Friday April 18, 2014




  • Cafetorium coming down at the Comp School

    The interior of the Comp Cafetorium stands exposed as work crews demolish the structure at the high school as part of the second contract for renovations and new construction at the Comp. The auditorium and cafeteria is being replaced with the Triple C Centre and the Colleen Weimer Hallway, the new construction on the...

  • Comp students to perform Greek tragedy with a twist

    Comp drama 30 students rehearse “The Hysterical History of Troy”, a comedy about the Trojan War. They are responsible for the acting, staging, and set and prop design for the play, which they will perform within the next few weeks. An exact performance date and location have not yet been chosen. From left...

  • Former and current heads of the Terminal

    Claude Carles, former president of the Weyburn Inland Terminal, chats with John Heimbecker, vice president of Parrish and Heimbecker, the new owners of the terminal, during an information meeting for the condo owners at the terminal on Apr. 15. Heimbecker indicated to the condo owners present he wants to work with them...

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Local Sports

DeLaet learns invaluable lesson at inaugural Masters

Graham DeLaet missed the cut at his first Masters. He blamed a lot of his struggles on his putter,...



Notching up to learn about archery

Grade 10 Wellness students notch their arrows and take aim for their first shots, as they practice...



DeLaet heads to Masters

Graham DeLaet will tee off at the Augusta Golf Course on Thursday, when he competes in his first-...




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