Bi-weekly Garbage Collection

Starting Nov. 19, bi-weekly pickup schedule begins for refuse collection. More


PDWA Partially Lifted

The Precautionary drinking water advisory has been lifted for the city of Weyburn. The Water Security Agency rescinded the boil water advisory for residents of the city of Weyburn at 12:20 p.m.…

Local Sports

Busy Sunday for Minor Hockey

It's a busy Sunday for Weyburn Minor Hockey players, coaches and parents. The Midget AAA Richardson Pioneer Gold Wings are in Saskatoon this weekend battling the Stars. They lost 9-3 Saturday and…

Wings Hit the Road this Weekend

The Weyburn Red Wings are hitting the road today and will be kicking off a two-game road trip tonight. The Wings will be in action against the Kindersley Klippers and hoping to get back in the win…

Clarke Making Impression Wearing Stripes At International Level

Weyburn’s Alex Clarke found herself in Saskatoon last week, where she was one of the officials working the Four Nations Cup, an annual women’s hockey tournament featuring Canada, the United States,…

Red Wings Fall Flat in Melville

Following a weekend sweep of the Notre Dame Hounds, it was a disappointing performance for the Weyburn Red Wings. Melville used home ice to skate to a 3–1 win and pick up their second win over the…

Ag News

Producer Grading Schools

SaskCanola, SaskBarley, and Sask Wheat are holding a couple of Producer Grading Schools next week. Grading Schools are set for Tuesday, November 27 in Swift Current and Wednesday, November 28 in…

Oversupply Of Hogs Creating Downturn In Prices

Pork producers in western Canada have been seeing a recent downturn in forward hog contract prices. Tyler Fulton is the director of risk management with Hams Marketing Services. "We're just under a…

Ensuring Public Trust On The Farm

Farmers and Ranchers are being reminded of the importance of ensuring public trust in modern Agriculture. Brady Kapovic is a Provincial Agriculture Awareness Specialist with Saskatchewan’s Ministry…

2018 Final Crop Report Released

Harvest has all but wrapped up in Saskatchewan with 99% of the crop now in the bin. Snow and rain in early November have delayed wrapping up the harvest for crops like flax and oats. Crops Extension… is Weyburn's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

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