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Steven Wilson

Weyburn Under Fire Ban

The City of Weyburn is officially under a fire ban. Fire chief Simon Almond announced that effective at 4:00 p.m. on August 15th, all open air fires are prohibited. Almond believes it’s for the best,... read more..

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Marna McManus

Fines Heavy for Operating a Business Without a License

If you are doing business, or even advertising a business, in Weyburn, you must be licensed by the City of Weyburn. “You do need to make an application if you’re doing any kind of business for financ... read more..

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Austin Arvay

SARCAN Celebrates 30 Years of Recycling

If you happened to swing by SARCAN yesterday afternoon, you might have enjoyed a free hamburger or hot dog. The recycling center was celebrating their 30th birthday in Saskatchewan, and in Weyburn as ... read more..

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Steven Wilson

No Rain on the Horizon

With the record-breaking heat wave Weyburn experienced over the weekend, many are hoping for some relief in the way of precipitation. According to Environment Canada, Weyburn hasn’t had a significant ... read more..

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Marna McManus

Heat High, Attendance Low for Wheat Festival

With the record-breaking heat on Saturday going up to 40.9 degrees, some were indoors, enjoying air conditioning, wondering to themselves if anyone was attending Weyburn’s annual Wheat Festival? In c... read more..

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Marna McManus

Project Delay for New Downtown Lights

The City of Weyburn might be ahead of schedule on the road work happening on Government Road with the water main and sewer line connection replacement, but the downtown light replacement project has b... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

New Reservoir Nears Completion

Work is nearing completion at the Weyburn Water Treatment Plant. Cement work for the new reservoir at the plant is now complete. "We are doing some earthwork around the reservoir and we will start bu... read more..

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Steven Wilson

RID Program Curbing Impaired Driving

Last Friday, the Weyburn Police Service responded to a complaint at an establishment in the city. As a result, there were two separate vehicle stops, with both of the drivers found to be impaired. The... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

Regina Company Awarded Paving Project on Government Road

A Regina-based company was awarded the tender for the milling and asphalt work to be done on Government Road during Weyburn City Council last night. The City received five bids for the work and ... read more..

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Steven Wilson

Nominations Open for 2019 Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Each year the Government of Saskatchewan recognizes outstanding citizens with the Order of Merit. The province aims to recognize any individuals who have helped make Saskatchewan a better place to liv... read more..

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Marna McManus

Town of Yellow Grass to Vote on Breed-Specific Legislation

The Town of Yellow Grass will read a proposed bylaw amendment at the town council meeting tonight on Breed-Specific Legislation for dogs. After an incident last month, when a 13-year-old boy was bitt... read more..

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Steven Wilson

Charges For Weyburn Man After Fatal Rollover in Manitoba

The RCMP have released the name of the man charged in the fatal rollover near Pipestone, Manitoba early Friday morning. The incident involved four men from the Weyburn area.  Police have ch... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

Heat Wave Breaking Records

It was a record-breaking day in Weyburn Saturday.  The temperature soared to 40.9 degrees, the hottest day recorded for August in Weyburn. It was also the hottest August 11 in rec... read more..

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Marna McManus

SARCAN to Celebrate 30 Years

SARCAN recycling centres across the province are celebrating 30 years on Tuesday. Executive Director Andria Brady is inviting everyone to join them outside of the Weyburn recycling centre for a barbe... read more..

Local News
Austin Arvay

Crops Around Weyburn Looking Strong

It has been a hot and dry summer for most of southeastern Saskatchewan, but that hasn’t impacted many yields in the area. Dale Paslawski farms near Cedoux, and thinks the start of harvesting is just ... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

Avoid Heat Stroke in People and Pets

Many people, young and old, are taking in the outdoor festivities at the Weyburn Wheat Festival this weekend, but the high heat can pose a threat. While young and old are most vulnerable to the heat,... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

Accident Involving Four Weyburn Men Kills One

Four local men were involved in a fatal accident that killed one man in Manitoba early Friday morning. The 23-year-old driver has been charged with impaired driving causing death. Virden, Manitoba RC... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

Southeast Posts Strong Employment Numbers

Southeast Saskatchewan continues to show signs of improvement when it comes to the job market. The unemployment rate is sitting at 4.4 percent in the region, according to Statistics Canada's... read more..

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Marna McManus

Southeast Leads at Outset of Harvest

Harvest is underway in the southeast, ahead of the rest of the province. “About three percent has been combined now and four percent has been swathed or is ready to straight cut,” said Allie Noble, C... read more..

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Marna McManus

VIDEO: Demolition in Full Effect at Former WJH

Sentimental residents of the community may wish to say their goodbyes to the building that once housed the former Weyburn Junior High School. Demolition of the old building is currently underway, hav... read more..

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Austin Arvay

Miracle Treat Day Aims to Help Sick Kids

There’s no better place for a refreshing cold snack today than at the Weyburn Dairy Queen. It’s the 16th Annual Miracle Treat Day that raises money for children's hospitals. Owner of the Weyburn Dair... read more..

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Marna McManus

Deadline Approaching for Salvation Army Back to School Applications

With back to school just around the corner, some parents in the community are struggling with how they will pay for the long list of school supplies for their kids. The deadline is fast approaching f... read more..

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Jennifer LaCharite

Stoughton Woman Faces Assault Charges

A Stoughton woman is facing several charges after an alleged attack on August 1. Jasmine McWhirter was in Weyburn Provincial Court Tuesday to face charges of assault against a man, resisting arrest, ... read more..

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Marna McManus

PHOTOS: Weyburn Therapeutic Animal Park is Open After Temporary Closure

Some Weyburn residents may have been wondering why the Weyburn Therapeutic Animal Park was closed temporarily earlier this week. It was for good reason, as Coconut the pig gave birth to eight piglets... read more..

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Marna McManus

Keeping Pets Cool During a Heat Wave

With temperatures expected to hit the mid to high thirties by the end of the week, pet owners have to try and beat the heat in more ways than one. Pam Arndt-Schick, President of the Humane Society, s... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

WPS Taking Part In Drug Drop Off Month

The Weyburn Police Service is participating in National Drug Drop Off month this year, the first time they have joined in the national effort. The program is nationally supported by the Canadian Asso... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Flux Lab Marking 10 Years in Southeast

If you see a dark SUV with Nova Scotia license plates in southeast Saskatchewan, chances are they are from St. Francis Xavier University working as part of the Flux Lab. David Risk, Ph. D. is the Alt... read more..

Local News
Jennifer LaCharite

Young Man Faces Trafficking Charges in "Significant Drug Operation"

A young man facing cocaine trafficking charges was in Weyburn Court Tuesday, involved in what the federal prosecutor called a significant drug operation. Eighteen-year-old Ethan Mitchell faces traffi... read more..

Local News
Marna McManus

Health Authority Advising on Symptoms of Heat Stroke

Southern Saskatchewan is experiencing seasonally high temperatures this week. A heat wave looms above, with the overnight lows not expected to reach low enough temperatures to allow for proper cooling... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Record Highs Possible By Weekend

“Temperatures are looking quite warm, and it’s not until Sunday that a front that’s moving through the area that temperatures will start to decrease.” John Paul Cragg with Environment Canada describi... read more..

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