Friday October 31, 2014




  • Fingerprinting at Q.E.

    Brad Barlow, a member of the Latomia-Weyburn Freemason Lodge No. 20 in Weyburn, finger prints Lucas MacDonald Marcil, a Kindergarten student at Queen Elizabeth School on Wednesday morning. Several members of the Latomia-Weyburn lodge visited the school to fingerprint Kindergarten students. The Freemasons provide the...

  • Flu shots at City Centre Mall

    Health care worker Amy Molde gives Cindy Herberholz a flu shot during a clinic held at City Centre Mall on Oct. 21. The drop-in clinic was open to the public for most of the day and was busiest during the morning. Other drop-in clinics were held throughout the city during the week at the Wheatland Senior Centre and...

  • Memorial at Cenotaph for soldier shot, killed

    Two memorial photos of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo are placed at the Cenotaph at Memorial Park, located by City Hall, in memory of the reserve soldier who was shot and killed on Wednesday. Cpl. Cirillo was standing guard at the National War Memorial when he was shot, a short distance from Parliament Hill. The gunman entered...

Top Headlines

Police look into frauds

A male and a female attended a local business and purchased approximately $1,800 in clothing using...

RM looks at development, prepares for fall convention

The Rural Municipality of Weyburn is looking to the future for both development and for the...

MP shaken by event

October 22 will be a day that Souris-Moose Mountain MP Ed Komarnicki will never forget, as he was...

Weyburn businessman to receive new builder award

Weyburn businessman Ted Hillstead will receive the first-ever Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce...

2014 harvest wrapping up in southeast

Good harvest progress was made this week thanks to relatively warm and dry weather conditions....

Creelman Theatrical Club readies for dinner theatre

Creelman (cpd) — Plans are underway for Creelman Theatrical Club’s 34th annual dinner...

B.C. lawyers overwhelmingly nix accreditation of Christian law school

VANCOUVER - Members of the Law Society of British Columbia have voted overwhelmingly against...

Perjury trial hears of alleged meeting between Mounties in Dziekanski case

VANCOUVER - A former RCMP officer's perjury trial heard allegations Thursday that the four Mounties ...

CBC offers counselling to employees, Ghomeshi vows to fight accusations

TORONTO - The CBC offered counselling to its employees Thursday as more women stepped forward with...

What will remain of federal surplus following Harper's family tax cuts?

OTTAWA - One thing is for certain: Prime Minister Stephen Harper's sweeping new package of family...

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice reboots talks with Lubicon band chief on land claim

EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Jim Prentice has rebooted talks with a northern aboriginal band that has ...

Government underspends on military equipment, weapons systems, infrastructure

OTTAWA - As the Conservative government doles out pricey good-news announcements thanks to a...

Local Sports

CP Eagles lose heartbreaker, YF Falcons head to city final

Minor football playoffs continues for the Crescent Point Energy peewee Eagles and the Young Fellow...



Getting iced in a sandwich

A pair of Notre Dame Hounds sandwich a player from the Weyburn Lightstream Wings, during a midget...



WJH boys win gold at tourney

Members of the Weyburn Junior High A boys volleyball team won gold during a tournament, which they...




Recent News

EDITORIAL: Don’t let shooting defeat us as nation

Canada’s Parliamentarians, along with Canadians from coast to coast, were left...


Expressing feelings about local artists’ work

Grade 9 art students from the Weyburn Junior High think about what feelings are...


CP Eagles lose heartbreaker, YF Falcons head to city final

Minor football playoffs continues for the Crescent Point Energy peewee Eagles and the...


Getting iced in a sandwich

A pair of Notre Dame Hounds sandwich a player from the Weyburn Lightstream Wings,...


Fingerprinting at Q.E.

Brad Barlow, a member of the Latomia-Weyburn Freemason Lodge No. 20 in Weyburn, finger...


Haig School raises funds for Communithon

Leonard Borth helps his sons Christopher and Nicholas pour syrup onto their pancakes,...





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