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Religious Face Coverings

Religious face coverings have been a controversial issue in not only Canada, but worldwide as well.
Imprisoned in Mexico

Imprisoned in Mexico

We often view a vacation in Mexico as a short stay in paradise, a worry-free, fun-filled vacation but we often overlook the fact that while we may be in a tourist hot spot and feel relatively safe, we are still in a lower-income country where corrupt

Shockwave Youth locks in the New Year

The Shockwave Youth Centre, a non-profit organization that was formed to provide something entertaining and useful for the youth of Carlyle, started off the New Year with a lock-in. "Parents had to sign forms and then from 9 p.m.

From Where I Sit

The time has come

New Year 2012 in your favorite garden

Pause for Reflection

Cougar Corner

School Dance: The Student Council has a Much Music Dance booked for Friday, January 13, from 8:00 P.M. until 12:00AM. Doors are open from 8:00-9:00. Students from other schools must be invited by a G.F.

A new kind of currency

There's a move afoot in town to create a system of local currency.

Colts likely to have luck on their side

Sports wrap-up with Bruce Penton
Locals ready to compete at national championships

Locals ready to compete at national championships

There is something special about Paige Lawrence and Rudi Swiegers. There is no doubt about it. The dynamic duo are loved by local supporters, their coaches, the judges and all who take in their performances.

CWB lawsuit of interest to all farmers

Just when you thought the battle over the Canadian Wheat Board was finally over, along comes Regina lawyer Tony Merchant. The latest in this saga has seen the Merchant law group launch a $15.