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Mayor Roy Declares The Week Of April 24th - 30th Rail Safety Week In Weyburn

 Joining CP & all Canadian railways reminding people to make smart decisions around tracks & trains!

Duncan encouraged by oil industry forecast

There was some positive news to end the week in Saskatchewan's resource industries. A group that advocates for the oil industry predicts the number of wells drilled in Saskatchewan will be way up…
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Mayor Roy Declares The Week Of April 24th - 30th Rail Safety Week In Weyburn

 Joining CP & all Canadian railways reminding people to make smart decisions around tracks & trains!

Local Sports

Blue Jays blow another lead

The Toronto Blue Jays took the lead late into the game Friday night, and then gave it away. It was Tampa Bay's turn to beat the Jays, 7 to 4. The Jays' bullpen fell apart in the eighth inning,…

Steve Nash program opens up the court for Weyburn kids

More kids are enjoying the sport of basketball in Weyburn. This is all thanks to the efforts of a national program organized by local coordinators. Community coordinator Kevin Butz said the Steve…

CFL fines Roughriders, Jones

The Saskatchewan Roughriders and head coach, Chris Jones, have been fined by the CFL for violating league rules. The club was fined $31,500 for allowing players to attend practice while on the CFL…

Weyburn's 15U Rush off to provincials as top seed

The Weyburn Volleyball Club's 15 and under (15U) Rush are the top seeded team heading into provincials this weekend. After entering the SaskCup #3 as second seed, the Rush battled to secure the gold…

Ag News

Grasslands, wildlife subject of U of R student's Masters project

Producers with Native Grasslands are being asked to be a part of the Grassland’s Song Birds Project. The birds are on the decline with five now being named Species at Risk -- the Sprague’s Pipet, the…

Prime Minister and Ag Minister visit Sask, discuss Ag sector issues

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay were in Gray, Saskatchewan today. The two visited an area farm and met with producers and farm leaders to discuss key issues…

Conservative Trade Critic travelling the prairies

Conservative Trade Critic Gerry Ritz spending some time on the road touring the prairies and talking with producers about the challenges they're facing. He says trade rules, provincially and…

Crop rotation, diversity key for direct seeding operation

Having a good crop rotation and diversity is key for farmers when working in a direct seeding operation. Brent Flaten is with Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Agriculture. He says besides helping to reduce…

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Weyburn Young Fellows 60th Annual Internet Auction

29 April 2017 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

Weyburn Young Fellows Tree Shack, Weyburn





Variations Spring Concert

29 April 2017 7:00 pm

Calvary Baptist Church, Weyburn





Application Deadline For The Helen Davidson Music Award

30 April 2017 12:00 am

TBA





Truth and Reconciliation Community Video Series - Week 6 of 6

30 April 2017 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Grace United Church, Upper Hall





Spring Tea & Bake Sale Hosted By The Weyburn Special Care Home Auxiliary

01 May 2017 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Weyburn Special Care Home (South Wing)





Tech Time

01 May 2017 2:00 pm

Weyburn Public Library, Weyburn





Think Tank

01 May 2017 3:30 pm

Weyburn Public Library, Weyburn





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