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CN proposed facility on hold

The proposed Canadian National (CN) crude transload facility that had been proposed for the town of Carlyle appears to be on hold for the time being.
Early bird gets the Arrogant Worms

Early bird gets the Arrogant Worms

If you're looking for a way to shake off some of those ol' winter blues, the Redvers Arts Centre has just the thing on the menu. On March 10th, at 7:30 p.m. the centre will be invaded by the musical comedy stylings of the Arrogant Worms.
"Appreciation is the key", says Lonechild

"Appreciation is the key", says Lonechild

In an area rife with artistically talented people, many names stand out. But one in particular has carved a niche for himself with his impressionist paintings and renderings that have made him widely recognized.

Summerfallowing the land

If you grew up on a farm previous to the 1980s the term summerfallow was as common to you as wheat. Every farmer factored summerfallow into the farm crop rotation, often 50 per cent of the land left fallow to 'rest' while the other half was cropped.

Pause for Reflection

God found it necessary to create mothers. It just wasn't working before they came along. Recently I came across a physical test for prospective mothers and fathers. For Women: Obtain a large beanbag chair and attach it to the front of your clothes.

Gordon F. Kells High School Cougar Corner

The two senior girl's curling teams consisting of Renae Faford, Kacey Valentine, Brooklyn Zacharias, Desirae Weber, Rachel Corrigan, Emily Klatt, Nicole Brown, and Nikita Meyer, played at the Division Bonspiel on Feb. 14 and 15.
Weekly RCMP report

Weekly RCMP report

Members responded to a call from a bar in Carlyle regarding an unruly patron. Members responded, and arrived in time to see a sober friend of the individual in question take them to a truck to drive them home. The case is considered closed.

Census not great for rural Sask.

For all the rejoicing over the latest population news emerging from the 2011 Census, the news wasn't all that great for a lot of rural Saskatchewan communities.
Packed house for Moose Mountain Ag Day

Packed house for Moose Mountain Ag Day

The annual Moose Mountain Ag Day turned into a roaring success for local producers. With more than 150 participants registering to take part in the event, the turnout was one of the largest the event had seen in recent memory.

Redvers & District Oil Showcase

The fourth Redvers & District Oil Showcase is just around the corner.