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Leslie Coulter / Weyburn Review

Leslie Coulter / Weyburn Review

Leslie Coulter entered the newspaper world in 1995 when she accepted a position in the production department for Weyburn This Week as an ad designer. Since then, she has enjoyed participating in every aspect of the business, including writing, editing, photography, selling advertising and managing the production department and commercial print department.
Leslie has two children, who both live in Weyburn.
She enjoys painting, crocheting and crafting, and volunteers with the hot meal program that her church organizes.

Recent Work by Leslie

More or Less: A whole new lingo

More or Less: A whole new lingo

As an avid word enthusiast, I find it interesting how we can bend the rules of the English language to suit what we are trying to convey.
More or Less: Ringing in New Year

More or Less: Ringing in New Year

Ringing in the new year by singing Auld Lange Syne has become a well-known tradition.
More or Less: Are you ready for Christmas?

More or Less: Are you ready for Christmas?

Today if you ask me if I am ready for Christmas, I would have to say yes.
More or Less: In the blink of an eye ...

More or Less: In the blink of an eye ...

From what I understand, alcohol was a factor in the accident, however it was not the teens who had consumed it.
More or Less: Remembering

More or Less: Remembering

The freedom we enjoy and the opportunities we have to live, work and worship without fear because of the sacrifices of our ancestors is a sobering thought.
More or Less: First impressions of a Riders game

More or Less: First impressions of a Riders game

When you live in the heart of Rider Nation, it’s hard not to follow the green and white.
More or Less column: Thanksgiving and reunions

More or Less column: Thanksgiving and reunions

Getting together for holidays and celebrations is something I always look forward to. The gathering of loved ones seems to become more important the older I get.
More or Less: Truth and Reconciliation

More or Less: Truth and Reconciliation

September 30 honours the children who never returned home and survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities.
More or Less: Someone's Son

More or Less: Someone's Son

International Overdose Awareness Day is the world’s largest annual campaign to end overdose.
Weyburn couple becomes first distributor of DJ Bikes in province

Weyburn couple becomes first distributor of DJ Bikes in province

Mick and Carol Samenook of Weyburn started researching ebikes and they decided DJ Bikes was their first choice.
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