Saturday August 23, 2014




  • Wiring for Habitat for Humanity

    Dawson Dimmick, a first year apprentice electrician for C & D Electric, is hard at work pulling wires and installing brackets at the Habitat for Humanity worksite located on Victoria Street. Habitat for Humanity is an international charity that strives to provide affordable housing to those in need through collaboration ...

  • Active electrical storm hits Weyburn area

    Multiple bolts of lightning flash through the sky as an active thunderstorm rolls through the Weyburn area late the evening of Aug. 19, bringing some heavy rainfall with it. In the centre of the lightning activity is the Parrish & Heimbecker terminal on Highway 39. The rainstorm brought about 8 mm of rain at Weyburn,...

  • Exploring the spray park

    Darcy Pouteaux and her young son Derk check out some of the water spray features of the Young Fellows Spray Park at the Don Mitchell paddling pool area on Aug. 15. The paddling pool and spray park were busy with temperatures reaching 32 degrees along with high humidity, causing people to seek out ways to stay cool in...

Top Headlines

Weekend storm could produce localized flooding

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising the public of the potential for a significant...

Trying fishing at Nickle Lake

Weyburn residents R.J. Rossow and Paula Ealey try their luck fishing at Nickle Lake on August 14 as ...

Stepping into the past during Pioneer Echoes Days in Midale

People tour through the historic Heritage Village in Midale, during the Pioneer Echoes Days event...

Tsunami of colour to spray runners in Radville event

The “Color Me Radville” five kilometre run/walk fundraiser will be held in Radville on...

Harvest nearly started

Warm weather is helping to advance crops in the southeast, although many are behind normal...

Canada justified in acting vs Russia

Recently the federal government took “a principled stand” when Russia made some...

Montreal patient being tested for Ebola virus after returning from West Africa

MONTREAL - A patient has been placed in isolation at a Montreal hospital after showing symptoms...

Canadian Rangers' 67-year-old rifles kept in original boxes: document

FORT SMITH, N.W.T. - Like any true collector's item, the Cold War-era rifles still used today by...

Alaska requests greater involvement in oversight of large B.C. gold mine

VANCOUVER - The state of Alaska has taken the rare step of asking the Canadian government for...

Complaints prompt New Brunswick Law Society to review Trinity accreditation

VANCOUVER - The Law Society of New Brunswick will meet next month to review its decision to...

Russia's growing military presence in the Arctic a concern to Harper

FORT SMITH, N.W.T. - Russia's growing military presence in the Arctic is a concern and Canada...

Lac-Megantic criminal investigation leads Quebec police into United States

MONTREAL - Quebec police investigating the Lac-Megantic train disaster say they've visited the...

Local Sports

Riders climb to third place, Stamps claim sixth victory

Brendon LaBatte and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are now third place in the west division of the...



Drifter enthusiast with his prize car

Weyburn resident Kolton Ryan shows off his 1986 Toyoto Corolla that he has modified and built up...



Blockers try to keep jammer from getting through

Two referees keep an eye on the teams as a blocker for the Swift Current Veronicas (in pink) falls...




Recent News

Runners in Opportunity Road Race help support Weyburn charity

A number of runners head down Third Street from the start line for the Opportunity Road ...


Veteran’s marker hard to read

The headstone for a veteran, identified as Sgt. David Moore, is almost indecipherable...


Riders climb to third place, Stamps claim sixth victory

Brendon LaBatte and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are now third place in the west...


Drifter enthusiast with his prize car

Weyburn resident Kolton Ryan shows off his 1986 Toyoto Corolla that he has modified and ...


Cooling off at Nickle Lake Regional Park

A floating platform fills up with children looking to cool down by jumping into the...


Kids Mile crosses finish line

Emily Williams and Sydney Spencer cross the finish line of the Kids Mile, one of the...





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