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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

Weyburn Red Wings edge out Money Men in home weekend game

Weyburn Red Wings edge out Money Men in home weekend game

The Richardson Pioneer Weyburn Red Wings edged out the visiting Melville Millionaires 2-1 on Saturday night in SJHL action
Weyburn Eagles girls host Moose Jaw Central for soccer game

Weyburn Eagles girls host Moose Jaw Central for soccer game

The Weyburn Comp Eagles girls soccer team hosted the Moose Jaw Central Cyclones for a game at the WCS soccer field on Saturday. The game was very close, and ended in a 1-0 score for Moose Jaw.
Weyburn home damaged in fire, occupants evacuated safely

Weyburn home damaged in fire, occupants evacuated safely

Occupants of a home on Douglas Road were safely evacuated as a fire broke out on Friday evening, heavily damaging the residence.
Walk for Reconciliation held with "treaty timeline" along the way

Walk for Reconciliation held with "treaty timeline" along the way

A Walk for Reconciliation was held on Friday in Jubilee Park, to mark National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Weyburn, with information posts about the "treaty timeline" along the way. The walk, a Culture Days event, was introduced by Regan Lanning of the Weyburn Arts Board, who did the research and compiling of information about the timeline from before Europeans arrived through to the present day.
Feather art for National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Feather art for National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Residents were invited to the Collabartive Studio for a session on feather art, on Friday, to mark National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Weyburn.
Weyburn students take part in making mural for Culture Days

Weyburn students take part in making mural for Culture Days

A mural of a medicine wheel was created for Culture Days in Weyburn, with copes to go to elementary schools and one will be at the Spark Centre.
Weyburn athlete inducted into the Sask Sports Hall of Fame

Weyburn athlete inducted into the Sask Sports Hall of Fame

Sheena Aitken of Weyburn was inducted with her fellow teammates from the U of R Women's Basketball Team
Books about Orange Shirt Day donated to SE schools, libraries

Books about Orange Shirt Day donated to SE schools, libraries

The book, “With Our Orange Hearts”, was presented to the Southeast Cornerstone and Holy Family School Divisions and SE Regional Library.
Holy Family school division appoints new chief financial officer

Holy Family school division appoints new chief financial officer

Georgia Hanwell will start as the new CFO on Oct. 1
Editorial: All children matter, all of the time

Editorial: All children matter, all of the time

When it comes to schools of any kind, public or separate, or private, or to organizations that provide activities or sports to children, the principle that “every child matters” still holds true.