out

Jesse Watamanuk, assistant city engineer, demonstrates how light and manoueverable the new 95-gallon (430 litres) garbage bins will be for the City of Weyburn's new automated refuse system at Monday night's council meeting; the new system should be i

Local author to have book signing in Weyburn on May 13

Former Weyburn resident Darren (Red) Neuberger will be returning to his home town on Thursday, May 13. He will host a book signing at the Weyburn Co-op Food Store between 4-6 p.m.

Cadet ceremonial review, demos to be held May 18

The Weyburn Legion Cadet Corps will be celebrating their 62nd annual ceremonial review on Tuesday, May 18. It takes place at the Weyburn Royal Canadian Legion Hall at 7:30 p.m.
A passion for football and the Riders lives in Weyburn

A passion for football and the Riders lives in Weyburn

A large gathering of potential Weyburn Minor Football athletes dog-pile University of Rams players, and local youth, Brett Jones and Kyle Paterson, each holding the football.

Weyburn youth bowler scores fourth overall at five-pin nationals

A local bowler recently returned from representing Saskatchewan at the singles competition of the five-pin junior nationals.

Farmers at a standstill due to the wet weather in SE Saskatchewan

Seeding progress was halted in the last week due to rain and snow in the southeast, according to the Saskatchewan Agricultures weekly crop report.
Spring cleanup with Care Home residents

Spring cleanup with Care Home residents

Grade 9 students from the Weyburn Junior High help clean up the flower gardens and yard of the Weyburn Special Care Home on Wednesday, with the assistance of Care Home resident Ernie Robb.
SV Time Capsule turned over to museum

SV Time Capsule turned over to museum

Jim Nedelcov of the Soo Line Historical Society, and museum manager Joan Gregory, gather with Mayor Debra Button at the display case showing the time capsule, before the mayor officially signed over ownership of the Weyburn Mental Hospital's time cap