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PHOTOS: Thrills and spills of bull-riding at Weyburn HS Rodeo

PHOTOS: Thrills and spills of bull-riding at Weyburn HS Rodeo

All the thrills of bull-riding were in evidence for the senior bull-riding event at the Weyburn High School Rodeo on Saturday evening, with the first half-dozen or so being bucked off before any cowboys were able to stay the full eight seconds to register a score. No one was injured, in spite of how it looks in some of the photos, and there were some who stuck it out to earn a score for their bull ride.
PHOTOS: Junior high rodeo athletes ride hard at Weyburn High School Rodeo

PHOTOS: Junior high rodeo athletes ride hard at Weyburn High School Rodeo

The Weyburn High School Rodeo was back on Saturday and Sunday, after having to be cancelled the previous two years. The mornings of both days were for the Grades 6-8 age levels, competing in events from barrel-racing to break-away roping, ribbon roping, goat tying, team roping and bull riding, with athletes converging on Weyburn from throughout Saskatchewan.
Weyburn Quota Club donates to Weyburn Hospital Foundation in memory of club founder

Weyburn Quota Club donates to Weyburn Hospital Foundation in memory of club founder

A major donation was made by Quota in honour of founding member, the late Isabelle Butters
Update: Environment Canada lifts severe thunderstorm watches and warnings

Update: Environment Canada lifts severe thunderstorm watches and warnings

Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for southeast Saskatchewan.
Weyburn Duplicate Bridge Club plays matches in April

Weyburn Duplicate Bridge Club plays matches in April

Weyburn Duplicate Bridge Club members meet at the Wheatland Senior Centre to compete in games.
PHOTOS: Weyburn students make pinch-pot clay monsters in May Clay program

PHOTOS: Weyburn students make pinch-pot clay monsters in May Clay program

During the month of May, Weyburn and area classrooms will come visit the Credit Union Spark Centre and make pinch pot monsters as part of the May Clay program. This program is made possible by the generous support of the Weyburn Young Fellows. The first week of May Clay Monsters is done as of the class on Friday, and these critters will dry over the weekend before being fired and put on display in the Art Gallery.
Weyburn students take part in national Scholastic Challenge

Weyburn students take part in national Scholastic Challenge

Twenty Grade 6 students scored above the Canadian average in the Challenge
Weyburn RCMP ask residents to again search for signs of Frances Gazeley

Weyburn RCMP ask residents to again search for signs of Frances Gazeley

As snow packs melt and fields dry out, RCMP are hoping people will resume looking for any signs of the 77-year-old missing woman
Ministerial Message: The Scarlet Thread

Ministerial Message: The Scarlet Thread

Ministerial Message: Thread and rope have a long history in the Bible. In particular, there are many different verses that speak about scarlet thread.
Prairie Sky Co-op records strong year in 2021 at AGM

Prairie Sky Co-op records strong year in 2021 at AGM

AGM: The sales by the Prairie Sky Co-op outlets in Weyburn, Milestone, Lang and Beaubier totaled $85.9 million, which is up 20 per cent from the year before