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Sabrina Kraft

Sabrina Kraft

Sabrina Kraft has worked for the Weyburn Review for the last 15 years as a reporter and in the production department. She has always loved writing, and during high school could be found with a notebook composing poetry or writing down ideas for short stories. After graduation from the Weyburn Comp, Sabrina attended pre-journalism courses at the University of Regina and returned to Weyburn after the birth of her son. During her time on the job, she has learned skills from other departments, including production, ad design, commercial print and accounting. In 2020, during the struggles of COVID-19, Sabrina took a Social Media for Business Class offered by the Southeast College to keep up with new ways to reach the readers of The Weyburn Review and Weyburn This Week.
Email: skraft@weyburnreview.com

Recent Work by Sabrina

Holy Family is a ‘Student-Centered Inclusive School Division’

Holy Family is a ‘Student-Centered Inclusive School Division’

Ultimately, the goal of Inclusive Education is to reduce exclusion by eliminating barriers to one’s school success and enhancing participation and sense of belonging in one’s community.
Minor hockey volunteer recognized with SHA award

Minor hockey volunteer recognized with SHA award

Darren Istace said that it was important for him to volunteer, as it allowed him to be “a role model that the players can look up to. It also gave me an opportunity to be with my own child, and support them to learn the fundamentals of hockey.”
Police Week: An interview with Cpl. Jason Rutten

Police Week: An interview with Cpl. Jason Rutten

Cpl. Jason Rutten with the Weyburn Police Services helps to ensure the safety of those in the Weyburn community.
Truth and Reconciliation Day to prepare for Pope’s visit

Truth and Reconciliation Day to prepare for Pope’s visit

Board trustees of Holy Family discussed the importance of preparing for the Papal Apology, during their board meeting on May 11.
Police Week: An interview with Cpl. Ryan Cherniawsky

Police Week: An interview with Cpl. Ryan Cherniawsky

Cpl. Ryan Cherniawsky with the Weyburn Police Services considers policing as a dynamic and challenging career.
New UFA Co-operative expands petroleum business into Weyburn

New UFA Co-operative expands petroleum business into Weyburn

The Weyburn UFA site will be located on Highway 39 northwest and Cossette Lane, and is expected to be completed construction in November.
Editorial: Police officers are vital to communities

Editorial: Police officers are vital to communities

National Police Week will be observed across Canada from May 15 to 21. This special week to recognize the efforts of law enforcement officers began in 1970 as a way for the police to connect with their communities and to increase awareness about the services they provide.
Veteran Banner program looking to expand in Weyburn

Veteran Banner program looking to expand in Weyburn

Bird would like to see the program expand from the four banners that were displayed last year, to having at least eight displayed in Weyburn this year. He noted that Estevan had 22 banners displayed in their city, and felt that Weyburn could match that number.
Assiniboia Town, SHA working on resolving ER service disruptions

Assiniboia Town, SHA working on resolving ER service disruptions

Assiniboia Union Hospital’s (AUH) emergency department will be closed from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. every day for the foreseeable future.
Leisure Services user rates to see slight increase in Weyburn

Leisure Services user rates to see slight increase in Weyburn

Andrew Crowe, director of Leisure Services for Weyburn, explained that the Leisure Services Department completes a thorough user fee and rate review every three years to ensure that community access to leisure services are offered in an affordable and sustainable manner.