Monday November 24, 2014




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EDITORIAL: Habitat success should be celebrated

A significant milestone was reached in Weyburn on Friday, as invited dignitaries and officials gathered and the keys for this city’s first-ever Habitat For Humanity home were turned over to the new owner, Angela Dunn and her two children....





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Pondering a problem in comedy play

Bill (played by Marshall Schettler) ponders a situation as his girlfriend Julie (Tiffany Kreger)...

Trumpeting a holiday tune

Kaj MacMurchy, David Anderson and Columbia Garbutt play the trumpet in concert band practice at the ...

Playing ‘The Last Post’ for Remembrance Day

Trumpeter Ruslan Edgarton plays “The Last Post” for those gathered by the cenotaph for...

Huge reunion starts to gain big response

Response is growing for a huge reunion, planned for all Weyburn Comp classes from the 1950s to the...

EDITORIAL: City, HELP could meet halfway

Weyburn has long had the reputation for being a leader in the province and in Canada in certain...

My Nikkel’s Worth

As I ponder the events of Oct. 22, when a gunman launched an attack on Parliament Hill in Ottawa,...





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