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Greg Nikkel

Greg Nikkel

Greg Nikkel, editor of the Weyburn Review, has been a journalist since 1988, first working for two newspapers in the Edmonton area before moving to Weyburn in 1995 to take over as news editor.
He has won numerous awards over the years, including for news and feature writing, editorial writing, and for photography. He was named Photographer of the Year for the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association for 2019.
He is married to Tracy, and they have four adult children, three daughters who live in Regina and a son who lives in Weyburn.
He volunteers as a member of the Rotary Club of Weyburn and with his church.

Recent Work by Greg

Editorial: the need for helping Ukraine continues

Editorial: the need for helping Ukraine continues

Editorial: For those who have remained in Ukraine, there are shortages of food, water and most of the necessities of life, not to mention many have nowhere left to live.
SE Cornerstone to cut staffing for 2022-23 school year

SE Cornerstone to cut staffing for 2022-23 school year

Lack of provincial funding cited for the $6.3M deficit for the school division.
SE Cornerstone to cut staffing for 2022-23 school year

SE Cornerstone to cut staffing for 2022-23 school year

Lack of provincial funding blamed for $6.3M deficit for school division
Weyburn Rotary updated on schools project in Guatemala

Weyburn Rotary updated on schools project in Guatemala

Visitors Glenn Hagel and Marian Kettlewell of Moose Jaw updated the club on the Ripple Effect program in Guatemala
Weyburn powerlifter sets nat’l records, coach in Hall of Fame

Weyburn powerlifter sets nat’l records, coach in Hall of Fame

Coach Ryan Fowler inducted to CPU Hall of Fame, given award
Weyburn police new vehicle sports a new look

Weyburn police new vehicle sports a new look

The Weyburn police had 84 calls for service for the week of May 9-15, with 17 charges laid
Weyburn fastball team has strong start to season

Weyburn fastball team has strong start to season

The Weyburn White Lightning ladies fastball team had a strong start to their 2022 season, with a 10-4 win over the Odessa Country Steelers on Sunday for the Borderline Ladies Fastball League. In the other games on Sunday, the Weyburn Shehawks defeated Pangman 11-9, and Ceylon won 24-4 over the Midale Knockouts.
Weyburn Young Fellows Club supports May Clay program

Weyburn Young Fellows Club supports May Clay program

May Clay program receives $1,000 from Young Fellows
Faith Mission sends clothing to Ukraine from Weyburn depot

Faith Mission sends clothing to Ukraine from Weyburn depot

Update provided at Weyburn meeting of efforts to send donations to Ukraine
Weyburn area star-gazers witness full lunar eclipse

Weyburn area star-gazers witness full lunar eclipse

Lunar eclipse lasted three and a half hours from start to finish