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Local News
Marna McManus

Weyburn Synchro Stars Fundraising Levels Up, No Winter Water Show

The Weyburn Synchro Stars received a donation from the Weyburn Young Fellows on December 4th, which the recreational and competitive swimming club will put the funds towards their pool fees. “It cost... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Speed Limits In Yellow Grass

For as long as many in southeast Saskatchewan remember, the speed limit when passing through Yellow Grass on Highway 39 has been 50 km/h. It is, for some, a jarring transition, as the speed limit on b... read more..

Local News
Austin Arvay

Local Author Releases Second Book

At a book launch event on December 11, Weyburn's own Jim Nedelcov unveiled his second self-published piece of literature. Titled, "Weyburn Memories: Recollections & Reflections of an Old-timer" it... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Radville Without Water

A water main break is causing major disruptions in the town of Radville. The town office confirmed this morning a water main break has resulted in the loss of water for the entire town. This has resu... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Local Fundraiser Producing Thousands of Butter Tarts

The sweetest fundraiser of the year is happening this week. The Big Butter Tart Bake for Cystic Fibrosis is in full swing, with more than 10,000 tarts being produced just yesterday alone at McKenna Ha... read more..

Local News
Austin Arvay

United Way Canada Speaks on Weyburn Dissolution

Tonight will go a long way in deciding the fate of the Weyburn & District United Way. It's no secret the current board is seeking dissolution and the local United Way branch will cease to exi... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Bus Cancellation Policy Changes Announced

The South East Cornerstone Public School Division is making changes to how they handle bus cancellations. A note was sent electronically to parents who have children attending one of the schools in th... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Chinooks Expected To Bring Mild Temperatures

Warm winds from the Pacific are bringing milder temperatures to southeast Saskatchewan, as a chinook makes its way from Alberta into the region. This has the forecast calling for clear skies, little p... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Extension Granted to South Hill Developers

A one-year extension for 7 G.B. Enterprises to complete phases two and three on the Douglas Heights subdivision on South Hill was approved by city council Monday night at their regular meeting. Phase... read more..

Local News
Austin Arvay

Local Business In the Giving Mood

Just in time for the holiday season, Jerry Mainil Ltd. has made a generous donation to the Weyburn & District Hospital Foundation. The storied Weyburn business gifted $5,000 to the foundation look... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

YF Tree Lot Providing Christmas Tradition for 67 Years

It's that time of year once again to deck the halls and residents in Weyburn have been fortunate enough to have easy access to real Christmas trees for over 65 years, thanks to the Young Fellows Tree ... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

How The Old Farmer's Almanac Makes Accurate Weather Forecast Soup

It’s no secret that the Old Farmer’s Almanac is a relatively reliable source of weather prediction, with a track record of having a level of accuracy that could, arguably, top the environmental weathe... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Envision Launches Online Needs Assessment Survey

Looking to fill any gaps in their services in the southeast, Envision Counselling and Support Centre is launching an online needs assessment survey today, and it's the first data of thi... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Continuing the Tradition with the JAMS Family Christmas Dinner

While it's a tradition that began 15 years ago in Weyburn, this will be the 13th year for the JAMS Family Christmas Dinner. The event is geared toward those who may be spending Christmas alone, howev... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Poachers Hit Near Halbrite

A case of two whitetail deer fawns shot and left to waste over the weekend of December 1st, 950 meters southwest of Halbrite, SK has conservation officers asking for the public's help. "I was notifie... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Council Prepares For Busy Meeting

Weyburn City Council will be meeting in chambers Monday night for their first meeting of the month. The agenda will include reports from standing committees, take a look at a group of bylaws, and hear... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Competition is Good Says SGI Minister in Regards to Rideshare

With the Government of Saskatchewan approving legislation for rideshare companies to operate in the province, there will be a new influx of competition for cab companies in whatever cities they set up... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Community Adopts 'Annie' Production

Tonight is the last chance to see a local church's first ever community theatre production. Grace United Church presents 'Annie' - the Christmas classic that finds one lucky orphan an unexpected and u... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Head-on Collision Kills Two in Southeast

Two men were pronounced dead on the scene of a head-on collision on the TransCanada Highway west of Moose Jaw Thursday afternoon. Moose Jaw RCMP received complaints just after 1 p.m. of a brown van t... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

College Food Drive Open to Everyone this Year

'Tis the season of giving and South East College is looking for anyone with the giving spirit. They're holding their annual food drive for the Salvation Army Food Bank but they won't just be competing read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Rideshare Legislation Worth the Wait

As of this Friday, Saskatchewan Government Insurance is giving the green light for rideshare companies to set up in the province. For the sake of reducing impaired driving, ridesharing has been in dis... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Police Remind Drivers to Slow Down Through Yellow Grass

Police are reminding drivers via social media to slow down on Highway 39 through Yellow Grass after issuing a hefty speeding ticket early this morning. One driver was clocked driving 89 kilometres an... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Sunshine Returning to Southeast

The sunshine has returned to the southeast and things are about to warm up a bit, which is welcome news after wind chills dipped down to nearly -30 degrees last night. Mark Melsness with Environment ... read more..

Local News
Austin Arvay

SaskPower 'Cautiously Optimistic' Moving Forward

Large parts of Saskatchewan were hampered by power outages this past week. Some areas had power restored quickly, while other customers were left in the dark for several hours. SaskPower has attribute... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Artist Deadline Fast Approaching for 2019 JWPC

The Weyburn Arts Council will be hosting the 35th annual James Weir Peoples’ Choice exhibition and competition from January 8 to February 28, 2019. It seems like a ways away, but waiting for the Chris... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Reaction To United Way's Possible Dissolution

The reaction is beginning to come in about the news the Weyburn and District United Way will be looking at dissolving when they meet next Wednesday. President of the United Way, Sabrina Kraft, confirm... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Enhancing Sensory Experiences for Local Playschool

Weyburn Co-Operative Playschool held an Open House event last night, during which a special presentation was made from Baker Hughes. The oilfield technology company donated $1,000 to the organization,... read more..

Local News
Austin Arvay

Drug Recognition Experts Helping Keep Streets Safe

Impaired driving has been an issue in Saskatchewan for years. However, most people think of drinking and driving in those instances. Now, drug-impaired driving has been drawn to the forefront with the... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Students Watch Classroom Champion Succeed On Ice

When Rachel Homan’s rink stepped onto the ice Thursday morning for the early draw at the Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling in Estevan, there was a special cheering section rooting them on - a group ... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Province Approves Ridesharing Regulations

The Government of Saskatchewan has approved regulations that will open the door for rideshare companies to begin operating in the province, as long as they follow requirements set out by the municipal... read more..

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