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Weyburn Review

New construction and amenities on the rise

"The worst kept secret in town" is finally out, according to Weyburn Mayor Debra Button. The City has officially announced the creation of a new eatery, popular restaurant-chain Boston Pizza, in Weyburn.

Council considers automated refuse collection

A regular meeting of the Weyburn City Council was held on May 10; here are the major points of interest: *Council is considering switching to an Automated Refuse Collection system in the New Year.

Resident receives volunteer award

Weyburn resident George Gillies was recently awarded the Volunteer of the Year Award by the Canadian Diabetes Association.

Scavenger hunt at the Comp

The Weyburn Comprehensive School held a scavenger hunt over the past few weeks, with 13 teams participating. Many of the items, including toilet paper, toothbrushes and children's books, were collected to donate to local charities.

SGI offers Rider license plates

SGI is giving "the world's greatest fans" the opportunity to display their Rider Pride on their vehicle by introducing an official Saskatchewan Roughrider licence plate.

SCN Matters to Weyburn

Representatives from SCN Matters, a group that supports the work of the Saskatchewan Communications Network (SCN), was in Weyburn on May 8 to gain public support for SCN. The network was slated for closure in the March 24 provincial budget.

Donated ATV to connect police with youth

The Weyburn Police Service recently received a donation of $10,000 for a brand new Polaris RZR ATV from Cenovus Energy. The department plans to use the all-terrain vehicle to increase their visibility in the community and connect with youth.

Secret T.C. Douglas files requested by Saskatchewan Legislature

The Saskatchewan Legislature had a rare achievement on Thursday, as the House of MLAs unanimously supported an Opposition motion asking for the release of secret documents on former Premier Tommy Douglas, with the motion now to be sent to the federal

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.