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Volunteers comb through refuse at Weyburn landfill looking for remains

Volunteers comb through refuse at Weyburn landfill looking for remains

Volunteers from the community, along with members of the Weyburn Fire Department and Weyburn Police Service, comb carefully through mounds of refuse at the Weyburn landfill on Monday, during a community search for a dead infant's body which was alleg

Weyburn singer Chelsea Woodard to attend opera program

The opportunity to live, learn and experience all the aspects of opera for three weeks will be the highlight of the summer for Chelsea Woodard, daughter of Jennifer and Darren Woodard.

City of Weyburn to offer hazardous waste recycling at hall

Household hazardous waste removal is one way that every resident in Weyburn can stay green, and the engineering department will be running their spring program this Saturday, May 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Weyburn Fire Hall.
Luminaries honour those affected by cancer

Luminaries honour those affected by cancer

Cancer survivor Karen Satre reflects on two luminaries, purchased in memory of her mother Ruby Steinke and her grandmother Annie Johnson. Ruby passed in 2004, and Annie passed in 1976.

Three Weyburn teams play at Legasse tourney, Oilers secure title

Three minor baseball teams from Weyburn were at the Legasse Tournament in Regina during the May long weekend. The Weyburn Oilers secured the Legasse title in the mosquito division, a title that they had not won since 2004.

Goal to improve student achievements in classroom

Southeast Cornerstone School Division to develop their assessment priority
Golfers compete at the Marv Symons Memorial

Golfers compete at the Marv Symons Memorial

The Estevan Woodlawn Golf Course held one of its first tournaments of the year, the Marv Symons Memorial, on a blustery Victoria Day. Nolan Rohatyn won the men's championship flight with a 70.

Opportunity for role in world premiere play "The Crazy Man"

The Tommy Douglas Performing Arts Centre is celebrating its fourth annual Summer Theatre Youth Development program with another world premiere production.
Former local writes inspiring story

Former local writes inspiring story

Former local, Darren "Red" Neuberger was in Weyburn recently to distribute his new book, "Let's Talk About It - Inspiring Stories from Young Adult Cancer Survivors.
Over 2,000 fans at Rider Round-up

Over 2,000 fans at Rider Round-up

The Weyburn Rider Round-up was a huge success, according to organizers Rochelle and Nicole Wendt.