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Family celebrates 100 year partnership with Hereford

Family celebrates 100 year partnership with Hereford

Partnerships of any kind can be a tricky thing, and this is exceptionally true for business partnerships. The changing demands of the market alone can often put strains on partnerships that can be enough to tear them asunder.

Mad about me

The first thing I felt after the impact was sheer, murderous rage at the driver responsible for what I knew was going to be a very expensive fender bender.

Arcola town council notes

Council meeting of July 21, 2010 Council approved the purchase of a 44" side mount brush mower to assist with the mowing of uneven locations. Bert Hale was appointed as the Town's representative to the Moose Mountain Health Care Corp board.

Crop report for period Aug. 10 to 6

Wet and cool weather has delayed harvest progress, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's weekly Crop Report. Less than one per cent of the crop has been combined.

A summer that test one's political beliefs

Whether one realizes it or not, the complex nature of most political issues tends to test one's political views.
Homespun Craft Show and Sale fast approaching

Homespun Craft Show and Sale fast approaching

Returning for its 24th year, the Homespun Craft Show and Sale is coming back to the Carlyle Sports Arena in mid-September.

First CEO of the physician recruitment agency of Saskatchewan hired

Health Minister Don McMorris today announced the hiring of Edward Mantler as Chief Executive Officer of the Saskatchewan Physician Recruitment Agency. His first order of the day: recruit and retain more physicians for Saskatchewan.
Stoughton Museum hosts 2nd annual dog show

Stoughton Museum hosts 2nd annual dog show

Stoughton Museum proudly hosted their Second Annual Dog Show on the evening of August 18th in front of the museum. Over 20 people enjoyed watching as the dogs were judged on Best Costume, Obediance, and Tricks.

As I See It

The recent and uninvited arrival of an entire shipload of ethnic Tamil Sri Lankans at the coast of British Columbia came as an expected shock for the Canadian government, who were aware of the ship's approach days before its arrival, and as a moral c

History book update

The Carlyle and District History Book Vol. II committee is getting ready to begin meeting again in the month of September, as the autumn activities begin to ramp up.