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New small engine repair business in Carlyle

A new business is up-and-running in Carlyle. Ron Thompson opened Legacy Small Engine Repair officially on Sept 1. "I've been working off and on out of my garage for about a year now, working on my personal things or fixing for friends, but Sept.
From Where I Sit

From Where I Sit

It may be in you to give, but....

Double standards

Double standards. Most people are fine with normal conversation but if you bring up this little gem suddenly they really don't want to talk much . . . in fact English is no longer their first language and you're not coming in very clearly . . .

From the Lions Den

Carlyle District Lions Club held two regular meetings in October and hosted the District Governor's team on October 23rd so it was a busy month.

UC Chimes

The weather is still holding out, not a snowflake in sight, but it is November so Christmas is a-coming and I hope the goose is getting fat.
Young talent impresses spectators

Young talent impresses spectators

Missoula's performance was a hit once again. With 50 students taking part in the production, the stage at Carlyle Elementary School was filled with talented individuals that stole the attention of a gymnasium of spectators.

Quick start to NHL season for Kings' goalie

It didn't take long for the Los Angeles Kings to settle on their No. 1 goalie for the 2011-12 National Hockey League season. In fact, it was Quick. In fact, it is Quick. Jonathan Quick, that is.

Pause for Reflection

cently I watched a Saskatchewan Arts Showcase where an entertainer was introducing a fellow performer to the audience. "He tries to keep me humble," he said. "He tells me, 'You don't suck.
Carlyle RCMP detachment welcomes two new Constables

Carlyle RCMP detachment welcomes two new Constables

Carlyle RCMP detachment welcomed two new Constables to their detachment in October. Both relatively new to the profession, Carlyle is the second posting for each of the Constables. Constable Alain Garceau is originally from Gatineau, Quebec.
Daniel Johnson - Green Party candidate for Cannington

Daniel Johnson - Green Party candidate for Cannington

Daniel Johnson has been quietly involved in many causes over the years, and most openly involved in the drug policy reform movement.
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