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USask partners with SE College to deliver nursing program

USask partners with SE College to deliver nursing program

USask College of Nursing and Southeast College signed a memorandum of agreement on June 20 at the Southeast College Weyburn Campus.
More or Less: There’s nothing to do...

More or Less: There’s nothing to do...

Summer barbecues are great community builders and a place to connect with friends.
Weyburn Comp students build hutches for Therapeutic Animal Park

Weyburn Comp students build hutches for Therapeutic Animal Park

The Weyburn Therapeutic Animal Park board was presented with three rabbit hutches, built by students in the Construction 20 class at the Weyburn Comprehensive School.
Cargill donates towards new Fillmore Emergency Services building

Cargill donates towards new Fillmore Emergency Services building

The Village and RM of Fillmore are fundraising towards building a new Emergency Services facility, to be built on Main Street, and received a donation of $66,000 from Cargill.
Weyburn student receives TD scholarship for Indigenous Peoples

Weyburn student receives TD scholarship for Indigenous Peoples

Weyburn student Teagen Dubiel is one of the 25 recipients of TD Scholarships for Indigenous Peoples.
Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop continues to grow, aiming for goals

Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop continues to grow, aiming for goals

The Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop leadership team and staff are doing a good job in running the non-profit organization, with a number of important goals set each year.
Weyburn city councillor to seek mayor’s chair in fall election

Weyburn city councillor to seek mayor’s chair in fall election

Weyburn city councillor Jeff Richards will be running for the mayor’s position in the fall municipal election, after serving for two terms.
Weyburn police investigating thefts from city stores

Weyburn police investigating thefts from city stores

Staff at a late night convenience store reported a theft very early Thursday morning, as an individual filled a basket with items and walked out without paying.
Weyburn grads celebrate with parade

Weyburn grads celebrate with parade

The Class of 2024 celebrated their grad day with a parade on Saturday afternoon, which travelled east on Prairie Avenue and west on Bison Avenue to avoid the car show on downtown. The ceremonies were held in the morning, and the grand march followed the parade.
Weyburn Comp graduates challenged to find success: Valedictorian

Weyburn Comp graduates challenged to find success: Valedictorian

The Class of 2024 was encouraged to celebrate and make memories, and to set goals to find success as they move on from the Weyburn Comp School, in the Valedictorian’s address.