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Weyburn man encourages charity after helping in Haiti

Weyburn man encourages charity after helping in Haiti

North Weyburn resident Lowell Peterson took the "trip of a lifetime" when he travelled to Haiti after a devastating earthquake rocked the country. Now, he is encouraging others to do the same.
Cadet Ceremonial Review

Cadet Ceremonial Review

The Weyburn Legion Cadet Corps held their 62nd annual Ceremonial Review on May 18 with many of their members earning certificates, medals and trophies.

Olympia Running Club

Olympia Fitness held their first Olympia Running Club meeting on May 16 for joggers looking for partners to keep them motivated. The group will meet every Sunday at 9 a.m. for a group run.

Holy Family, Cornerstone to have joint board meeting

The Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School Division will host the annual joint board meeting with Southeast Cornerstone School Division on Monday, May 31.
Getting Rider tattoos at Rider Nation

Getting Rider tattoos at Rider Nation

Local residents get tattoos and dress in green to show their Rider Pride, while attending the Rider Roundup event at the Weyburn Comp track on Friday evening.

Environment minister will judge Golden Garbage Can

The cities of Weyburn and Estevan will return to competing for the Golden Garbage Can, with official judging to take place on Monday, June 21, in Weyburn and Tuesday, June 22, in Estevan.
My Nikkel's Worth

My Nikkel's Worth

By Greg Nikkel
Comp students' works at Cumberland Gallery

Comp students' works at Cumberland Gallery

Three art students from the Weyburn Comprehensive School show off their chosen art works on display in the Cumberland Gallery at the Saskatchewan Legislature on May 11.

PetroBakken busy with oil drilling in first quarter

PetroBakken Energy announced strong first quarter results with growth in production and a busy drilling program with a strong operating netback, mostly due to an increase in oil prices.

SGA bursary awarded to local golfer

Weyburn golfer Elanne Krainyk was awarded the Richard Collacott High School Bursary ($250) and $450 from the Athlete Assistance from the scholarship program of the Saskatchewan Golf Association (SGA).