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Local News
Steven Wilson

Norovirus Moving Through Province

It comes as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. It is commonly called the stomach flu but has nothing in common with influenza aside from the fact they are both viruses. Norovirus is making its rounds acr... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory for North Weyburn, Rural Residents

The water is back on for residents of North Weyburn, and Weyburn Utility Board customers north of the city of Weyburn. A precautionary drinking water advisory is also in place for those residents. It... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

A Successful First AGM for Weyburn Therapeutic Animal Park

Last night the Board of Directors of the Weyburn Therapeutic Animal Park held their first Annual General Meeting. “We had a great meeting,” said president Sara Lawrence. “We have a great board in pla... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

WAC to Host Artists' Reception Tonight for 35th Annual James Weir People's Choice Awards

It's a chance for Weyburn artists to show the community what they've been working on, as well as a chance for community members to vote on their favourite works of local art.  The Weyburn A... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Weyburn Police Seeking Information on Fuel Theft

While it happens very rarely in Weyburn, a vehicle owner report to the Weyburn Police Service last week that the gas in their fuel tank had been stolen. Deputy Police Chief Rod Stafford says it may o... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Weyburn Residents Urged to Use Caution on the Souris River

Anyone who has ventured down by the Souris River under the Government Road bridge may have noticed holes in the frozen river. On Sunday the city placed safety cones around the holes, which are locate... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Weyburn Police Issue Traffic Reminders

The Weyburn Combined Traffic Services Section took to social media over recent days to call out some driving behaviours of motorists in and around Weyburn. The first was referenced in a tweet on Febr... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Day 2 Of United We Roll

The United We Roll rally entered its second day on Parliament Hill Wednesday. The convoy of trucks made their return to downtown Ottawa and lined Wellington Street in front of Parliament. For the sec... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

What to Do After a Minor Vehicle Collision

EMS were on scene to attend minor injuries resulting from a two-vehicle collision on Friday. In fact, the Weyburn Police Service also received reports of three other minor vehicle collisions throughou... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

UPDATE: Service Disruption for Utility Board Customers Due to Water Line Break

Weyburn Utlity Board customers have been without water for the entire day, and for all of yesterday afternoon, due to a water line break in the City of Weyburn yesterday, which affected rural cus... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Driver Leaves Scene to Avoid Road Rage After Collision

Leaving the scene of a collision without exchanging information seems like a hit and run, but when the driver then reports it directly to the police, there may be more to the story. A minor collision... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Ensuring Safe Travel Outside of Canada

Not everyone who travels to a third world country is going there on a missions trip, but safety is nonetheless a concern for anyone leaving Canada. One way to know you'll be safe traveling to a sunny ... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

United We Roll Convoy Arrives In Ottawa

Hundreds of trucks lined Wellington Street in Ottawa Tuesday morning, arriving there for the first day of the United We Roll rally, which started out as a convoy in Red Deer on Thursday. Participants ... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Escaping Haiti: The Fitzpatricks Evacuated By Air

Protests in the country of Haiti have rocked the small nation. Residents have been rioting in response to a number of issues facing the country, including government corruption, and a stagnant economy... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Plans for New School Include Daycare Centre

Plans are set for the new 700-student elementary school coming to Weyburn in 2021. It will include a pre-kindergarten program and a 51-space daycare centre, helping to shorten long waiting lists for t... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Childcare Gets a Failing Grade

A report released recently by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives gave Saskatchewan a failing grade in childcare. According to the report, Saskatchewan's more than 17,700 licensed childcare sp... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Free Fun on Family Day

It's Family Day in the province and many families are taking advantage of free events in the city. The City of Weyburn is offering free swimming (sponsored by Fletcher Funeral Chapel) at the Wey... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Event to Engage Newcomers in Vital Conversations

Southeast Newcomer Services is hosting 50 Vital Community Conversations, which will strive to engage new Canadians in their southeast Saskatchewan communities. "The grant is through the South Sa... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Teen's Desire to Give Inspires Others to Donate the Gift of Life

With hopes of recruiting new donors, Canadian Blood Services has named two blood donor clinics in honour of local high school student Kailynn Bursic-Panchuk, who died when her car was struck by a trai... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Wild Animals Surviving the Deep Freeze

The cold spell has been tough on humans and pets, but animals in the wild have no refuge from the cold at the end of the day. Conservation Officer Lindsey Leko explained that most species have a... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

SaskPower Commits to Renewable Energy

The provincial crown corporation has announced a new program that will contribute roughly 100 Megawatts of clean energy to the provincial grid. Late last week SaskPower unveiled the Power Generation P... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Long Weekend Offers Free Chance to Fish

While the weather may be frightful, families can still plan for some outdoor activities this weekend. The February Family Day long weekend marks a free fishing weekend for the entire province.  ... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Surplus of Pets Taking Shelter from the Cold; Supplies Needed

With 10 dogs and 24 cats taking refuge from the cold weather, it's a full house at the Weyburn Humane Society's animal shelter. President Pam Arndt-Schick said they're running low on supplies. “We’re... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Record Setting Cold Continues

The extreme cold continues to hang around southeast Saskatchewan, with no end in sight to the string of below average temperatures. At best, we can expect the mercury to get close to the normal for th... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

VIDEO: Weyburn Couple Embraced by Community With Gift of Wedding

If you knew your special someone was only given three months to live, wouldn’t you want to marry them as soon as possible? While no couple truly knows how much time they will have together in this li... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Carbon Tax Could Hamper Small Businesses

With the carbon tax fight in the courts, the economic impact of the proposed tax is unknown at this point, but Paul Martin of Martin Charlton Communications is concerned about the impact of the tax. I... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Carbon Tax Arguments Over; Now Waiting For The Decision

Arguments are over in a Regina courtroom, and now the decision on the future of a federally imposed carbon tax is in the hands of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeals. The judges heard arguments from th... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Southeast College Recognized Again

For the second consecutive year, Southeast College has been named as one of the Top Employers in the province. It's a spinoff of the 'Canada's Top 100 Employers' competition that is conducted annually... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

United We Roll Convoy Off To Ottawa

“We need some action. We need things done. We need our pipelines built.” Dale Mainil voicing some of his frustrations with the federal government as he gets ready to travel to Ottawa for the United W... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Travel Advice from CAA Saskatchewan

As we head into the long weekend and the kids are out of school next week, many have booked their flights to somewhere warmer than here. Christine Niemczyk with CAA Saskatchewan shares some travel ad... read more..

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